7 Celebrity Fitness Books That Will Help You Get Back On Track
December 29, 2017
If there’s any time to transform your fitness routine, it’s now. The start of the new year brings a newfound motivation to get back on track, and what’s more inspiring than a few good words from your favorite celebs (or the people who train them)? From nutritional guidance and workout suggestions to learning how to love your body for all its natural strength, these celebrity fitness books bring advice that’s actually worth reading. Happy and healthy is just a page away.
This book, subtitled The Science of Aging, the Biology of Strength, and the Privilege of Time, is a personal and practical guide to aging gracefully. Diaz aims to help women make better-informed choices about their health by seeing past fast fads.
This book came about as an answer to tested research. As an exercise physiology researcher who had little time to exercise himself, Dr. Gibala employed the methods of HIIT and explains the science behind them here. He brings this book to you because, let’s face it, we all have one minute to spare.
This fitness book, subtitled Core Secrets from Hollywood’s #1 Trainer, promises to help you become your own personal trainer. Taking a page out of celebrities’ books, we’re turning to their beloved trainer for personal tips we can all use.
Khloe focuses on strengthening your body in order to strengthen your mind and heart in her fitness inspiration book. If you’re looking for some fitness philosophy to start your new year off strong, this is a great way to go. Need proof? Just check out her amazing body transformation.
A between-the-lines book of healthy ways to love your body, Hudson shares all of the ways she is constantly altering her routines to keep herself healthy and happy, including her tips on eating well and staying fit.
In her new book, the ballerina shares her own experience with eating, which focuses primarily on healthy fats, and exercise so that others can achieve similar strength.