Celebrities have it easy(ier)when it comes to training & working out. They have dedicated trainers, chefs, and a whole lot of equipment to help them perfect their bodies. As non-celebrities, we don’t necessarily have all these components to get that dream body because you know, life. We’ve rounded up the best fitness advice from some of the top trainers in the biz to have your training (and looking) like a celeb in no time! Check out your fave celebrity fitness advice below.
Get the Kim K Booty
Celeb trainer: David Kirsch
Celeb Clients: Supermodels Heidi Klum & Naomi Campbell
Dreaming of that curvy look that made the Kardashians famous? Look no further because this move is made for perfect glutes!
Stability ball Scissors:
- Lie facedown with your hips on a stability ball. Touch the floor with your hands and feet.
- Open-up your legs so it makes a V shape.
- Lift your feet from the floor, squeezing your glutes and tightening your stomach as you lift.
- Squeeze your legs together and hold for 10 seconds.
- Lower your feet till it touches the floor- remember to return to the V-shape.
- Repeat this for 10 to 15 reps.
Boost that Immune System
Celeb trainer: Teddy Bass
Celeb trainees: Cameron Diaz, Christina Applegate, and Lucy Liu
If you want to give your metabolism a kick start, start your day with a workout. This will help you start your day feeling refreshed, as well as eliminating the possibility of skipping your gym session after a difficult day. The more times you must convince yourself that you shouldn’t go to the gym, the less likely you will go! This will also help keep you energised and awake throughout the day and it’s also much better for you than those calorie-dense artisan coffees.
Don’t just stick with the Cardio
Celeb Trainer: Ramona Braganza
Celeb Clients: Halle Berry, Jessica Alba, Kate Beckinsale
If you want to drop a few kg’s and keep them off- don’t just focus on cardio or cardio-based HIIT. Try to incorporate strength training into your gym routine. This will help keep you from being skinny fat, which could make you feel depressed after all that effort in the gym. It’s important to remember that strength training won’t make you bulky as most people believe. It will help give you a definition, and if incorporated correctly, will help you achieve a curvy look.
Don’t be afraid of food
Celeb Trainer: Kathy Kaehler
Celeb Client: Jennifer Aniston
Fasting doesn’t really do anyone with serious weight loss or toning goals any favours. For weight loss, it’s generally advised to be in a calorie deficit of 500 calories (below your maintenance calories), but a substantial calorie cut below this will cause weight gain. If you cut too many calories out of your diet, your metabolism will slow down, which will lead to a binge eating session as you feel more deprived. Fuelling your muscles are vital for your training efforts to be sustainable.
A solution is to have smaller meals, frequently throughout the day. Sustain yourself by eating when you’re hungry- not when you’re bored!