–Por Paulina García– Halle Berry de 51 años, es una de las actrices de Hollywood que cuenta con el cuerpo más envidiable y el secreto de ese cuerpo es su rutina de ejercicio.
Aunque no lo creas la actriz practica artes marciales como boxeo, kick boxing, Muay Thai además realiza ejercicios de fuerza y resistencia según reveló su entrenador personal.
Berry también lleva una dieta bastante estricta, libre de azucares ya que desde los 19 años le diagnosticaron diabetes.
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Here we go….it’s #FitnessFriday. Let’s talk about our attitude! I know many people who have started their journey to better health and fitness with great enthusiasm. Sadly, after a few short weeks or even a few months they unfortunately QUIT! They felt defeated because they couldn’t master the exercises fast enough or didn’t see results as soon as they would have liked and they gave up. Whether a new workout, a new eating plan or an attempt to do yoga or meditation, we have become a society addicted to the quick fix and we want results before we even start to get good 😂 I totally understand that feeling. Finding the energy to continue when you see little results is tough and can be very discouraging. However, I’m here to tell you, I too have wanted the “quick fix” and felt like quitting because I couldn’t master an exercise fast enough. I’ve been #boxing a lot lately and when Peter told me I had to jump rope I thought it was going to be easy. We all skipped rope as kids, right? Well, wrong! Not this kind of skipping. The kind where you do 200 to 500 skips without stopping. The kind where you throw in a few tricks and keep on skipping until sweat is dripping off your body. That’s the kind I’m talking about. The first time I had to do consecutive skips without stopping I thought I was gonna die! However, I worked at it until I finally got it. I’m still no Ali with the rope, but this experience reminded me that just when you want to quit because you can’t do something easily or you see no real change, that is when real change is about to occur. This is the most important time to stick with it. I say this to you because I say it to myself every day. I encourage you to not give up and STICK WITH IT! Today on my IG Stories I share a little bit of my rope skipping and another exercise that also tried to defeat me a while back, the lunge jump. It’s good for your legs and butt and offers great cardio as well. Try 20-30 jump lunges for 3-5 sets. If the jumping is a bit too challenging, you can modify it, do a regular lunge and work toward the jumping. For those who want more of a challenge, Peter put some “hot sauce” on it and added a squat to the mix. Enjoy 💪🏽❤️