So, are you seeking Hollywood’s latest and greatest workout plan?
Well, here’s one that Kate Winslet is reported to use. This post from Nicole Nichols on http://www.sparkpeople.com/ highlights some of the activities she’s used and her philosophy behind them -- http://tinyurl.com/76jakz. Here’s another blogpost from http://www.thatsfit.com/ about how Micky Rourke bulked up for his role in “The Wrestler” -- http://tinyurl.com/c7vu9v.
By now, you’re probably thinking the latest “celebrity workout” fad is a little hokey. That may be true to a certain extent, but it’s also very healthy.
There is no doubt in my mind that Jane Fonda’s workout videos and Oprah Winfrey’s journey through marathon training made many Americans healthier based on a couple of simple premises. First, these celebrity health adventures produced quantifiable results. Secondly, the “star power” of these celebrities brought a heightened awareness to the importance of personal fitness.
While you might think the health trend you spot in your latest edition of People might be misleading, check it out. Perhaps there are parts of the latest celebrity health craze that make sense for you.
Speaking for myself, I HAD to check out the “300 Workout” that was made famous by the buff stars of the film “300” a few years ago. As I researched the workout, I found it wasn’t realistic to do the exercises as presented in the plan, but I did find some of the exercises useful and adopted them into some of my weight routines.
So don’t hold your nose when you read about what keeps Kate Winslet one of the country’s hottest movie celebrities!
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