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How celebs like Jennifer Aniston stay fit

#1/10: Jennifer Aniston
#1/10: Jennifer Aniston
To prep for the stripping scene in We’re the Millers, 44-year-old Aniston told Hollywood Access that she ate lean protein, green vegetables and kale. Also, she works out five to six times a week, including Pilates and Yoga.
#2/10: Stacy Keibler
#2/10: Stacy Keibler
The former professional wrestler told NewBeauty magazine that she keeps her legs looking great by scrubbing them with a body brush which removes dead skin and encourages improved circulation and cell rejuvenation. Keibler also adheres to a strict gluten-free diet.
#3/10: Carrie Underwood
#3/10: Carrie Underwood
Look at those legs! How did Carrie Underwood transform her body? She’s a vegan – so no meat or dairy for this girl – and she counts calories obsessively. She also engages in strenuous cardio treadmill and kickboxing workouts.
#4/10: Jennifer Lopez
#4/10: Jennifer Lopez
It’s reported that she keeps her body running on 1400 calories a day and rigorous Tracy Anderson workouts (apparently if we want to look like these celebs, we’d better hire Tracy Anderson!). It’s rumored that Lopez worked out three hours a day after her twins were born to get her body back.
#5/10: Courteney Cox
#5/10: Courteney Cox
Cox told zimbio.com that she combines Eat Right 4 Your Blood Type and the Atkins diet. She also combines weight training, cardio and “grueling” Tracy Anderson workouts.
#6/10: Jennifer Lawrence
#6/10: Jennifer Lawrence
When it comes to rigorous workouts, Lawrence told InStyle magazine, “Nothing can motivate me.” Now there’s an attitude most of us can relate to – if only most of us were blessed with genes that let us get away with it!
#7/10: Gwyneth Paltrow
#7/10: Gwyneth Paltrow
Gwyneth Paltrow and her trainer Tracy Anderson are launching the “Restart Project,” a web-series that profiles women who have experienced transformation through diet and exercise.
#9/10: Beyoncé
#9/10: Beyoncé
Beyoncé told Self magazine, "The truth is, it's a lot of sacrifice. It's more about your mental strength than physical strength. You have to push yourself. It doesn't matter what trainer you have. And it doesn't matter what program you're on. You have to be healthy and make the right choices."
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