Courtesy Barry’s Bootcamp Miami Beach
Warning: July Fourth weekend ahead! That means burgers. And hot dogs. And probably chips. And maybe even beer.
But don’t fire up the grill just yet! First squeeze in this 20-minute workout designed by Derek DeGrazio, who trains Ellie Goulding and Adriana Lima at Barry’s Bootcamp Miami Beach when they’re in town.
So how that’s how she gets her six-pack!
Chicago Bulls player Jimmy Butler is known for his incredible athleticism on the basketball court, so it may come as a surprise that when he’s looking for a fitness challenge, he turns to Pilates.
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Chris Pratt is the first to admit he’s been both fat and fit.
“I can tell that people are motivated by my transformations, and that feels really good,” Pratt, 36, said in the July issue of Men’s Health. “But everyone should know when the movie-star stuff is over, I might go back to being the fat guy. My wife [Anna Faris] wants a pizza oven — she’s going to learn how to bake bread, and I’m going to eat it. I love the health benefits of exercising, and I have a kid now. By exercising, you really can add 20, 30 years to your life. But you gotta live too, so hopefully I’ll find a nice balance.” Read More
Harley Pasternak, a celebrity trainer and nutrition expert who’s worked with stars like Halle Berry, Robert Pattinson and Lady Gaga, hosted a Fitbit-sponsored workout event on Wall Street in honor of Fitbit going public on the New York Stock Exchange on Thursday, leading exercises from his new book, 5 Pounds.
For Nicole Scherzinger, healthy eating doesn’t mean giving up her favorite treats. “I don’t deprive myself of anything,” says the 36-year-old singer who can be seen on NBC’s I Can Do That. “I have everything in moderation.”