These gorgeous, slim and trim top models reveal their favorite daily workouts
We can all pretty much agree that it's a model's job to stay in shape! For years, model's have been exercising their way to the catwalk, so when it comes to fitness tips, naturally they'd be the perfect mentors.
Let's face it, many of us are wondering what is it they do exactly when they're hitting the gym?! We know they we're blessed with incredible genes (obviously), but those bodies are definitely insanely sculpted and we want to know their secrets. Luckily, a few incredibly fit top models have revealed their favorite workouts to date and of course we're listening closely.
Take a look, and you'll soon discover runway models are actually a lot like us when it comes to working out.
1) Adriana Lima - Boxing
The Victoria Secret's model revealed why she loves this rough and tough sport and ironically, most of us can relate. The simple truth? She hates working out on machines! She boxes almost everyday and occasionally adds in a jumprope.
2) Caroline Trentini - Kickboxing
The Brazilian bombshell started kickboxing after giving birth to her son to keep her (virtually perfect) abs in tip-top shape.
3) Vanessa Axente - Bike riding
The Hungarian beauty says on days when she's not cycling she loves to engage in super intense dance sessions and badminton games on her Wii for exercise.
4) Joan Smalls - Cardio and body sculpting
After being diagnosed with scoliosis at a young age, Smalls began posture-enhancing workouts always focusing on quality over quantity.
5) Cameron Russell - Swimming
The all-American fashion model started swimming at the age of 3, taking after her iconic grandma who still competitively swims at 90-years-old. Russell says she loves how it lengthens and sculpts her body.
6) Karmen Pedaru - Tennis
The Estonian bombshell who ironically used to play on a national soccer team, now plays tennis daily at her local club in Rome.
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