- Published on Saturday, April 21 2012
- Written by Tallie Johnson
Summer is right around the corner, and that means it's time to get in shape for bikini season! If you're bored with going to the gym, maybe it's time to let celebrities help whip you into great shape. After all, they have some of best-sculpted bodies in the world (with the help of personal trainers, of course). Here are 5 celebs whose workout DVDs you can buy to help you look great on the beach:
Kim Kardashian -- Naturally her workouts focus on the bum. Real or fake, Kim’s curvy body stays in tip-top shape. She works out,and shows us how she keeps the butt but loses the fat in the mid-section and stomach. Her DVDs say you can “Fit in your Jeans” by Friday. While most of us workout in sweats, Kim works out in a black catsuit with a pink bra. If you can ignore the outfit choice, it’s a good workout.
Kelly Rolland -- Kelly has always had great abs, and now she shares with us what she does to keep those abs and her shape flawless. She works out with her trainer Jeanette Jenkins and focuses on creating sexy abs, flexibility, and strengthening the core muscles. It’s actually intense with some challenging movies for those who haven’t done a single crunch in ages.
Kendra Wilkinson -- Kendra was our girl next door for years, living it up at the Playboy Mansion. But once she got married and had a baby, she wanted to get back in shape and share what she did to do it. Kendra works out with her trainer in a series of cardio, strength training, and some exercises for the butt. Kendra works hard, and you can tell it’s not easy even for her.
Bethenny Frankel -- If you’re a fan of Bethenny and her Skinnygirl empire, this is just another facet to her brand. She has always been thin, but after her baby, she dropped the weight quickly. Her workout includes cardio, strength training, and yoga.
Geri Halliwell -- She used to be a Spice Girl, but now she is a woman who is way into yoga. This is a complete yoga fitness that is not for the lighthearted or for those who cannot get past the Downward Dog. This workout is for the yoga enthusiast who is ready to stretch themselves to new limits.
Will you use any celebrity workout DVDs to get in shape?
- Tallie Johnson, YH Staff
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