Celeb train­ers tell all

Ever wanted abs like Kate, toned pins like J.LO or lean mus­cles like Hi­lary? Here, the pros re­spon­si­ble for keep­ing them in shape share their t tips for sculpt­ing the best rigs in the biz...

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TRACY AN­DER­SON A-list clients

Kate Hud­son (left), Gwyneth Pal­trow, Jen­nifer Lopez, Jen­nifer Anis­ton, Alessan­dra Am­bro­sio

Fit­ness motto

“[Get­ting ac­tive] is about you carving out your life­style and not fol­low­ing trends.”

Mak­ing them sweat!

For­get tak­ing it easy. Task-master Tracy de­mands her clients work out most days of the week! “I re­ally be­lieve in ex­er­cise ev­ery day,” Tracy, 42, says, ex­plain­ing that it should be­come as rou­tine as brush­ing your teeth. “If you want to be bikini ready, you’re look­ing at [work­ing out] an hour a day at four to six days min­i­mum.” Known for her Tracy An­der­son Method high-impact, dance-based car­dio workouts, this celeb trainer be­lieves it’s best to use light weights to tone the smaller mus­cles, and fo­cus on safe, tar­geted move­ments to produce long, lean mus­cles. And the re­sults don’t lie!

Food for thought

Un­like Gwyn, Tracy hates detoxes. “I don’t juice-cleanse,” she says, adding that if you eat healthy, un­pro­cessed foods you don’t need to count kilo­joules. For break­fast, she en­joys black cof­fee, fol­lowed by two smooth­ies through­out the morn­ing, then quinoa and chicken salad for lunch and sushi for din­ner. Oh, and you’d bet­ter be­lieve there’ll be choco­late af­ter!

‘Ev­ery­thing is fresh. There’s noth­ing pro­cessed,’ the work­out guru says of J.lo’s diet VS model Sara Sam­paio says, ‘I mix up my work­outs so I don’t get bored. I like to do a mix of run­ning, Pi­lates [and] work­ing out with a trainer...’

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