Celebrities Reveal Top Workout Tips That Help Them Stay in Shape

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It involved wall mountain climbers, alternating knee crosses, walk out and ins, walk planks, squat jumps, and more, and the best part of all was that she didn’t need any equipment, relying solely on a wall and her bodyweight to work out.

Gabrielle Union: Plyometric Workouts

Gabrielle Union first appeared in ’90s teen comedies like 10 Things I Hate About You, before going on to become a leading player in shows like Being Mary Jane. Unlike many of her celebrity colleagues, she doesn’t attend many fitness classes and doesn’t feel the need to have her own personal trainer most of the time.
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Instead, she does a lot of workouts on her own, at her own home. There, she indulges in everything from plyometric sessions to running, cycling, and Pilates too. She puts a lot of focus on working out her arms, of which she is very proud, calling them her “moneymakers.”

Maria Menounos: Pilates and Wrestling

Maria Menounos has done everything from being a TV personality and businesswoman to getting involved with professional wrestling as a WWE ambassador. With such an active lifestyle, she burns a lot of calories simply through her work, but also does plenty of gym work and exercise on the side.