It is no secret that some of our favorite celebrities are in great fitness shape. The cream of the crop celebrities are taken care by private chefs and personal trainers so it’s no wonder they have envious bodies. The good news is that you can always follow their fitness regimes from your home. Celebs like Sofia Vergara, Gwyneth Paltrow and Kendall Jenner all have some remarkable programs you can follow to help you get in your desired shape.
J.Lo often trains with Health’s magazine fitness editor Tracy Anderson to maintain her admirable physique. To achieve a body like J.Lo’s, try a plank variation circuit six times a week, plus a full cardio body-burn for 30 to 60 minutes every day. You could start with a little boxing- five round of jabs, uppercuts and punches.
You can find all of Britney’s workout on her Instagram. She uses yoga, dance and targeted core exercise to stay in shape. Modified crunches in boat pose, knee to chest leg fits and handstands are some of her traditional go-to moves.
Gunnar Peterson helps Kendall Jenner to maintain her flawless looks. The model uses the Instant Abs Trainer app, which you can find on iTunes, for her core workouts. Furthermore, she uses quick ab exercises in her spare time.
“Sometimes when I’m watching TV I think to myself, ‘I should be doing crunches and sit-ups right now’,” she wrote on her app. “Then I get off the couch and do it.”
The star of Keeping Up With The Kardashians started doing some serious work out after giving birth, and fortunately she keeps track of it on social media. Pike-ups, bear crawls and interval sprints up steep hills are some of her trademark exercises.
A full-time gym fanatic, Khloe begins her training session with cardio workout. To target her core, she does one legged weighted dead lifts on an upside down Bosu ball or sit-ups using a medicine ball. She even adds an overhead press for her arms after every sit-up.
A true yoga-lover, Hilaria Baldwin relies on poses like the side angle, plank, chaturanga, and the tree pose to achieve balance and perfect core.
Anderson is Health’s fitness editor and trainer of famous celebrities such as J.Lo and Ellis Ross. Her exercises hit the ab muscles in all angles so you will get a ripped look. “It’s not just about the front of the abs, the rectus abdominis. You have to also get the obliques, the transverse abdominis—which acts as a girdle—and the lower back muscles working together.”
The famous actress admits that hip-thrusts helped her in toning her midsection after she gave birth.
To follow Fox’s footsteps, lie face up on the floor with your knees bent and place your heels on top of a bench. Keep your arms extended out to the side, then engage your abs and squeeze your glutes while slowly pressing your hips up toward the ceiling. Your body should form a diagonal line from knees to shoulders. Hold this position for a few moments, then lower back to your starting position. Do three sets of 20 reps.
Vergara’s go-to ab move requires zero equipment. Start by placing your feet hip width apart and bending to one side while stretching your oppposite arm over your body. Engage your ab muscles, then move your arm back and bend your opposite knee behind you, tapping your foot with your hand and extending your other arm over your head to stretch. Repeat this exercise 10 times on each side to achieve that much desired waist figure.
An interesting fact is that Maria admits she rarely goes to the gym. Instead, she relies on fitting core-blasters during her day. “I have this one little routine that anyone can get through,” she explained to Health in a previous interview. “Fifty sit-ups: 20 straight up and down, 10 to the side, 10 to the other side, another 10 straight up and down. If you do that every night, you’ll see results.”
The Dancing with the Stars judge is pretty serious when it comes to her fitness. The secret to her success is that she mixes mind-body activities such as hiking and yoga.
Hough worked with Tracy Anderson to get in shape for Grease: Live! She did the Jazz Split Plank lift to tone her legs, abs, and butt. You need to get in a side plank position and lift your hips and your leg off the ground. Furthermore, return to your resting position to complete one rep.
The star of Cat-Woman relies on one method that is super-effective called The Rocky. “It targets all of your abs—mid, low, and obliques—to lengthen your core, with beautiful definition,” Nat Bardonnet, Berry’s trainer told Health during an interview.
To do this move, start by lying face up on a bench, hands gripping it, with legs together and raised to 90 degrees so feet are up towards the ceiling. Use core strength to lift your butt off the bench. Slowly lower your butt down, followed by legs, bringing them to about a 30-degree angle. Be sure to keep your lower back pressed firmly into the bench. Raise legs up, returning to start, to complete one rep.
Carries is one singer who is truly possesses an all-over toned physique. Try a bird-dog plank if you want to get abs like Carrie’s. According to her trainer, Erin Oprea, you will feel this exercise diagonally through your core if you do it right.
Get into the top part of a pushup with feet wider than normal. With a flat back and engaged core, extend your right arm and left leg straight out so they’re parallel with the floor. Bring your right elbow and left leg in to meet, and then extend both back out. Do eight to 12 reps, and then switch sides.
We had to find out Lady Gaga’s workout plan after her trainer Harley Pasternak posted a photo of the “Bad Romance” singer rocking some serious abs. Her trainer recommends exercises that target the core: pike plank, dolphin extension, and Russian trunk twist.
“The key to getting great abs is not overdoing the front of the midsection, but rather focusing on the back of the midsection and the corset muscle that pulls the abs in,” he said to Health in a previous interview.
Paltrow’s health advice might be controversial, but even we have to admit that she has some hot abs. The star of Iron Man trains with Tracy Anderson, who created a circuit to activate your core muscles inspired by the actress.
Her abs only match her iconic posture and lifestyle. She gets help from trainer Tony Martinez to remain in great shape. To target her lower abs in particular, Jackson does cross-legged reverse crunches. To do this crunch variation, lie face up with your knees bent, feet flat on the floor, and palms facing down underneath you. Cross your right ankle over your left knee then lift your legs up and in towards your chest. Do 15 reps, then switch sides.