Here's a workout that celebs do right before hitting the red carpet that changes your bod in just a few days. You can do it, too!
Tonight's the big night, and rumor has it that some stars (including Anne Hathaway )have been religiously working out and following a special red-carpet routine with famed trainer David Kirsch (who also trains "THE bod" Heidi Klum, BTW). Yes, even the seemingly perfect celebs put sweat and tears into their diligent workout sessions ... but, according to Kirsch, you can change your bod in just a few days: "I tell them, NO dairy, no wheat, no alcohol, no processed sugar or carbs. Period." David also mentioned that he's even doing 10 minute sessions with his celebrity clients, and working on specific areas they need to focus on: "I see results in 24 hours. Absolutely!" For nominated actress Anne Hathaway, who he's been training for a year, he created a special red-carpet workout that he then turned into a video series. It tones the butt, back, shoulders, abs, chest, triceps and stretches and sculpts the entire body in just 30 minutes a day.
Here are some of David's celebrity workout secrets:
Lie on right side with knees bent, right arm on the floor in front of you, left hand behind head. Crunch, lifting knees straight up and bringing left shoulder toward them; pause, lower and repeat. Do 15 times; switch sides
Anne Hathaway's Legs:
Plié toe squats
Stand with feet more than hip-width apart, toes turned slightly out, hands on hips. Squat, lifting heels off floor as you do so. Hold for five seconds. Return to standing, keeping heels lifted, then lower them back to the floor. Do 15 times.
Single-Leg Dead Lifts Stand with feet shoulder-width apart, hands on hips. Bend right knee slightly and lower your upper body toward the floor as you slowly lift left leg behind you with foot flexed; pause, then return to start. Do 15 times, switch legs and repeat.
Kim Raver's Back and Butt:
Push-ups to a t-stand
Get into a push-up position, bend elbows and lower chest toward floor; push back up and then rotate torso to the left, lifting left arm straight up toward the ceiling. Return to start and repeat, lifting right arm. Do 15 times each side.
Plank on a medicine ball
Get into a raised push-up position with hands on a medicine ball (or any hard, smallish ball); hold for 30 seconds or as long as you can, keeping abs pulled in tight and arms strong with shoulders squared, not hunched.
Be sure to catch all of our Golden Globe Red Carpet Coverage, including fashion smashes and sinners (of course!) during the show tonight.
Try the seven- day workout guaranteed to change your bod!