A fitness coach who helps women transform their bodies in as little as two weeks has revealed the daily diet that helps her maintain her enviable physique.
Chloe Ting worked as a corporate statistician before quitting the rat race to start a YouTube channel aged 29.
Five years later, she has 17.1million YouTube subscribers and a further 3million Instagram followers who watch her workout videos that cover tips for toning each part of the body.
In a recent clip, the 34-year-old Australian influencer - who runs the sixth most-watched channel in the country - showed viewers what she eats in a day.
While healthy, many of the meals feature fried food, proving there is no need to compromise on taste or the occasional treat to achieve your dream body.
Australian fitness star Chloe Ting (pictured) runs the country's sixth most-watched YouTube channel, with a mammoth following of 17.1million subscribers
For breakfast, Chloe whips up a pan of fried eggs, spinach and hash browns seasoned with salt, pepper and chilli.
'You've got to have a balance of carbs, fats and protein, and potato is a really great source of carbs,' she said.
For a mid-morning snack, Chloe eats patbingsu, a Korean shaved ice dessert made with chopped fruit - usually rock melon - and condensed milk.
'It's pretty low in calories and you get your fibre from the fruit,' she said.
Chloe Ting's day on a plate
Fried eggs, spinach and caramelised hash browns
Patbingsu (Korean shaved ice dessert with chopped fruit and condensed milk)
Zucchini fritters with chicken
Source: Chloe Ting via YouTube
For breakfast, Chloe whips up a pan of fried eggs and hash browns seasoned with salt, pepper and chilli (left), while dinner is usually a large bowl of tofu salad, with mixed vegetables like broccoli and capsicum (right)
Chloe's favourite lunch is zucchini fritters (pictured) with a lean protein like chicken
Chloe's favourite lunch is zucchini fritters with a lean protein like chicken, while dinner is usually a large bowl of tofu salad, with mixed vegetables such as broccoli and capsicum.
Her daily meal plan, which has racked up 868,950 views since it was uploaded online on November 23, has drawn widespread praise for promoting a balanced diet.
'The thing I love about Chloe is that when she talks about eating healthy, she doesn't shy away from things like potato and butter,' one woman replied.
For a mid-morning snack, Chloe eats patbingsu, a Korean shaved ice dessert made with chopped fruit - usually rock melon - and condensed milk (pictured)
Chloe's recipe vlog is a departure from her usual workout content.
She created the hashtag #ChloeTingChallenge to track the progress of those who try her exercises, with hundreds flaunting their transformations that begin in as little as two weeks.
Many complete 20 minute 'challenge' videos once a day to document their noticeably leaner abs and peachier glutes.
While some have complained about the 'difficulty' of Chloe's workouts, the vast majority say they get used to to the circuit style in a week.
Chloe's home workout videos have helped hundreds of women transform their bodies with two and three week challenges (one pictured)
'These are the results after the two week shred and summer shred challenges. Please remember that everyone progresses at a different rate and please don't compare yourself to another person. What's important is that you're being active and happy,' one woman wrote.
'I completed my two week challenge and managed to do every workout... and I'm so excited with my results,' added another.
Many have lost upwards of 20kg over the course of six months thanks to the rigorous training regime.
The glute workout, which is 15 minutes long, features a side plank abduction, leg circles, donkey pulses and fire hydrant kicks.
Chloe's home workout clips drew a huge audience at the height of the pandemic in Australia, when gyms and fitness studios were shuttered in a bid to slow the spread of coronavirus.
'I completed my two week challenge and managed to do every workout... and I'm so excited with my results,' said another (pictured two weeks apart)
Chloe's home workouts (pictured, the result of a two week transformation) drew a huge audience at the height of the pandemic in Australia, when gyms and fitness studios were shuttered in a bid to slow the spread of coronavirus
CHLOE TING'S AB WORKOUT:
Do each exercise for 30 seconds. Take a 10-second break after you have completed two exercises.
1. Leg Raise Clap
2. Reverse Crunches
3. Spiderman Plank
4. Crossbody Mountain Climber
5. Russian Twist
7. Plank with Hip Dips
8. Plank Jacks
10. Regular Crunch
11. Up and Down Plank
13. Heel Tap
14. Bicycle Crunch
15. Reverse Crunch Leg Extension
16. Straight Leg Crunch
The workout involves reverse crunches, a Spider-man plank, Russian twists, a plank with hip dips and an up and down plank. Pictured a bicycle crunch
Having joined YouTube five years ago at the age of 29, Chloe is eager to make her mark on the platform and is now the sixth most watched channel created by an Australian.
But Chloe makes it clear that she is not a registered personal trainer, a fact she addresses in the description box of every video.
'When following any of my videos please take precaution to exercise in a safe environment and I highly suggest seeing a health and fitness professional to give you advice on your exercise form and dietary needs,' she said.
'Every person is unique and there is no one size fits all solution to health or fitness. I am not a medical professional and your health and safety is the utmost importance.'
Many of the exercises she demonstrates are 'well-known' and therefore the majority of viewers will know how to perform them with correct form.