The secrets behind Jessica Ennis' perfect body have been revealed by the people behind her success.
The Olympic motto 'faster, higher, stronger' had been exemplified by her every move over the two days of competition, and the girl they call 'The Flea' can jump so prodigiously above her own height - just 5ft 4in.
"She's not only the best athlete, but the best looked-after athlete of anyone in the GB athletic team," the Daily Mail quoted her coach Toni Minichiello as saying, the Daily Mail reported.
The result was visible in the Olympic Stadium on the night of her victory when she, the tiniest figure in the pack, turned into the finishing straight of the 800 metre race and sprinted past her taller, wider, heavier rivals to reach the finish line first.
To some it seemed mysterious that an athlete of such short stature, weighing little more than 9st, had the heft to leave the more obviously Amazonian competitors in her wake.
The experts of Team Jennis have revealed exclusively her training secrets and give their tips on how we mere mortals can learn from them.
Firstly, muscles - repetition is the key to strength, which is followed by the mind - praise yourself for the small victories.
The training - mix it up to maximise improvement, the power -warm up properly, and the rehab - regular massage eases the pain follow next.
The science - get in front of a mirror and the diet - don't deny yourself a treat round off the secrets behind Britain's best body.