Arm Workout from Celebrity Trainer Teddy Bass

Tone up for tank top season with these moves from celeb trainer Teddy Bass

Cameron Diaz, known for her iconic roles in Hollywood, flaunts her stunning physique in her latest movie "What to Expect When You're Expecting". Playing the character of a celebrity fitness expert and personal trainer, Diaz steals the show with her impressive body transformation. Throughout the film, while showcasing her adorable pregnancy bump, it's hard not to notice her incredibly toned arms and shoulders. We got a chance to talk with Teddy Bass, Diaz's long-time personal trainer, who shared some insights on how she achieved this incredible fitness level. "Cameron has been consistent with her workouts and healthy lifestyle over the years, which has greatly contributed to her remarkable physique," Bass said. According to Bass, their workouts mainly focus on strength training blended with plyometrics for a cardio burst. They include exercises like plank pushups, triceps dips, bicep curls, and sprints on the treadmill. He added, "To build strength and muscle, limit cardio. However, if weight loss is your goal, then include more cardio sessions in between your strength training." Bass emphasized the importance of exercising for feeling good over merely looking good. He believes that exercise coupled with a proper diet releases endorphins, which can help you destress and enhance every aspect of your life. But he advises against comparing oneself to others and instead suggests using them as motivation. In the spirit of inspiring others, Bass divulged a sample of Diaz's arm workout routine.Check out the following: Diaz's Arm Workout Routine Requirements: Exercise mat, bench, 5-8 lb. dumbbells The workout includes intense strength training moves targeting biceps, triceps, shoulders, and more. Do 12 to 15 reps of each move maximum. If you can do more, increase the weight. Triceps Dips: Position yourself in front of a stable chair with your hands shoulder-width apart. Bend at your elbows and lower your upper body towards the floor until your arms form a 90-degree angle. Push yourself back up to the starting position. Dumbbell Kickbacks: Grab a dumbbell with your right hand and place your left knee and hand on a flat bench. Slowly extend your arm out, keeping your elbow in. Lower the dumbbell back to the starting position. Biceps Curls: Stand with feet hip-width apart. Hold dumbbells in front of your thighs, bend your arms curling the weights up towards your shoulders. Lower the weights slowly, maintaining a slight bend in the elbows. Rotating Biceps Curls: Sit toward the front of a bench holding dumbbells. Raise the dumbbell in one hand towards your shoulder, rotating your forearm. Lower the dumbbell by rotating your forearm again. Hammer Curls: Stand with feet hip-width apart holding medium-heavy dumbbells. Turn your palms facing each other and squeeze the biceps to curl the weights towards the shoulders. Lower the weights slowly, maintaining a slight bend in the elbows. Lateral-to-Front Dumbbell Raise: Stand holding dumbbells at sides. Keeping elbows slightly bent, raise arms out to sides to shoulder level. Bring weights in front of the body, arms extended. Return arms back to sides, then lower to start position. Reverse Fly: Stand with your feet hip-width apart holding dumbbells. Bend forward at the hips and let your arms hang straight down from your shoulders. Raise both arms out to the sides as you squeeze your shoulder blades together. Return to start. More information about Bass's ultimate butt-sculpting program can be found on his official website.

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