The Best Celebrity Workouts

Celebrities have the best bodies in the world. Although they have very tight schedules with very little time for workouts, they still maintain unbelievable gorgeous bodies. The reason behind this is the fact that they have excellent personal trainers and personal chefs who watch over their diet and exercise program. Most of celebrity workouts are very short and not time-consuming so that these don’t get in the way of their busy schedules.

Quality and not Quantity

The most important factor of a workout is quality. This means that most celebrity workouts last a very short time from 30 minutes to 1 hour. The workout program is the most important part that ensures workout quality with optimum health and fat burning benefits. For example, most celebrities use interval training instead of the usual moderate pace cardiovascular exercise.

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Interval Training

Interval training is a common part of celebrity workouts. This is because it enables the person to have a high quality workout in a very short period of time. Interval training is basically alternating periods of high intensity (about 1-2 minutes) with periods of low intensity (about 2-3 minutes) or rest periods. This can be done while running or using any cardiovascular machine. The great thing about interval training is that it only takes 20-30 minutes instead of the usual 45-60 minutes of cardiovascular exercise.

According to studies, this also has very good cardiovascular health benefits. Also, it significantly boosts metabolism for several hours after the workout aside from burning a high number of calories during the workout. Jessica Biel is known as one of the sexiest female celebrities. She is also known to incorporate interval training in her exercise program.

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Conclusion

You don’t need 1-2 hours daily for exercise. You can incorporate celebrity workouts that only last around 30 minutes and still have the same benefits as working out for 1-2 hours. Next time you’re performing cardiovascular exercise, try an interval training workout. This will save precious time and have the same or even more benefits to a regular cardiovascular workout.

Rachel Barton

Rachel Barton specializes in style and beauty. She has 10 years of writing experience. She has done MA from the Oxford University. Her research is published and available in many journals. She is now a leading contributor of TBI writing on beauty trends.

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