Have you ever wondered how your favorite celebrities stay fit? While it may be difficult sticking to a regular workout routine and healthy lifestyle, these female celebrities have found what works for them.
Here are 10 celebrities and their workout secrets.
This actress’ amazing dance skills and talent was showcased on the big screen when she starred in the hit movie Step Up.
“I love 45-minute power workouts,” she said. “I get in, do my thing, then I’m able to go pick up Everly from school.”
Dewan works with fitness trainer Jennifer Johnson, who creates cardio dance workouts that are fun and burn fat at the same time.
In addition to dancing, each session includes squats, resistance training and ab work.
Brie Larson was the first female superhero to obtain the lead-role in a Marvel movie. In order to prepare for that role, Larson adopted a brand new workout routine.
Larson was not much of a gym person before she began training for this film.
Some of Larson’s workouts include hip thrusts, medicine ball slams, weighted pushups, and single leg deadlifts. In addition, Larson loves to box and rock climb, as well.
Hudgens’ go-to workouts are yoga and spinning. While at SoulCycle, Hudgens sits front and center and rides with a purpose.
“I tend to ride for the teachers,” she said. “I’m such a performer. I love being in front because I’ll push myself harder and I’ll give the class energy too. So it’s a win-win.” She calls it her “therapy.”
In addition to SoulCycle, Hudgens also does Yoga and Pilates. Since she typically has a very busy schedule, she tries to attend three yoga classes a week.
This reality TV star loves to workout and shares her body-positive attitude on the show “Revenge Body.”
Khloe Kardashian loves doing SoulCycle, hot yoga and circuit training, as well as, running and boxing. She tries to mix up her cardio because it helps prevent boredom and increases your endurance.
Since Kardashian has a busy schedule, her fitness secret is always traveling with a jump rope, so that she can workout anywhere she goes.
This actress says that she exercises for her mental health.
Phillips’ workout of choice is LEKFit. A LEKFit workout is described as a, “dance-inspired fitness method that uses intervals of low impact, high intensity, fat burning cardio with muscle sculpting techniques.”
In addition to LEKFit, Phillips started playing tennis in April 2019.
Underwood has been working out with her trainer Erin Oprea for over 10 years. Underwood does not like to do the same routine every day, but she likes to switch it up.
“I want to listen to my body and do what I’m in the mood for,” she said. “On different days that means different things.” Underwood tends to lift weights and do less cardio in the winter, but in the summer, she likes to run.
Here are some of her go-to moves: jumping lunges, one-legged deadlifts, and jump roping.
This actress and film producer shines on the big screen and in the gym.
Garner works out with her fitness trainer, Simone De La Rue. When Garner is not preparing for a movie, she trains 4-5 days a week.
Her training sessions include a mix of dance-inspired cardio and strength training.
“We’ll do something that’s traditional strength training, and the next minute we’ll be dancing to build agility and core strength,” De La Rue says.
Lopez is a triple threat; actress, singer, and dancer.
JLo often switches up her workouts to keep things fresh and challenging. She is a big fan of HIIT workouts with planks, full-body weight training and ab workouts.
Lopez’s typical ab workout includes 50 hanging ab raises, 50 rope crunches and 50 incline sit ups with a 45-pound plate.
While working out, JLo focuses on three muscle groups she calls the Three B’s biceps, back and booty.
This famous supermodel is fierce in front of the camera and in the ring.
As a spokesperson for Reebok, Hadid stays in shape by boxing every day. “When you’re boxing, you get so into it mentally that you kind of forget what is going on, you forget that you’re working out,” she said. “You always want more.”
While Hadid loves boxing, she switches up her workout routine often. She also likes to do ballet-inspired workout routines and core-building workouts.
Kate Hudson is an actress, mom and co-founder of the active wear brand Fabletics.
For 20 years, Hudson had been working out with her fitness trainer, Nicole Stuart, with a focus on Pilates.
“I know I’m at my strongest when I’m doing my Pilates because it never gets easier,” she said. “The more you do Pilates the harder the things you can do become.”
In addition to Pilates, Hudson likes any kind of dance workout and yoga.