Jordyn Woods
In this photo, Jordyn Woods attends 19th Annual Post-Golden Globes Party at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on Jan. 7, 2018 in Beverly Hills, California. Getty Images/Frazer Harrison

Model Jordyn Woods, who is also known as the best friend of “Life of Kylie” star Kylie Jenner, is sporting a leaner look these days.

Woods has taken a new and improved approach to health, and going to the gym has become part of her day-to-day life. Because of this, Woods told E! News that she has become the “happiest [she's] been in a long time.”

Woods admitted she became “addicted” to the gym. “I have a love-hate relationship with cardio... Weights, squats, I feel like it all plays an important role,” she shared.

For those who want to emulate her path, Woods gave the secret to her weight loss: consistency. “Just staying consistent and doing something everyday whether it's walking, jogging, squats, weights at home or going to the gym. I feel like a little bit of something every day is very helpful,” she said. “I look back to videos of me working out five months ago or two months ago and I'm like, ‘Wow!’ Because I do it everyday, so much has changed so fast.”

Since she has become a gym buff, Woods is even considering making her own line of gym clothes. “My workouts have inspired me to make an activewear line because it's so difficult to find supportive clothing and clothing that's cute and actually inspires you to get up,” she said. “By the end of this year, I’m going to have my own activewear line!”

Woods used to be described as a plus-size model - a description which she really hated. She told Obsessee, “Yes, I’m a ‘curve’ model, but to be completely honest, I feel like there should be no separate sections in fashion - there should just be one. If it fits, it fits, and if it doesn’t, it doesn’t.”

Woods stands up for individuality, and she encouraged people to embrace their differences even if it clashes with society’s perception of beauty. “No one else is me, no one else looks like me, has my body type, and I don’t look like them, so why would I try to fit in these standards and fit in this clothing?” she questioned.