Julianne Moore’s Butt and Abs Workout

by Emily

in Celebrity Workouts, Exercises, Workout Routines

Julianne Moore's Butt and Abs Workout

This Friday, Julianne Moore’s new movie Chloe hits theaters. Chloe is a thriller about a married woman who hires a prostitute, played by Amanda Seyfried, to find out whether her husband is cheating. In real life, Julianne is a sexy, successful, 49-year-old celebrity with several Oscar nominations under her belt. She is a happily married mother of two, and with her hot body it is hard to imagine anyone ever cheating on her!

Julianne’s personal trainer, David Kirsch, created the workout to get Julianne ready for red-carpet appearances.  Check out Julianne’s butt and abs workout:

Get Your Heart Rate Up!

  • Combining cardio and strength training quickens weight loss.
  • Try to do 30 minutes of cardio three times a week and light weights twice a week.

Flatten Your Tummy

  • Lie faceup holding a stability ball with your arms extended over your head.
  • Raise arms and legs to meet over your abs and place the ball between your ankles.
  • Repeat movement, taking the ball into your hands.
  • Do 3 sets of 10, 3 times a week.

Get Buns of Steel

  • With feet wider than shoulder-width apart, bend knees past 90 degrees.
  • Stand and kick right leg to side at hip height.
  • Repeat on left.
  • Do 20 reps 3 times a week.

If you want even more butt boosting moves, check out Fitness Magazine’s All-Time Favorite Butt Moves:

The Bridge

Lie faceup on the floor, knees bent, hands at sides, abs engaged, and lift hips 4 to 6 inches. Lift hips 1 inch more while pressing into palms; hold for 3 seconds, then lower back to first lifted position. Do 15 times. Next, do the same move with right leg extended toward ceiling, squeezing through left glute. Do 20 to 30 small pulses; switch legs, repeat.

Modified Warrior Three

A. Stand with hands on hips, knees slightly bent. Hinge forward from the waist, bringing torso parallel to the floor while extending right leg behind you, foot flexed. B. Bring arms out to sides and slowly bend your left knee 4 inches, then straighten (don’t lock knee). Do 10 to 12 times; switch sides.

Side Squat

Stand with legs shoulder-width apart, with a 12- to 20-pound body bar on your shoulders. Squat down, taking a big step to the right with right foot. Hold for 5 counts, contracting glutes. Return to starting position, dragging your right foot back. Alternate sides for 20 reps.

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