Reebok Easytone Ambassador model Miranda Kerr is visiting the German city of Munich to promote the Reebok EasyTone shoe at a press event, held on the roof of the Bayerisch Hof Hotel on April 17, 2012.
Miranda, who addressed the press, seated with a microphone in her hand so that all could hear easily as she spoke to the press, also treated attendees to a series of Yoga postures, clearly demonstrating her agility.
The Reebok ads featuring the 28-year-old Australian model, who also models for Victoria’s Secret ads, could also be viewed in 3D, as shot by fashion photographer Rankin.
As she clutched her 3D glasses on the roof of the German hotel where the press conference was being held, Miranda explained that she keeps in shape by eating healthily and working out, “no special secret.”
Though her secret is “with food, I am good 80% of the time and treat myself 20% of the time. I don’t believe in being too hard on yourself and we are here to enjoy life!”
Kerr also gives credit for her toned physique to her Reebok shoes, admitting that she works out, does Yoga and wears her EasyTone wherever she goes so that she knows that she’s “benefiting” her body as she goes about her daily routine.
Interestingly, last September, Reebok was ordered by the Federal Trade Commission to pay $25 million for using “deceptive advertising” and “junk science” to convince their prospective buyers that EasyTones and RunTone shoes “lead to 28% more strength and tone in the buttock muscles” and “11% more strength and tone in the calf muscles than regular walking shoes.”
But about the “buttock muscles, that photograph of Miranda Kerr in the white swimming suit infers that if you wear the shoe, you too will end up with a bulbous bottom (actually, it looks airbrushed).
That is a rather pronounced buttock, don’t you think? And in 3D, it must be even um, better… Enjoy the slide show…