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Cameron Diaz's Trainer Shares 7 Tips for an Insanely Fit Body

Getting a strong, sexy body—and keeping it up—is no easy feat. So we spoke with celebrity trainer Teddy Bass, who helped Cameron Diaz sculpt her crazy-amazing bod, about how to score a fit physique and a hefty dose of self-confidence while you're at it. Check out his genius advice, which you definitely don't have to be a celebrity to appreciate:

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Start Pumping Iron
One of the biggest misconceptions about getting into shape is that you need to use lighter weights and lots of reps to get a toned-looking body, says Bass. The truth is, you need to be doing muscle-building exercises that use heavy weights with fewer reps. Besides helping you get into great shape, lifting weights can also boost your endorphins, lower your blood sugar, relieve stress, and increase your bone density, says Bass. The trainer suggests hitting the weight room every other day (four days a week). 

Switch Up Your Arm Strengtheners
If you want to get seriously strong arms, Bass says it's important to vary the kinds of arm exercises you do and the weight you use—that's what he does with Cameron. "If you normally do 15 to 20 reps, try adding more weight and do 10," he says. 

Be Sure to Feel the Burn
Bass knows a thing or two about butts—he has a trademarked booty-sculpting program called Rock Bottom Body. And he says the biggest mistake women make when trying to work their glutes is not knowing how to contract their buns. If you don't really feel the burn in your glutes, it means you're not working the area as much as you should be (if at all), and so you're not getting the most out of the moves, he says. To solve this problem, Bass recommends getting into a bridge position and memorizing what it feels like when you contract your butt. Then, make sure you feel that same sensation during moves that work your bum, like squats. 

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Incorporate Efficient Workout Moves
The best way to get the most out of your workout without spending tons of time doing it is to sprinkle in some full-body exercises. Bass says his go-tos are plyometric moves like jump squats and burpees because they keep your heart rate up and utilize bigger muscle groups so you burn more calories. Win-win-win.

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Do a Confidence-Boosting Workout
Throwing upper back exercises into your routine—such as a bent-over row with dumbbells or sessions on the rowing machine—are a great confidence builder, says Bass. That's because these moves help pull your shoulders back and can even improve your posture. "It changes the way you present yourself," he says. And get this: Bass says that working out is a self-esteem enhancer in itself because it promotes a mind and body connection. "When you have a connection with your body, your inner glow comes out," he says.

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Don't Slack on Cardio
Just because you add a large dose of iron to your workout routine doesn't mean you should call it quits with cardio. Bass says heart-pumping workouts are just as important as strength training. If you're trying to lose weight, he recommends incorporating 20 to 45 minutes of cardio four or five days a week. If you're just trying to stay healthy, shoot for the same amount two or three times a week. Be sure to spice up your cardio regimen by changing up the machines you use and including sprint intervals to keep yourself from getting bored, he says. 

Get In The Zone
Our lives are full of distractions. Whether it's watching TV while making dinner or talking on the phone while commuting home from work, we're constantly sidetracked, says Bass. So during your workouts, he says to get off your phone and even resist the urge to turn on the TV (even if the Real Housewives of Orange County are calling to you). Instead, focus on being in the moment and giving your workout all you've got. Bass says you should consider this distraction-free time a gift to yourself.






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