A star-studded fitness regime

Jan 17, 2012, 14:07 IST | The Features Team

Who better to get exercise and diet tips from than the people in the business of looking good! Get real-life tips and inspiration from these famous faces in the world of glitz and glamour.

Who better to get exercise and diet tips from than the people in the business of looking good! Get real-life tips and inspiration from these famous faces in the world of glitz and glamour.

Angela Jonnson
I start my day with:
Meditation and a bowl of fruit
The super-food I swear by: Home-cooked food!
If I didn't have to worry about getting fat, I would: Be eating red velvets (cupcakes) everyday.
My quick-fix fitness mantra:There is no quick-fix! Fitness is something that requires consistency... However, if it's a desperate situation, cut out carbs in the evenings.
Ve-gan or we can't? Ve-gan. It's a healthy and fantastic way to live. But I love my meat too much right now. Who knows, maybe in the future!
I wish I had: Model Rosie Huntington's legs.
My mom always says: 'Drinking a lot of water is the cure for any health problem.'
What keeps me going: I enjoy looking and feeling good. There is no better feeling than being disciplined and motivated to stay healthy.
My favourite time of day to exercise: I prefer either first thing in the morning or in the evening.
I exercise to: Music!
Fitness gyaan: There is no quick-fix solution to fitness


Sushma Reddy

I start my day with: An apple and a strong hot chocolate made in water.
The super-food I swear by: Lime shot mixed with ground whole turmeric every night before bed - it's the best antacid and immunity booster ever!
If I didn't have to worry about getting fat, I would: Eat my mom's ghee dosas all day long!
My quick-fix fitness mantra: An hour of spinning and a big leafy salad is a quick fix for toned abs and legs.
Ve-gan or we can't? Ve-gan. I am a vegan because of allergies to food and animal protein, so I really don't have a choice. Would I be vegan by choice? No. Because certain dishes do taste exciting with eggs, cheese and dairy.
I wish I had: Jennifer Aniston's arms and legs, Jessica Biel's upper body and Priyanka's waist
My mom always says: 'Get your hand out of the Lindor Dark Chocolate jar!'
What keeps me going: I am a slave to habit, so staying true to a regimen is not difficult. But I do have a problem with indoor gym workouts and being cooped up inside. I prefer outdoor sports or a brisk walk in the open.
My favourite time of day to exercise: Early mornings. I am not an evening person. Besides, with traffic, I would never make it to an evening workout in time!
I exercise to: House Music and Electronica.
Fitness gyaan: Work out in a group or join a class if you are not motivated - it really improves your consistency with your regimen and makes the class competitive.

Imran Khan

I start my day with: A glass of milk.
The super-food I swear by: Pomegranate juice
If I didn't have to worry about getting fat, I would: I don't get fat no matter what I do... I know, my friends hate me for that!
My quick-fix fitness mantra: 10 days of working out and I can fix most problems!
Ve-gan or we can't?: I don't think a vegan diet is healthy. Our bodies haven't evolved to survive only on plants.
I wish I had: Hrithik's biceps
My mom always says: 'Are you sure you're eating enough?'
What keeps me going: Self-motivation. If I know I have to do something, I do it.
My favourite time of day to exercise: Evenings
I exercise to: Silence. I hate gyms that play music.
Fitness gyaan: The craziest fitness tip that actually works is to do each rep *really* slowly.
It really works!

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