By Zoe Cassell
MEET the blonde-bombshell female bricklayer working up a sweat both in and out of her overalls.
The hardworking hottie with washboard abs posts various photos to her Instagram page of her busting-a-gut at work, at the gym or getting all glammed up.
Lise-Marie Sommerstad (25) who lives on a farm with her boyfriend and two dogs in Andebu, Norway began her career in bricklaying four-years-ago.
“It’s dusty and heavy work but it’s a craft. Sometimes it feels more like art than anything else,” said Lise.
“I love driving through the city and seeing my work being someone’s home.”
Bricklaying Lise maintains her femininity with perfectly manicured nails that she keeps looking flawless, even while on the job.
“I have a healthy diet and do them myself about once a week. I have instantly strong nails,” she explained.
Lise loves working in a male-dominated job and says that she has fun with the lads at work.
“They are all very including. I think they enjoy the touch of a female colleague too.”
Working full-time in a manual labour job doesn’t put Lise off hitting the gym six times a week where she spends up to two-hours pumping iron.
“My body is often very tired after work. My body has already performed a heavy eight hours by the time I get to the gym,” Lise explained.
“My work is so heavy that you need to work out if you want to stay in your profession for years.
“A lot of heavy lifting is done easily if you need to use less of your total strength, and your joints are way better with firm support from your muscles.”
The gym-bunny says that working out helps her to relax and she uses other muscular women as inspiration to keep training.
“It’s simply my therapy. It’s so soothing to have those hours of me-time.”
Lise is also a board member for the Norwegian Centre Youth, which is the youth organisation of the Norwegian Centre Political Party.
“Most of my spare time is used on politics and in the gym. I have a very tight schedule.”
She uses her Instagram to share the things she loves with her followers.
“I think a lot of people outside of Norway think the combination of politics, muscle, bricklaying and a young blonde female is cool,” she added.