Trainer to the stars, Tracy Anderson has posted a 15-minute workout video on Gwyneth Paltrow‘s lifestyle website, Goop.
She has whipped Madonna, Victoria Beckham and of course Gwyneth Paltrow into shape. Not also forgetting she is Kim’s Kardashian’s trainer and has boasted to get Kim’s hot body back after her baby is born in June.
She also specializes in the removal of post-baby weight…she gained and lost 25kgs during her first pregnancy. It therefore seems wise to follow her workout expertise, as a woman and mother.
The 37-year-old fitness guru gives the following advice:
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- While running and cycling may burn calories, they do not design feminine muscles or get rid of an imbalance that may masquerade as a “problem area”—even on women who are genetically thin.
- Running a marathon is a real and measurable accomplishment, but if you’re looking to lean out and lose weight, training to complete 26.2 miles isn’t going to give you the physical results you crave.
- While bulkier muscle looks OK on women in their 20s and 30s, it doesn’t age well. The sooner you build a long, lean, and feminine arm, the more sustainable the results will be – and with no sacrifice in strength.
- “Work out six days a week, an hour a day for the rest of your life,” to remain in top shape.
- Performing repetitive movements in fitness (such as running) creates a distinctive imbalance in the muscular structure and causes the large muscles in the legs to charge up. To combat real problem areas, there needs to be enough content (routines and movements) to keep genetic weaknesses and imbalances awake, alert, and engaged.
- Be ‘smart’ about what you eat before training. Take something like 2 scoops of protein powder with half water and half coconut water, and you’ve got a win-win: Fat is broken down faster, and you can still go the distance to create real and lasting results during workouts.
In the 15-minute workout video, she shows how you can target those ‘problem areas’ which running could make worse.
She says in her method, the routines change every 10 days, and are customized to different body types and shapes. Not only does this require your brain to stay connected to your body, but it demands the participation of more of the small muscles, rather than just relying on – and charging up – the larger muscles, which can add bulk.
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