Celebrities Who Defied Unhealthy Lifestyle With Their Fitness Strategy
New Delhi: Part of being a celebrity is to always be in the public eye, and often be a role model to many followers. There is immense pressure to look a certain way, and more and more celebrities are showing us that the only way to look and feel great is to stay fit. In fact, it’s thanks to celebrities that we know about the latest diets and fitness trends.
We look at 5 celebrities who awed us with their weight loss, and find out what’s keeping them fit at the moment.
Parineeti Chopra we see today has come a long way from when she made her film debut. Not compromising on her food cravings, Parineeti Chopra followed a strict diet of simple food with a combination of physical activities like horse riding, yoga, swimming and practicing martial arts. The ‘Hasee Toh Phasee’ star balances out her ‘fatty’ foods by eating proportionately throughout the day.
The famous singer firmly believes that weight loss is 70% psychological and 30% physiological. For 11 months Adnan followed a strict low carb high protein diet and fat burning exercises. From weighing 200 kilos to now being fit at 70 kgs, the singer is very dedicated about doing at least an hour of cardio exercises every day.
From eating high calorie pizzas for reaching the 90 kg mark to losing 21 kgs in four months, Bhumi Pednekar stunned everyone with her weight loss journey. The ‘Dum Laga Ke Haisha’ actress vouches for home cooked meals and juices to shed those extra kilos. Her workout regime consisted of a morning walk, 15 minutes of cardio along with 40 minute of weight training.
English songwriter and singer, Ed Sheeran lost around 20 kg by working out just for 10 minutes. As per a report in UK daily, the 25-year-old said the key to fitness is to work out every day religiously dividing the 10-minute timezone in sprinting and jogging.
Critically-acclaimed actor Jonah Hills’ secret for weight loss is Japanese food with a lot of sushi. The comic actor stacked up on vegetables, fruits and low-fat dairy products in addition to running, sit-ups, and push-ups.