Nicole’s Workout and Diet Secrets
By Alya Alyssa Kattan
Don’t cha wish you had a body like this gorgeous ex pussy cat doll! This exotic beauty works out very hard to get her body to look like that. How hard? She is so committed that she rarely misses a workout and even works out while on vacation. Guess having to spend a lot of time in skimpy clothing is a good way to get motivated!
Her stay slim secrets are below.
To control her eating and avoid overeating, she snacks regularly. Her snacks of choice are apples and peanut butter or KashiGoLean Crunchy Chocolate Almond bars.
When she needs to slim down quickly, she avoids the late night munchies as well as cuts out carbohydrates, dairy, and salt from her diet.
Nicole works out with a personal trainer who has her doing lots of running, dancing, and some great exercises which target her entire lower body.
Get lean legs and a lifted booty workout
The following are a few of the exercises responsible for Nicole’s super toned lower body. Do the exercises 3 times a week. If you want to try the ex-dolls entire workout, check out Shape.com.
#1. The Froggy. Body parts worked: the butt and legs. Equipment needed: a balance ball. Reps: 12-15.
Lie facedown with your hips centered on a stability ball and hands on the ground in front of you, elbows slightly bent. Bend knees and press soles of feet together.
Lift legs until thighs are parallel to the ground. Lower legs and repeat.
#2. Lunge Chop. Body parts worked: butt, core, legs and arms. Equipment needed: medicine ball. Reps: 12-15.
Hold a kettlebell over right shoulder, left hand over right and elbows pointing forward. Stand with left foot in front of right, knees slightly bent and right heel lifted.
Bend knees deeper (until left thigh is parallel to the ground) as you rotate shoulders to the left and lower kettlebell to outside of left hip. Straighten legs as you raise kettlebell to starting position; repeat. Switch sides to complete set.
#3. Ball Slam. Body parts worked: the butt, core, and legs. Equipment needed: a medicine ball. Reps: 12-15.
Hold a weighted ball with both hands overhead and stand with feet wide, elbows and knees slightly bent.
Squat deep as you throw ball down on the ground in front of you. Pick up the ball, return to starting position, and repeat.
#4. Single Leg Step Squat. Body parts worked: butt, legs, and core. Equipment needed: none. Reps: 1-15.
Stand with feet staggered, right foot on a step behind you, and clasp hands in front of chest.
Bend knees. Push through left heel to rise up; repeat. Switch sides to complete set.