In her most recent picture, the fitness trainer is seen taking a mirror selfie in front of a white wall. Savannah flaunted her fabulous figure in a black sports bra and thong underwear. She turned away from the camera, flaunting her perky derriere. She accessorized the look with white-and-silver tennis shoes. For the photo, the brunette bombshell styled her highlighted hair in a deep side part. She enhanced her natural beauty by wearing minimal makeup, an application that included subtle contour and glowing highlighter.
The following image, taken at a gym, shows Savannah sporting similar clothing while posing the same way. The main difference between the images is that her previous look was significantly less muscular. In addition, she opted for a full face of makeup and slicked back her hair in a ponytail for the second picture.
In the caption, Savannah emphasized the importance of taking progress pictures. She explained that, prior to snapping her recent mirror selfie, she was under the impression that her body looked relatively the same. The fitness model confided that she has gained approximately 20 pounds through vigorous training, and is rather impressed with the results. She proceeded to urge her female followers to not be afraid of gaining weight. She claimed that the best way to build muscle is to go on a caloric-surplus diet.
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‼️ IMPORTANT READ GIRLS???????? Made this selfie today and I was searching for an older picture with the same pose (swipe). Do you understand now how important it is to take progress pictures? I had the feeling for months now that I don’t really see any improvements in my physique even though I keep up with my workouts and keep progressive overloading my muscles. I’m a little impressed to be honest. (Doing a happy little dance ????????). Ok so we get that point right. BUT it’s time for many girls to accept the fact that in order to build muscle you need: ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 1. To be in a caloric surplus (most optimal) 2. Training frequency is important 3. Progressive overloading your muscles ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ I can’t enough emphasize the importance of eating in a caloric surplus if your goal is to gain mass. Especially when you have a quite low bodyfat percentage or are already advanced in fitness. I feel too many girls are afraid to gain fatmass but that’s where you can make the difference between gaining muscle with minimal fatmass or solely gaining fatmass. You can bulk and just live on fastfood all day and living your best life our being in a caloric surplus hitting your daily protein intake and choose for nutritious carbs & fats. A caloric surplus if done correctly like I explained will put you in an anabolic state, will provide you with lots of energy which will directly have an impact on your performance in the gym. You’ll gain strength so you’ll be able to lift more weights than before which means already you are progressive overloading your muscles. ???? My message to you is don’t be afraid to put on size, I can tell you the weight difference between those pictures is almost 10kg/20lbs but it’s not all fatmass as you can tell! Embrace both phases of the journey, eating more and gaining weight does NOT mean you are failing in your fitness journey!!! It means that you are building a better version of yourself and do all what it takes to get there. ???? #glutes #fitnessmotivation . ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ????For my online coaching programs go to my website: www.savannahprez.com
Many of Savannah’s fans stated that they appreciated her message in the comments section.
“Admire you so much, I’ve been inspired by your workouts, after 2 pregnancies it has not been easy, but seeing this progress of a beautiful female girl helps me not give up. [Thanks] for sharing this,” wrote a fan.
“I needed this today thank you!!!” chimed in a different commenter.
Some followers also took the time to compliment the stunner.
“Girl you are so perfect,” gushed an admirer.
“WOW such an amazing change!” said another Instagram user, adding a string of heart-eye emoji to the comment.
Savannah graciously replied to some of the comments, thanking her dedicated followers for their kind words.
The post appears to be a fan favorite, as it has been liked more than 13,000 times since having been uploaded.
This isn’t the first time that Savannah has posted content on Instagram in order to help her followers find the motivation to get in shape. Last month, the fitness coach uploaded a post-workout video wherein she showed off her washboard abs.