Supermodel Kate Upton is known for her curves, but that doesn’t mean she doesn’t work hard to stay in camera-ready shape. Her trainers have spilled some of her diet and fitness secrets since she rocketed to the spotlight a few years ago through those famous Sports Illustrated covers. Let’s see what trainer David Kirsch had to say about working with Upton and how he keeps her looking fit:
No Big Change
“I made it very clear to her, I love her curves and I wasn’t going to do anything to [make her] skinnier,” Kirsch said. “It was about toning her legs, butt, abs, arms, and to really dial into the diet.”
His Big Focus
“Her abs, butt, legs, thighs, and arms. We did a lot of boxing, kickboxing, and stability ball work. We also did a lot of interval training, like wind sprints on the treadmill and outside. She wasn’t a huge fan of those, but it helps to get the overall body toned and it gets the metabolism up.”
“When she was in New York, I saw her every day, double sessions. She even did extra cardio on her own after the actual workout. It ended up being two to two and a half hours a day for four weeks. That’s a lot of Kirsch-ing.”
His Training Philosophy
“My training philosophy is sound mind, sound body. That is my No. 1 rule. That and follow my ABCs: no alcohol, bread or processed carbs.”
His Take On The Biggest Gym-Related Obstacles
“I think the biggest obstacle for most people is that they don’t think they have the time to work out. But if you follow my advice and do my express workouts, or break your exercise into 10- to 15-minute increments throughout the day, you’ll find that you have plenty of time to exercise in small doses.”
The Most Common Workout Mistake?
“People don’t subscribe to my mind-body philosophy of training; they’re not doing the correct exercise for their body type, or they’re distracted, socializing, using PDAs instead of focusing and visualizing.”
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