TIFF is here and it's another excuse for celebrities to show off their fit figures on the red carpet. But how do they look so toned and fit? According to celebrity trainer Brent Bishop it all begins at least 14 days ahead of the event. "To maximize how they look and feel on the red-carpet, many celebs will exercise daily in the weeks leading up to the big day. Although this doesn’t have to consist of spending hours a day in the gym, I recommend at least 30-45 minutes of dedicated exercise time 5-6 days in the 2 weeks leading up to the a red carpet event." says Bishop. With years of experience training both movie stars and Olympians, Brent Bishop shares his top five quick fix secrets on how celebs ensure they look their best on the red carpet:
5 Quick Fix Celebrity Fitness Secrets for TIFF
September 15, 2015
BEAT THE BLOAT
Look and feel slimmer but cutting down on refined sugars, processed foods and alcohol – these can all promote inflammation as well as weight gain. Switch out broccoli and cauliflower for non-bloating green leafy options such as spinach and kale. Cut down on dietary salt which can promote water retention. Additionally, many celebs will reduce their consumption of protein sources that can for some be harder to digest like red meat and chicken. Instead, sources such as white fish and eggs are consumed due to typically easier digestion and less bloating.