Jennifer Lopez, Gigi Hadid, Gwyneth Paltrow: 3 celebrity workouts you can do from home Jennifer Lopez, Gigi Hadid, Gwyneth Paltrow: 3 celebrity workouts you can do from home

Jennifer Lopez, Gigi Hadid, Gwyneth Paltrow: 3 celebrity workouts you can do from home

When it comes to exercising, everyone has their favorite method — including celebrities. Lucky for us, some of our favorite celebs follow training programs that you can easily do at home. 

Yoga, pilates, HIIT, or just running. Exercise is key for a healthy body and mind. We list three celebrity-approved training methods you can follow from the comfort of your home. 

1. Jennifer Lopez-HIIT

Fat Burning HIIT Cardio Workout - High Intensity Interval Training with Warm Up & Cool Down

JLo works with several personal trainers and often switches her workouts to keep things challenging. She’s reportedly a big fan of HIIT and weight training, according to Insider. Both of which you can easily do from home. HIIT training is fantastic for burning fat without slaving away at the gym, as it takes 10-15 minutes a day! Available for free on YouTube. We love Fitness Blender.

2. Gigi Hadid-boxing

Gigi Hadid’s Body-Sculpting Boxing Workout | Vogue

The supermodel knows a thing or two about staying in shape. Hadid told People that she enjoys boxing so much, she doesn’t feel it’s exercise. Boxing is a great cardio workout as well as general conditioning.

There are multiple fun boxing classes on YouTube, which you can do for free from the comfort of your living room.

3. Gwyneth Paltrow-The Tracy Anderson Method

Tracy Anderson’s 15-Minute Full-Body Workout | Goop

The Tracy Anderson Method is a combination of dance cardio and muscular structure classes—and a celebrity favorite. Gwyneth has previously said she’s a huge fan of the method and an investor in the company. The Tracy Anderson Method is available for purchase on her website, but if you can’t or don’t feel like investing just yet, you can try the free workouts available on Goop YouTube channel.

This article is not sponsored.

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