Tuesday, February 12, 2008

Fabulous Post-Pregnancy Bods!

Fabulous Post-Pregnancy Bods!


 



Ok. We might not all have personal trainers to help us
sculpt that post-baby body back into shape,
but atleast we can look to these ladies for inspiration!
Read up on some of their tips and tricks...
Get ready to be amazed!

Brought to you courtesy of Usmagazine.com!


 



Katie Holmes


"The actress bounced back from giving birth to daughter Suri on April 18, 2006 by running the NYC Marathon. "I have always loved to run," she has said. "It has helped me lose the extra baby weight." - usmagazine.com


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Trista Sutter


"The Bachelorette shed all 30 of her pregnancy pounds - from her July 26th birth to son Max - thanks to a 2,000-calorie-a-day diet and up to four-days-a-week workouts. "Every night before I go to bed, I do abs, pushups and tricep presses," she told Us. - usmagazine.com


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 Continued...




Nicole Richie


"Since giving birth to daughter Harlow on Jan. 11, Richie has lost an estimated 25 pounds. "Nicole is not doing anything extreme," assures manager Benny Medina." - usmagazine.com


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Jennifer Garner


"The Juno actress hit the treadmill and cut back on carbs to shed the baby weight from giving birth to daughter Violet in December 2005." - usmagazine.com


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Samantha Harris


"The Dancing with the Stars cohost lost her pregnancy pounds with exercise, yoga, and sculpting classes. "It took nine months for my body to get this way," she said of giving birth to daughter Josselyn in September. "It could take time to get it back." - usmagazine.com


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Keri Russell


"The 31-year-old actress stuck to pilates and exercise during her pregnancy. After giving birth to son River in June 2007, she took him for long walks around New York City to stay fit. "I love food, but I also love to work out," she has said. "I think it makes everything work better." - usmagazine.com


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Jaime Pressly


"The My Name is Earl star, 30, lost her pregnancy pounds - son Dezi James was born in May 2007 - by hitting the gym and eating a detox diet high in protein and low in carbs. "I started working out at the gym with my trainer 10 days after the birth - five days a week for two hours every day," she has said." - usmagazine.com


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Bridget Moynahan


"The actress, 36, went back to working out a month after giving birth to John Edward Thomas Moynahan in August 2006. She also maintained a diet free of white sugar." - usmagazine.com


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Kate Hudson


"The actress committed to three-hours-a-day of cycling, cross-training, and Pilates to lose 60 pounds after giving birth to son Ryder in January 2004. "I've never had to be dedicated like that," she said. "It was almost like a meditation retreat." - usmagazine.com


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Jennie Garth


"When I decided to do [Dancing with the Stars], I did Pilates three days a week and cardio twice. I hated it, but it helped. Once I started dancing, things changed faster than when I was just working out," the 35-year-old mom of three told Us." - usmagazine.com


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Christina Aguilera


"The singer made her first public appearance since welcoming son Max Liron in January at a DVD signing at a West Hollywood Best Buy in early February." - usmagazine.com


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Now, go on and rock that bod!!


xoxo,


pickles

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