The TLC alum recently revealed that she's committing herself to her fitness as her husband spends the next two and a half years in prison

By Aurelie Corinthios
February 18, 2019 04:07 PM

Anfisa Nava has completely transformed her body.

The 90 Day Fiancé alum, who appeared on season 4 of the TLC docu-series, recently revealed that she’s committing herself to her fitness as her husband spends the next two and a half years in prison — and the hard work is certainly paying off.

Anfisa shared before-and-after photos of herself on Instagram to show off the impressive results.

“Swipe to see my transformation,” she captioned her post. “Which do you prefer — before or after? #fitness #bodytransformation #not10yearschallenge.”

Credit: Anfisa Nava/Instagram

In December, Anfisa addressed her husband Jorge Nava’s sentencing for the first time, admitting that it’s “been very hard” on her.

“It has been very hard on me because Jorge and I are not just husband and wife but we are truly best friends,” she wrote. “We used to share everything with each other and since we aren’t together physically now and only get to talk to each other once a day it feels like a big part of me was taken away.”

Anfisa said deciding to speak out about the emotional toll of his imprisonment was a difficult decision, as she’s not used to showing her softer side to the public.

“I don’t like to show my emotions to the public, especially if I believe that it will make me look weak and pathetic. It’s just the way I am — I’d rather be thought of as a ‘cold-hearted bitch than a ‘crybaby,’ ” she explained.

But now that she’s being forced to adjust to life on her own, Anfisa has turned her passion for exercise into a stress-reliever.

“To fill the void that I felt after Jorge was sentenced and I was left on my own I decided to try to stay busy and do what I enjoy the most and it was working out,” she wrote. “And ONE DAY I want to take it on a higher level and compete in NPC bikini division.”

Anfisa and Jorge Nava
| Credit: Courtesy TLC

Jorge was arrested last February after he was found with 293 lbs. of high-grade marijuana in his trunk of his car. He spent two days in jail before getting released and posting bail at $25,000.

In September, he was sentenced to two and a half years in prison after his lawyer was able to reduce his class two felony to a class four.