The Instagram account of the Brazilian supermodel can literally replace any fitness guides — Goulart regularly uploads videos of her trainings. Obviously, hard workouts pay off: her six-pack abs are visible to the naked eye.
Izabel trains every morning, combining different activities: gym for relief, running for endurance and pilates for flexibility. She doesn't have a personal coach and often uses the Nike+ Training Club app to create adaptive training programs for herself.
The model also prefers a balanced diet, including meat (chicken or turkey), vegetables and rice. Even chocolate is not on her blacklist.
J. Lo has been engaged in dancing since her childhood; that's why looking fit is her professional habit. She owes her sculpted body to hard work and partially to Tracy Anderson, the famous Hollywood fitness guru, who trains the star according to her "signature" method, which is also used by Madonna, Gwyneth Paltrow and Penelope Cruz. Lopez goes to the gym six times a week, practices for an hour and repeats each exercise 60-100 times.
Sometimes it's not easy to find motivation, Jennifer admits, but she has a life hack for such moments: she takes a shower, puts on sexy sportswear, applies light makeup and heads to the gym.
The star admits that she rarely drinks alcohol and coffee, has never smoked in her life and has completely ruled out sugar and salt from her diet because it affects the figure and the skin.
If you still do not have enough time for sports, take a look at Gisele. There are no excuses for her: she manages to work, relax, raise two children, engage in charity and maintain her perfect shape.
Several times a week the supermodel does boxing, yoga and kung fu. Her diet always includes vegetables and meat. The secret ingredient is chili: she adds it to almost every dish to stimulate her metabolism and stay slim.
The actress was a chubby child, and her mother jokingly called her an "ugly duckling." As Aniston later admitted, that's what motivated her to engage in sports and watch her waistline.
Now the 48-year-old star eats only healthy food and trains seven times a week: she does yoga with Mandy Ingber, the creator of the Yogalosophy program, pilates, stretching, running and performs situps every day before going to sleep.
At 44, after the birth of four children, Heidi still manages to keep the figure of a supermodel — it is the merit of good habits. Two or three times a week she runs and jumps with children on a trampoline. To motivate herself, she just imagines that bikini season is open all year-round, the model admits.
For those who think sports are boring, Heidi has a tip: Go to training with your best friend. According to the model, it is very important to set clear goals for yourself, for example, run 100 meters more each time.
Heidi tries to eat as much fresh vegetables and foods rich in protein. Every morning she prepares smoothies for the whole family and drinks a glass of milk in the evening.
According to the actress, beauty lies in health. This includes both physical and mental wellness: to look good and feel great, people must learn to relieve stress. In 2016, the actress even wrote a book "Pretty Happy" about her way of life and useful habits.
The star chooses activities according to her mood: cardio, pilates or intense yoga, but most of all Kate loves dancing. Kate does not eat meat and refrains from foods with gluten, opting for an alkaline diet — she eats a lot of fresh vegetables and fruits and drinks herbal teas.
Strength training equipment and dumbbells are not for Adriana — the model does not like "boring" workouts. She loves boxing and capoeira, a Brazilian martial art with elements of dance. According to the model, this is enough to stay in perfect shape.
However, her food preferences are stricter. Lima's daily diet is whole cereal porridge, fish, steamed chicken and vegetables. Instead of desserts, she chooses honey and 70 percent dark chocolate.