Fitness programs designed by celebrities promise to give you a full body workout
Many gyms have closed over the past year and indoor workouts have become the norm. App-based fitness programs also became popular, with Zoom sessions with workout buddies and Facebook Live with trainers. These are celebrity workouts you can try.
This app allows training with UK Olympic gold medalist Jessica Ennis-Hill. She offers workout and nutritional advice tailored to beginner, intermediate and expert fitness levels. Her sessions range from five to 29 minutes and she offers general fitness, workouts for pregnant and postpartum moms. Their latest addition is Janice Cycle Mapping which provides a workout for each phase of the menstrual cycle.
Available on Apple and Google Play Stores; Each program costs £14.99 per month
This workout is created exclusively for women by American actor and model Kate Upton along with her trainer Ben Bruno. It offers a 12-week fitness program and meal plan to help women sculpt their bodies and improve their stamina. It features 30-minute sessions of low-impact exercise that claims to strengthen muscles and improve metabolism. His Instagram community @Stong4me also provides daily inspiration.
Available for download as a PDF e-book from strong4mefitness.com USD 65. For
Centr is a personalized digital health and fitness program brought to you by actor Chris Hemsworth. It provides daily workout, meal plan, meditation for different levels of fitness. Workouts include boxing, MMA (mixed martial arts), high-intensity internal training, functional training, strength and bulking, foundation movements, dynamic yoga, and Pilates. Each session lasts between 10 and 60 minutes. They also have a private Facebook group for their members to connect with and inspire each other.
Available on Apple and Google Play stores and centr.com for $29.99 per month
Singer Carrie Underwood’s fitness app offers the option of working out alone or with others using the Fit52 app. It is a community-driven platform designed to help people achieve their personal wellness goals. The app has a virtual deck of 52 playing cards, and each one contains an exercise and how many times it needs to be repeated to get a full body workout in 30 minutes.
Available on Apple and Google Play Stores; USD 7.99 per month