Famous celebrities reveal their fitness secrets

Dear ladies, whether you like exercise or not, but when you see those X bodies with slim stomach, bubble butts and toned legs on TV screens you find yourselves in awe. Well, we all accept these celebrities are a great inspiration that motivates most of the ladies to the gym or exercises at home.

But getting a desirable figure needs consistency, and a realistic approach. Sticking to a regular workout schedule is not easy, not even for celebrities or fitness freaks. Specially when you see your favorite “Aalu Paratha”, “Cheese Naan”, “Sizzling steak” and crispy burgers. This is where most of the ladies throw in the towel and give up on healthy food.

So what do you do to achieve that models-like physique or at least shed those tons of fats? Here are some of the secrets and advises by famous celebrities which may boost your motivation level.

1. Find a workout that makes you feel pretty.

“I like being trained by ballerinas, so I go to someone called Mary Helen Bowers in New York, and here I met someone called Andie Hecker about five years ago, and I’ve been training with her on and off for five years. She’s like the naughty ballerina. She’s great, and she’s in L.A. So when I’m here for longer, I try to see her. [When I’m not in town], I do the Ballet Beautiful videos.” — Phoebe Tonkin

2. Focus on mind over body

I work out not only to balance food but also to keep my mind focused. … It can be taking a walk outside, boxing, or going to dance. Anything physical has such a positive impact on people; the dopamine and serotonin that get released when you work out—afterward, you feel amazing.” — Shay Mitchell

3. If you can’t motivate yourself- pay someone to do it.

Cardio is the key. I have a personal trainer who travels with me if we have a big event coming up. I work out every day, but I need a trainer to motivate me.” — Rihanna, as told to Harper’s Bazaar

4. Switch up your fitness routine so you never get bored.

“I’m a vegan and I’m into Pilates and yoga. I do this diet called Ayurveda. … It’s really important to get outside and switch it up. Two days a week I try to work with a personal trainer.” — McKayla Maroney

5. Get excited about your workout playlist.

“I do a lot of things with little weights—like, I’ll put on a song that I really like and I’ll do [bicep curls with] five-pound weights for the duration of the song and just try to burn out.” — Beyoncé, as told to Harper’s Bazaar

6. Don’t force yourself to do anything.

“I hate cardio. I’d rather just stand there and lift some weights than run in place.” — Kendall Jenner

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