Top 5 Posts of March 2010

by Nate

in Celebrity Fitness, Fitness News

The Celebrity Workout - Top 5 Posts of March 2010

Each month we will release a list of our most popular posts on celebrity workouts and celebrity diets from the previous month. Here’s our list of favorite celebrity workouts and celebrity diets from March…be sure to leave a comment and let us know which one is your favorite.

5. Yvonne Strahovski and the Forza Workout

If you don’t know who Yvonne Strahovski is yet, you will soon enough.  Yvonne, who plays Sarah Walker, a kick-butt CIA agent, on Chuck, is one of Hollywood’s up and coming actresses.  Check out her video demonstration of the Forza Workout, a core workout based on Samurai swordsmanship.

4.  Human Target Mark Valley Workout Routine

Mark Valley of the hit new drama Human Target uses an intense circuit training routine that incorporates core moves into every exercise that has him in the best shape of his life at 45.

3.  Robert Pattinson’s Workout Plan

Lots of info in this post about Robert Pattinson’s preparation for his roles in Twilight: New Moon and his latest flick Remember Me. This workout will shred fat, build muscle, and have you looking as ripped as Twilight’s Edward.

2.  Jennifer Aniston’s Bikini Body Yoga Workout

It’s hard to believe that Jennifer Aniston is 41 and the more fit then she was when she was in her 20′s, but anyone that has seen her latest flick The Bounty Hunter will attest to the fact that she is clearly one of Hollywood’s most fit stars.  Read more about the Yoga poses she uses to keep her body toned.

1.  The Top 10 Fittest Celebrities You Don’t Know

Our must read post of the month includes info on the fittest celebs in Hollywood who are ready to break out in the near future.  If we haven’t already, we plan to do a feature post on each of these 10 celebrities in the near future.

Also, be sure to check out our best posts  on celebrity workouts and celebrity diets of January and February 2010.

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