Ahh, the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show — a wondrous parade of impossibly hard, crazy-lean underwear models with very elaborate wings! Is it just us, or does it seem like every year, the abs get tighter and the arms get skinnier? We have to say, it's difficult not to get the urge to get up and move after watching the results of what is clearly a year chock full of many, many difficult workouts for Adriana, Doutzen, and crew strutting down the catwalk.
So, perhaps it's no surprise that the dudes over at Time thought to themselves, "Hey, we want to look like that!" Or something. They called up Aerospace High Performance Center's Michael Olajide Jr., the man responsible for whipping many of the more high-profile Angels into fighting shape (and the author of a new book about the experience), and asked him to put them through the paces, supermodel-style. The results? They're just too good. Watch below.
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