Celebrities Reveal Top Workout Tips That Help Them Stay in Shape

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When she was preparing for I, Tonya, for example, she had to train four hours a day, five times a week, to build up enough muscle strength to successfully portray an Olympic athlete. She started most of her days with 100 sit-ups to improve her core strength.

Blake Lively: Personal Trainer

Like a lot of other stars and celebrities, Blake Lively can afford to have her own personal fitness trainer. She works with Don Saladino five to six times every single week, and Don prepares a range of intensive, engaging, full-body workouts for Blake to follow to push every single muscle in her body.
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Common moves in her exercise sessions include one leg deadlifts, push-ups, rows, and kettlebell swings, but if ever she has to miss a workout for one reason or another, she finds at least 10-15 minutes each day to work out on her elliptical.