6 Celebrity Workouts You Can Start Today

Although they aren’t always good examples, celebrities influence people and often convey their passion for certain activities. In this article, discover the celebrity workouts that you should start doing!
6 Celebrity Workouts You Can Start Today

Last update: 26 November, 2020

Celebrities always seem slim. However, the truth is, like anyone else, they must exercise to have a smoking body. In this article, you’ll discover several celebrity workouts you can include in your routine!

Public people watch their figures. Therefore, they implement workouts that often get people’s attention. Beyond aesthetics, exercise helps people stay healthy and energetic. Try the celebrity workouts we’ll share below today!

Celebrity workouts to get fit

1. Alexis Ren’s routine

Celebrity workouts tend to be short and intense, due to their lifestyle. However, that doesn’t mean they aren’t effective. On the contrary, they’re usually quite demanding and yield results in a short amount of time.

Alexis Ren is a model who suffered from eating disorders in 2016. Having suffered from these conditions made her change her habits and lead a healthy lifestyle, which allows her to stay in shape and keep her body in perfect condition.

Alexis Ren.
Image: Marca.

One of Alexis Ren’s most popular workouts is her ab routine. It’s easy to do, as you don’t need any type of equipment. All you have to do is the following workouts for thirty seconds:

  • Crunches.
  • Sit-ups touching your knees with your hands.
  • Sit-ups touching your heels.
  • Bike crunch.
  • Russian twist.
  • Scissor abs.
  • Leg raises.
  • Plank.
  • Mountain climber.

2. Captain America’s workouts: celebrity workouts

Chris Evans, the actor who brought Captain America to life, has a toned chest, arms, and abdomen. This isn’t something that comes naturally to superheroes. In fact, it’s the result of demanding training.

Chris Evans’ training is based on workouts with weights, push-ups, bench press, HIIT to define abs, and chin-ups, among others. If you want Captain America’s body, you must eat a high protein diet and do a lot of strength and weight exercises!

The bench press is one of the workouts the famous Captain America does the most.

Captain America.
Image: elintra.com.ar

3. Victoria’s Secret Angel

As you’ve probably seen on Victoria’s Secret Fashion shows, their models have amazing figures. Some people think that to be a model, you have to follow a strict diet. However, good nutrition and constant exercise is key to having a heavenly angel body.

Alessandra Ambrosio (cover image) is one of Victoria’s Secret models who’s shared the workouts she does to look amazing on the runway. Her secret is the Tracy Anderson method, which works out muscle groups and obviously yields good results.

4. Taylor Swift: celebrity workouts

Taylor Swift maintains a slim body that’s consistent with her height and build. In fact, it looks so natural that it doesn’t seem like she exercises a few days a week. If you’re looking for an option that will help you get the body you want without too much effort, Taylor’s workouts are the ones for you.

She mostly focuses on doing cardiovascular workouts, alternating them with a few intense days with HIIT, dancing, or spinning, and other less intense days with swimming, cycling, or jogging.

Taylor Swift does a lot of cardio to mantain her slim figure.

Taylor Swift.
Image: tennessean.com

5. Channing Tatum

Channing Tatum has dazzled us with his rocking body in movies such as Step Up, The Vow, and Magic Mike. His workouts to have a strong abdomen and arms and legs of steel focus on CrossFit and calisthenics:

  • Burpees.
  • Pull-ups.
  • Jumping jacks.
  • Squats (all types).
  • Deadlift.
  • Push-ups.
  • Skipping rope.
  • Overhead press.
Channing Tatum.
Image: as.com

6. Khloe Kardashian: celebrity workouts

The Kardashian family always has something to tell. This time, Khloe surprised everyone with her new passion: exercise. She emphasizes all the ways exercise can influence our lives, both to achieve goals and to feel good about ourselves.

The exercise that Khloe finds most effective is stair climbing, since it benefits many areas of the body, from the glutes and legs to the abdomen and hips.

Khloe Kardashian.
Image: US Weekly.

Celebrity workouts are exercises any normal person can do! If you want to have a body similar to any of these celebrities, it’s time you start doing these workouts to see results. You too can have a celebrity body!

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