Saturday, August 6, 2011

Best Summer Bodies 2011

Heather Morris, Actress

A mash-up of Pilates, boxing, and dance—called Piloxing—keeps this Glee star toned and stress-free. Each hour-long session burns 450 to 850 calories and boasts the added benefit of a mental release. Heather’s relationship with food is childish (in a good way). She tries to eat how her mother wanted her to when she was younger—for instance, never eating past 8 p.m.

When stress sneaks it’s way into your life, turn to at-home workouts for women—and not food—for a release

Julianne Hough, Dancer/Musician/Actress

This multitalented 22-year-old hates the gym and turns to celeb fitness trainer Tracy Anderson for total-body “dance-y” workouts. When on the road, she mixes up sessions with her trainer and P90X DVDs. After all of her hard work, Julianne does follow a strict diet. When dining out, her order generally looks like this: a mixed green salad with lemon (and without cheese), and salmon with mixed vegetables—no oil or salt. (Related: 400-Calorie restaurant meals)
Not sure what to order when you’re dining out? We make it easy with this healthy restaurant guide.

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Model

To get toned for her role in Transformers, this model-turned-actress had to step outside of her exercise comfort zone. Hiking, horseback riding, and running (in heels) were all incorporated into her workout to help build strength and balance for the film’s high-octane scenes. (More: 5 Workouts better than yours)
During her rigorous training period, Rosie started drinking protein-packed green shakes (fresh spinach, three stalks of celery, and three apples).
When stepping up your workout routine, take all the necessary steps to prevent injury. Your knees, shins, and feet will thank you.

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