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“As someone whose profession relies heavily on physical activity, I definitely felt extra pressure to get back to my pre-baby shape,” the 32-year-old tells Us Weekly.
“But the truth is, I don’t know a mom who doesn’t feel the pressure to bounce back after giving birth.” That’s why the athlete opened up about her struggle in a September 20 Instagram post, where she is pictured just one week postpartum. with the intention of putting it side by side with my future ‘skinny’ body after I lost all my baby weight ‘in just 4 weeks! And we are almost at a year, and I still haven’t reached my pre-baby body, and maybe never will.” And Torres, who is married to American Brazilian jujitsu practitioner Rener Gracie, is OK with that.
Dressing up a dummy to catch people out was simple, but seriously effective. Bubba Recently, we started selling a grappling dummy, nicknamed “Bubba Gracie” for dedicated Gracie University students who live in the middle of nowhere but can’t find a training partner.
When the first prototype dummy arrived at the Gracie Jiu-JItsu Academy, it looked so life-like that we had an idea for an ingenious prank.
– Rorion Gracie – The Grand Master – Ryron Gracie – 5th Degree Black Belt – Eve Torres – WWE Diva and GJJ Blue Belt – Mike Saffaie – Strongest Student at the Academy – Billy Graziadei – Guitarist from world famous band “Biohazard” – John Boyd – Black Belt Instructor, aka “Uncle John” – along with several other students, and friends of the Gracie Academy! Thanks for stopping by, make sure you check out some of our other stories, and keep Scrap Digest on your radar for regular content.
Based on Gracie Jiu-Jitsu techniques that have been tested and perfected for nearly a century, this course covers the most common and dangerous threats against women.
It covers both the psychological and physical aspects of self-defense, including, but not limited to, how to defend against someone trying to subdue you, pin you to the ground, control you with hair grabs, or use a weapon to carry out an assault.
’ (like they do in the magazines),” Torres shared in her caption. “I realized that the only ‘after’ picture that matters is a happy, healthy mommy with her happy, healthy baby,” the head instructor for the Gracie Women Empowered Self-Defense program wrote.
“Exercise (when your body is ready), eat for health, love yourself & your child, and let your body do whatever it’s meant to do after the amazing feat of creating a human.” Her moving post has received nearly 5,000 likes.