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The fitness model Jenny Mosienko is very famous in Ukraine and also loved online by the globe. The 28-year-old beauty has 1.3 million followers on Instagram and positive support from her fans. She has gained a huge success in her fitness modeling career and has been able to spread body positivity with the world. In one of the upcoming projects, she will be on the cover of Playboy magazine for Russia.
Jenny is very active on social media and loves connecting with her fans on a personal level. She loves to show off her hard work because she sees the results of it motivating people and inspiring people to follow the same path as her.
However, her life wasn’t always what she dreamt of and she too had an upbringing where she faced struggles. Jenny has taken the time to share with us the raw truth of her story, by having an exclusive interview with us.
Where did you grow up?
“I was born and raised in a village in Ukraine. I actually speak Russian, Ukrainian, and English.”
Who raised you?
“Sadly, but maybe also for the better, my parents didn’t raise me. I was very young when I was left with my elder sister and my paternal grandparents. My mother took my younger sister with her and went away to fix up her love life. Yes, such things do happen. When I was 8, my father left and never came back. Shortly afterward, my grandmother passed away. So we were staying with our Grandpa, who was already 77 at that time. He brought us up, raised, and educated us. He was like a father and a mother to me.”
Who did you see as a role model when growing up?
“My grandpa. But then a moment came when my Grandpa also passed away. I was 22 back then but I still felt like a helpless child because, in a blink of an eye, I lost my support, protection, confidence about the future. That was the biggest loss of my life. I thought I would never get over it.”
Did fitness help you therapeutically?
“I love training in the gym. This was my hobby since I was very young. For me, traveling is the best way to get away from everyday routines or difficulties and get inspired. It’s kind of therapy from being in bad moods and to relieve stress. It’s such a wonderful thing that you can see many places, different countries, amazing people and to witness the wonders of this world.”
Did you start doing fitness modeling from a young age?
“It all started in 2013 when I started practicing powerlifting professionally and was participating actively in competitions. After half a year of training, I reached a norm in my category and was qualified as a Candidate Master of Sports. After another half a year, I was about to defend for the qualification of a Master of Sports. After that, I quit that kind of sports and moved to another one – fitness and figure competition, which became a reason for me to try becoming a fitness model.”
If you could change anything about this world, what would it be?
“No more poverty and child hunger. There is such an imbalance in this world, that more and more people are suffering every day in different countries. We are living in the year 2020 and there are still no changes. It is really sad to see and I try to help as much as I can.”
What advice can you give to someone who would be visiting Ukraine?
“You should most definitely try Ukrainian food. We have a great cuisine that isn’t as famous as other cuisines, but you will instantly fall in love with it. You should definitely try borscht, chicken Kiev, Deruni, and Varenyky. You should most definitely do some sightseeing and stay at the capital Kyiv, the stunning seacoast city Odesa and for the soul of Ukraine, Lviv. Ukraine is generally safe to visit, especially for tourists too. However, we still do have some troubled areas which are usually in the southeast part of the country and away from the capital. ”
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