Celebrity Training: A Look into how the Celebs Work Out
1 June 2016
Deciding on the right workout routine is always tricky - after all, we all have different bodies and different objectives for them.
Some of us want to lose weight, others are interested in bulking up, while still more people are simply confused by it all and just want to achieve good general health and fitness.
Then, there's the small, but intriguing matter of how the celebrities work out. Again, different stars take different approaches, but it's instructive nonetheless to learn more of their secrets. Here are just a few of the stars whose workout methods catch our eye.
The gorgeous Britain’s Got Talent judge loves to juice along-side her workouts and recently attended Prestige Boot Camp’s Juicing and Boot Camp Retreat in Portugal, for a cleanse in the lead up to the Britain’s Got Talent finals.
Amanda captioned her Instagram post: ‘Beautiful day for a quick burn #bootcamp @staff_r_prestige_boot_camp #portugal #sunshine,'
Amanda enjoyed freshly made juices, smoothies, herbal teas and delicious soup served in the evening and took part in a variety of different work outs Prestige Boot Camp offer including; boot camps, yoga and hiking.
The 1989 star recently featured in an Apple Music advert in which she - or perhaps more accurately, her stunt double - was shown flying off a treadmill. Despite such travails, the Pennsylvania native clearly isn't intimidated by them - according to WebMD, she spends an hour on one each day while on the road touring.
She says: "For me, running is about blasting a whole bunch of new songs and running to the beat. It's also good because it makes me find a gym wherever I am," the country ace was quoted as saying.
The 2011 Marvel flick Thor represented a particular challenge to the man playing the eponymous character, Chris Hemsworth - how do you build a physique that does justice to the Asgardian god of thunder's superhuman capabilities?
"In the comic strip Thor looks to be around 500lb (227kg), so obviously that wasn't my goal," the Australian reflected. "But it was very important for me to look the part and be as powerful and as strong as I could while still maintaining that element of agility."
In his efforts to get into a shape more befitting a deity than a mere mortal, the Rush star had a regime split into two parts: "The first was a bodybuilder-type protocol focused on high-weight, low-rep moves designed to pack on maximum size, while the second was total-body circuits designed to shift his excess fat while maintaining muscle."
See how you can follow in their footsteps…
From singer Sam Fox and singer-songwriter Rumer to TV presenter Chloe Madeley and ex-Formula One driver Derek Warwick, there's no shortage of famous admirers of our own fitness boot camps here at Prestige Boot Camp. There are many reasons for that, but the simplest is that they work!
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