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Adrienne Koleszár

Adrienne KoleszárAdrienne Koleszár, born May 9th, 1984 in Germany is a German police officer in the Dresden-Süd district as well as a fitness advocate. The 33-year-old and has more than 490,000 followers on Instagram and over 100,000 followers on Facebook.

She began training in the gym when she was 17 years old. She took part in the qualifiers for the World Cup of Bodybuilding -Bikini Class in 2015, and has won other bodybuilding competitions.

Her motivational fitness posts on Instagram and Facebook are targeted at encouraging women to live more healthy lifestyles. She takes her work with the police very seriously:

"Being a police officer is more than wearing a uniform, publishing funny videos in police cars or posing with guns. I'm on active duty - which means I work in shifts, full time - no excuses. And I can't just do whatever I want. I have to bear the responsibility for all of my actions. The most important thing for me is to be doing a good and honest job, always looking forward and helping people no matter what happens. Be careful with prejudices, social media isn't real life!"

As a police officer she is committed to addressing domestic violence cases, public brawls and road accidents in the city of Dresden.

When she's not in her police uniform Koleszár has another pursuit that occupies a large amount of her time. One that has collected over a half million followers on social media.

Her dedication to fitness has turned this German Police Officer into the sexiest cop in the world.

Adrienne Koleszár"I've been practicing with weights at the gym for fourteen years now. Back in April of 2014 I decided on a total change-over of my nutrition and started to eat 'clean'".

Obviously she did it with success, because the physical transformation she went through is nothing short of spectacular. After several people asked if she could imagine herself joining a competition, she dealt a bit more with the question of bodybuilding.

In the images published on Facebook and Instagram, Adrienne shows her gym workouts and talks about participating in several bodybulding competitions.

At 1 meter and 73 centimeters in height Adrienne only weighs 64 kilograms. She goes to the gym five times a week and trains with a 170 kilogram tool.

However, she explains that the real turning point in her life occurred in 2014 when she decided to follow a strict diet made of genuine and balanced food.

On her Facebook page, she writes about not feeling perfect, but that the cause of her physical condition is due from 30% constant physical activity and 70% is from excellent nutrition.

Her favorite dish is the porridge of proteins, which are egg whites and oatmeal.

Adrienne Koleszár"This kind of power – explains Adrienne – helps me keep the body toned. Every woman wants to have a hard ass."

"At my first competition (Internationaler Hessischer Newcomer Pokal Butzbach) I was able to rake in even two cups. I wasn't just victoriuos in my class - I also won the complete competition including all female classes."

"My hope is to motivate others with my page and my story while helping them to reach their own sports goals."

"It would be awesome if you would accompany me on my way and let me share my further successes with you. In the future you can expect more and more on this page.

The ones who give me a "like" will get tips and information about fitness, nutrition and lifestyle regular basis."

"Sometimes I have to handle situations that no one would want to happen. I'm human and I am not perfect. But I very much love my life."

"My superiors have no problem with the photos on social networks, just as long as they do not exceed the limits of decency. I would like these images to inspire women to work on their body and not men."

At the time she was 27 years old, after years of doubt and uncertainty, she had breast enlargements in the summer of 2011 after deciding it was something she only did for herself. Would she do that again? - "Yeah", she said.

Adrienne KoleszárRight after her 30th birthday, a tumor was found in her right chest. It was benign but large and initially very painful.

What she had to experience in 2014 as a result of this, has made her much more of what she is today.

"Only illness or force majeure could keep me away from the gym. I'm far from being at my final goal. Building your body naturally takes time."

October 25, 2014 International Newcomer Cup Butzbach win and overall Champion
November 22, 2014 International Niedersachsencup Salzgitter win and overall Champion
November 29, 2014 German Championships Bochum German Vice Champion 

Koleszár has always had a passion for fitness and with the encouragement of her family, she began training in the gym at age 14, when her parents signed her first gym contract for her.

She entered the gym with a strong desire to lose fat around her legs and butt, so she only focused on these areas when training in the gym.

But during these early years, she saw that she wasn't making any improvements to her body. Even though she was training hard everyday, she soon came to the conclusion that spot reduction was not possible.

Adrienne KoleszárShe knew she had to change her plan or fail to realize her ambition – to possess the lean physique she wanted. 

This motivated her to change her diet and train even harder, so it was in her late twenties when she started to plan her diet.

With her busy lifestyle as a full-time police officer, she began updating her Instagram profile with photos of her lifestyle and body. It didn't take much time before she was noticed by the public.

By 2016, Koleszár she found herself at the center of attention on social media. She had been noticed worldwide, and had gained a mass of likes and followers on Instagram and Facebook.

"I am more enlightened - and much more confident than I was before."

Koleszár works her entire body in the gym five days a week and cycles for 40 minutes to maintain her lean physique.

Unlike other athletes, she doesn't believe in having a rest day every week – she is constantly training unless she is ill or on police duty.

She enjoys training legs twice a week, but makes sure to target muscle groups on her body equally. Her favorite exercise is the hip-thrust.

Koleszár possesses a healthy respect for proper nutrition and is careful to plan and weigh her meals everyday. In order to stay within her calorie target range and macros, she enjoys cooking fresh meals whenever she has enough time away from her job.

Adrienne KoleszárKoleszár insists on eating potato instead of rice, and unlike other athletes, she has always included plenty of carbohydrates in her diet - she eats more than the average bikini and fitness athlete – 2500 calories per day to sustain her while working and in training everyday.

As for her nutritional supplements Koleszár takes:

Whey Protein
BCAA
Multivitamins
Zinc
Magnesium
Creatine

Koleszár looks up to other bikini and fitness athletes, naming other women such as Xenia Mennich, Ashley Kaltwasser and fellow fitness star, Michelle Lewin as her main inspiration and influences.

Koleszár may have started training from as early as the age of fourteen, but she admits that she finally got it right in her late twenties.

What can be learned from Adrienne Kolaszar is to be determined to succeed, and to see anything through until you are closer to your goal.

Adrienne KoleszárAn important lesson to be learned from this Bikini and Fitness Athlete is that there is always time to fit in any activity which helps you to get to your goal.

With a full-time job she still manages to fit in daily gym sessions and follow a diet plan around her busy lifestyle as a police officer.

Koleszár is not afraid to show others her journey or of any criticism she recieves. She regularly updates her social media with photos of herself, regardless of any criticism that might be directed at her.

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