06/06/15 by Rennie Detore
Do you ever wonder how celebrities stay in such good shape all the time?
You may tell yourself it has to do with money, personal trainers and the ability to work out for hours on end throughout the entire day. While most of those play into it, food still is the same, and there is no substitute for hard work in the grand scheme of your health, well being and staying in shape.
Granted, you may never look like "The Rock," Dwayne Johnson, but that doesn't mean you can't increase your quality of life or look and feel better if you pay attention to what they do and pick up up at least a few bits and pieces of their regimen.
For instance, make it a point to look at some of those fitness articles about some of the more beautiful and fit persons in Hollywood, and what is a common theme. Pick up on those and relay that information into your mental database and follow in their footsteps.
They all mention diet, if you look closely. They'll tell you that they spend a lot of time making good eating decisions. Again, they may all have person chefs at home, ready to prepare the perfect Paleo meal plan or keep Atkins in mind, but at the end of the day the general public still can eliminate fatty foods, limit carbohydrates and increase the amount of proteins, fruits and vegetables they consume.
And enough with the eating healthy is too expensive; the last time anyone bothered to price check an apple, it still was about 50 cents.
Another key component of celebrity success in terms of weight loss and healthy living is simply making time to work out. Now, that doesn't mean you have to do what they do, and that is typically work out with a high priced trainer for 3 to 4 hours per day. That's insanity and not realistic.
But have you ever thought about waking up an hour early before work to hit the gym or perhaps even joining one that is conveniently on the way home from your house. Make it a point to pack that gym back the night before and put it in your car that night, so there's no excuses that you forgot it at home.
You have to set realistic expectations. You're not Kate Hudson or Brad Pitt. You don't have the time or money to do what they do exercise wise but that doesn't mean you can't at least learn something from them en route to achieving your own person fitness goals.
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