Now that the holidays are finally over, it’s high time to burn all the fried chicken and lasagna we’ve eaten from earlier this year.
Summer is fast approaching which means we have to ready ourselves for the ultimate summer bod. This is also applicable to those who wrote on top of their New Year’s resolution list that they want to get back in shape.
But for those who have yet to find the guts and the will to keep moving and be fit, just learn a thing or two about celebrities who show that not even hectic schedule and demanding work can make them stop from maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Without further fuss, here are some tips from A-listers that we can totally keep in mind:
When it comes to moving and be active, it doesn’t matter if you don’t have money for a gym membership fee or moolah to buy exercise equipment. What’s important is that you do your best to keep moving – the key to being fit.
As for actress Jenna Dewan, who was catapulted to stardom for playing Nora Clark opposite former husband Channing Tatum in the 2006 film “Step Up,” her love for dancing is a big help.
She is a natural dancer having learned ballet when she was only 5, mostly the time when we can’t even follow instructions.
She underlined how ballet is crucial to her and referred to dance as her first true love. Indeed, grooving doesn’t only make you sweat and burn the calories, it also somewhat uplifts your spirit.
Dewan made her own name in the industry first as a backup dancer for Janet Jackson and then she later on worked with some of the biggest names in the industry like Christina Aguilera, Pink, and Missy Elliott.
Since her “High School Musical Days,” we’ve never seen Vanessa Hudgens let herself go, instead, we noticed her blossoming to a beautiful, more versatile actress that she is now. What’s her secret?
Well, aside from the evolution of her laudable and impressive talent that comes au naturel, yoga may have had a hand on why she had been looking calmer and yet more radiant more than ever.
The 30-year-old has always been a vocal devotee of yoga, but in an interview, she explained that she was here for it not just for the advantages it brings on her physique, but also for what it does to her mental health. Hudgens said it is a nice way to check within your self and to relax.
Chadwick Boseman had to resort to something that he can adhere to in order to get to the shape needed for his work – specifically, when he played the titular superhero in the 2018 box-office hit “Black Panther.”
As training for his character, he needed to make changes in his usual diet and workout. On top of this, he learned martial arts, which may be credited to awesome fight scenes that were not computer-generated. In some ways, the physical ability gives internal strength, he said.
If there’s one celebrity that we can all relate to, it’s “Big Bang Theory” star Kaley Cuoco, who has been vocal about her love for food. She said that she is now into tofu and vegetables, but despite this, she also has cheat days.
There are times when she would have pizza or soda, but she makes sure she eats moderately. If there’s one thing the blonde actress taught us, it is to appreciate the little things and not over-restrict ourselves.
The “American Idol” alum shocked the world when she revealed that she had suffered a broken wrist and a facial injury after a hard fall on the stairs of her house.
Carrie Underwood said that she had about 40 to 50 stitches on her face and although she didn’t give her fans a glimpse of what it looked like, we can just imagine how it must have been for her.
However, the country singer is one to prove that what happened won’t stop her from doing what she needs to do. So instead of being a couch potato, she focused on fitness moves that don’t put pressure on her wrist.