NASCAR driver Danica Patrick has said she needs to demonstrate the “simply happy things” throughout her life on her web-based social networking records, and her Instagram account mirrors that.
There one is much more prone to discover photographs of her beau Ricky Stenhouse Jr., her companions, exercises, yoga represents, her kitchen and tests of her innovative cooking abilities than pictures that may oblige no-nonsense hustling fans.
This week, Patrick may have strayed a bit from the unadulterated euphoria topic with an attachment on Instagram for her new book,”Pretty Intense,” due out in December. Still, the book, which guarantees “a 90-day program to shape your body, quiet your psyche, and accomplish your most prominent objectives,” dovetails pleasantly with her different posts.
On the cover, Patrick, 35, shows up in a dark two-piece equip that – appropriately for a book concentrated on wellness and objectives – demonstrates her very much conditioned physical make-up.
While most of the comments on the Instagram post were positive, apparently some people – also not sticking with the pure joy motif – managed to let Patrick know that they thought the photo for the book cover has been heavily retouched to present a misleading image of her muscle tone.
Patrick responded to that negative feedback by posting “the raw image” of the photo that was used for the book cover.