A lot of celebrities will drop a lot of weight so quickly that it is unbelievable. Some will look like a million dollars just weeks after having babies, while “normal” women have to work on their bodies for months and months before they can be restored.
Well, it turns out that all the celebrities we see and even envy at times, have secrets as to how theyget in shape and stay in shape. We did kind of guess that since they typically have the money to hire personal chefs and trainers, that may have something to do with them accomplishing what sometimes seems like impossible goals. Celebrity trainer Ramona Braganza shares the secrets of celebrities below:
Tell people you’re trying to lose weight.
“Many people think that trying to slim down is something they should keep private, so they rely on their willpower alone to stick to a program—and willpower only gets them so far! Jessica Alba, a client of mine who has taken on several roles that required her to be in skimpy clothing, sticks to a daily training schedule with the help of family members and friends, often including them in her workouts or healthy eating plan. But you don’t need to get cast in a movie: Declare your goal by posting in REDBOOK’s online community, where you can connect with other women who are dealing with the same temptations—like couch time or cake—and staying on track.”
Give yourself weeks, not days, to see results.
“Fact: It’s always better to train moderately than try to do it all in a hurry, which is a recipe for burning out and giving up. Remember Jessica Biel’s fit-for-fighting body in the movie Blade? Well, she came to me a full two months before she started filming, so she didn’t need to crash-diet at the end or overtrain. Sound sane? That’s the idea, and the key to not quitting.”