The always fit ‘n fabulous Jennifer Aniston shares her wellness secrets in November’s Health magazine. Her trick: “I try to do something, even if it’s just twenty minutes a day, just to get my body sweating and blood pumping. It makes for a good day full of energy.”
Simple enough! Yet stars like Jennifer know how to maximize their workout time – thanks to their army of experts. Let’s face it: these lucky gals have access to the latest, greatest ways to take care of themselves.
Now, so do you! Health Magazine tracked down 30 of the stars’ favorite workout tools, beauty regimens, and more! The magazine’s editors shared a few of those secrets with Healthy Hollywood. Here are five ways Hollywood insiders maximize their fitness routine – and look their best while doing it!
1. On-the-go toner:
Jennifer Garner and Kim Raver enhance their lower body with exercises, like lunges and squats, with their secret portable weapon – the Valslide. This fitness tool is a slippery foot- pad, which is designed for a flowing range of motion that helps to lift your butt and slim your thighs. ($29.99; Valslide.com)
2. Eco-Sports Bra:
Kate Hudson is a big fan of the Kalyx sports bra. This stylish, form-fitting tank is made from recycled water bottles. So, it’s eco-friendly and your ‘breast’ friend! ($44.00; GoKalyx.com)
3. Curve-hugging leggings:
When Reese Witherspoon takes a run, she likes to wear Nike Pro Combat Core Women’s Tight Capris. ($35;Nike.com). These pants have a flat seam construction to minimize chafing and are compression-tight, so they flatter your curves.
4. Shock absorbing sneaks:
Rosario Dawson laces up Reebok’s ZigTech sneakers to go for a jog. These running shoes help absorb shock and ease your muscles’ stress to help lessen fatigue, allowing you to run faster and longer. ($99.99; Reebok.com)
5. Toning Boots:
Jessica Alba is already a fan of FitFlops sandals, which supposedly tone your backside while you walk. Now, they’re getting a winter makeover and coming out with a line of FitFlop boots. There’s a range of different styles. No need to put those toning shoes on ice for the winter. (FitFlop.com)
For more healthy living tips, check out www.health.com.
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