A model has shared her gruelling ‘sex diet’ routine that she swears by for fitness purposes – having sex for three hours a day, at least three times a week.
Lari Sumpani, who is currently competing in the Miss BumBum competition, says getting freaky in the sack helps her burn calories and she has an extensive “contact” book of men for when she travels.
And, along with losing weight, Lari also reports an increase in her physical stamina and self-esteem.
The 24-year-old, who has 241,000 followers on Instagram (@sumpanivip), is more than happy to share her secrets.
“As I travel a lot, I have a fixed contact in each state,” the 24-year-old, who is originally from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, told Nude PR.
“The [men] love it, they always tell me this is the best diet I’ve ever been on.
“It attracts, everyone wants to participate and help me.
“And as a consequence, my day-to-day and work performance also improved a lot.
“I feel hot and consequently my self-esteem increases and my psychology gets much better.”
Having tried the diets for three months now, Lari has no intention of stopping, particularly with the Miss BumBum competition in full swing.
She claims that, thanks to the diet, her butt is firmer, more upright and has a prettier shape – which she hopes will guarantee her the win.
Lari said: “I decided to adopt this diet after researching alternative forms of exercise and noticing that sex, in addition to being pleasurable, could be a physical activity that would contribute to my preparation for Miss Butt [Miss BumBum].
“My body fat percentage dropped from 27% to 18%.
“In early June I was 63[kg] and now I’m 60[kg], when I started I weighed 67[kg].
“My fitness is getting better and better.”
Lari also shared her new diet on Instagram, racking up 14,000 likes on her post, as well as raising some eyebrows.
“It’s certainly working, beautiful, wonderful,” added Bernadro.
“Amazing sis,” said one fan.
“Congratulations on your commitment and result, Lari,” said someone else.
“You managed to improve the impossible right friend,” said another fan.
Another user added: “Perfect.”
The controversial beauty pageant, created in 2011, has received its fair share of criticism after receiving £1.2 million of public funding at a time of economic crisis in the country.
The winner is due to be crowned later this year with the first phase of the competition kicking off on 30 June, seeing 27 candidates vying for a place in the final 15.