celebrity diet + shape up tips

5 Tricks Celebrities Swear By To Reduce Belly Bloat for Big Events

Whenever there’s a major event approaching, it is natural to dream of looking your absolute best. And with the Oscars having just occurred, you can bet last week saw our Hollywood hotties pulling out all the stops to look lean and sexy for the big night. Next time you have an event approaching, try out these celebrities tricks to look leaner and feel lighter. 1. Cut out vegetables, like broccoli and cauliflower. These veggies, while packed with fiber and other health benefits, can cause gases to build up in your abdomen. Cut them from your diet in the days leading […]

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Bradley Cooper ate 6,000 Calories per day to BUFF UP for his role

To prep for his role as Navy SEAL sniper Chris Kyle in the blockbuster movie American Sniper, Bradley Cooper took his physical transformation very seriously! Packing on 40 pounds of muscle, Cooper tells Men’s Health he consumed an insane 6,000 calories a day — and had to be force-fed! — while getting into character. “I had to get to the point where I believed I was him,” Cooper, 40, told the fitness magazine. “At 185 pounds, it would’ve been a joke….Chris wasn’t ripped. He wasn’t sinewy. He was just a bear.” Cooper’s pre-production journey wasn’t all Twinkies and Oreos, either. In […]

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#modelseatcookies . . . WHAT?!

Up + Coming SuperModel TAYLOR M.  – on location in MEXICO shooting for top fashion magazine ANDREA. Munching on her PUSH PROTEIN PEANUT BUTTER COOKIE.   “I ABSOLUTELY LOVE these peanut butter cookies – OMG they are SOOO GOOD!  I definitely snack on them while I’m on location all day long.  Of course they’re so good I want to eat like 20 at once lol, but I use them to keep my abs looking good + photoshoot ready.  The protein 26 shakes are amazing too – can’t live without my butterfinger 🙂  THANKS!!”  

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BUFF UP like BATMAN – What did Ben REALLY do?

To BUILD HIMSELF into the IDEAL BATMAN PHYSIQUE, Ben Affleck really had to focus on both his PHYSICAL TRAINING + DIET.   He needed to create an overall athletic physique, not just big muscles.  Filming for the role was also physically challenging, which meant Ben had to have excellent cardio endurance to make it thru all those strenuous stunt scenes and long days on set.  The training program he used was a high intensity, full body workout that got him ripped just in time for the start of the film shooting.  He did a lot of cardio training mixed in with his […]

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