Miranda Kerr Workout!
How do you become one of the most desirable women in the world, well her friends would probably say the Miranda Kerr Workout Routine has something to do with it. She’s known for being the first Australian woman to be selected as a Victoria’s Secret Angel and offered a contract to model in their campaign.
But what you may not know is that if you want to workout like Miranda Kerr it starts with her way of thinking. She very much advocates for a more holistic and clean way of living and it makes sense considering she did study nutrition and health psychology while in college. And just last year she released her own line of organic skin, body and hair care products called KORA. Which is just another example of her commitment too this style of living that emphasizes the “less is better” belief.
When asked about her future pursuits, she said “my goal involves a hammock, a vegetable patch, and a solar-powered house. And I hope to eventually get there.” For her this lifestyle isn’t just a desire but something that she is actively living out now and you can see this simpler approach to life carrying over from her previous exercise routine, from a few years ago, too this current celebrity workout that she’s doing today.
Up until most recently, a Miranda Kerr workout plan consisted of more traditional methods with a workout routine designed by celebrity trainer Justin Gelbrand. His workout regiment for Kerr was as follows:
- Frequency: 3 to 4 times a week
- Duration: 1 hour and 15 minutes every time ( 30 minutes on legs, 30 minutes focusing on her core and arms, 15 minutes for stretching)
- Running: 2 to 3 miles ( once to twice a week)
- Circuit Classes: Utilized all the different body parts with some use of very light free weights for more resistance. ( All free weight movements done for 15 reps at 2 to 3 sets)
Gelbrand’s philosophy with this type of exercise plan, considering he’s well known for getting supermodels into great shape, was to offer plenty of variety infused in to the workouts with a emphasis on the butt, hips and thighs. Areas of the body that trouble models the most.
Now fast forward to current day and you’ll see that a Miranda Kerr exercise routine of today has very little resemblance too the type of workouts she was doing just a few years ago. First insert a new trainer by the name of Andie Hecker.
Andie Hecker who is innovating the world of fitness, in her own right, with her company Ballet Bodies is a former New York City Ballet Dancer. What she has done, successfully if I may add, is to integrate Ballet and Pilates with Personal Training to create a type of Hybrid Workout that aims to sculpt and accentuate the long, lean and graceful looks associated with dancers and models.
These types of ballet infused pilates moves can be just as intense as any traditional exercise, as well as, participants are able to burn anywhere from 300 to 500 calories per session which is also great. And similar to traditional workouts this program also makes use of several fitness apparatuses, called the Reformer and Cadillac. These two fitness machines are designed to help you really extend and stretch the muscles by mimicking a dancer’s precision while maintaining form and line as the main focus.
This type of ballet inspired workout boast quick, dramatic and long lasting results. And the other great thing about this hybrid workout is that you can do many of the moves at home, without the equipment. All you need is a pair of comfortable dumbbell weights, the use of a chair or counter top for balance and you can duplicate much of Miranda’s work out without having to leave the house or spend much money.