Hollywood’s Hottest Bodies
This mother of two and Sin City actress regularly joins trainer Yumi Lee to exhaust those arms with the WOD (workout of the day) at the Reebok CrossFit Lab in Los Angeles.
The reason this Golden Globe winner looks great from behind? Pull-ups, according to wellness coach A.J. Johnson, who often pushes Emily to do as many as four sets of 20 reps!
Pilates keeps the Twilight star in shape. “We also do weight and yoga moves,” says her teacher, Risa Sheppard. A fave delt-definer: dolphin pose to forearm plank.
The actress credits longtime trainer Harley Pasternak with helping to sculpt her lower body. They alternate bursts of cardio and thigh-targeting exercises to burn mega calories while toning up.
After shaking what her mama gave her on last season’s Dancing With the Stars, this TV host keeps her glutes in gear by hiking and doing basic strength-training moves like rear leg raises.
These hardworking muscles power your legs, so the stronger they are, the longer you’ll be able to run, dance, and [insert your favourite workout here] before tiring out. They also increase the sexy factor of stilettos and skirts. Your calf comprises the gastrocnemius muscle, which originates at the femur, and the soleus, which attaches at the top of your fibula and tibia; together they connect at the top of your Achilles to help point your foot. You can strengthen your calves with targeted exercises like standing raises, but be sure to do stretches and use a foam roller too: Tight calves (a common side effect of wearing high heels) can exacerbate shin splints and lead to Achilles tendonitis, plantar fasciitis, or a tear.
You Ate It? Negate It!
No, you don’t have to work off every morsel you eat. But before you indulge, consider how much effort it would take to cancel out the calories.
1 LINDT EASTER BUNNY = 540 CALORIES
45 MINUTES SWIMMING