Jessica Biel Workout and Diet Secret

 Jessica Biel workout and diet

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Jessica Biel workout routine and diet plan
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Jessica Biel workout and diet. Jessica Biel was born on March 3, 1982 is an American actress, model and singer. She is best known for her television role in 7th Heaven. She had done so many films some of them are The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Blade: Trinity, I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry, The A-Team, New Year's Eve, and Total Recall. She have amazing genetics or is it hard work to get her body. She likes to work on her butt and undergoes a series of exercises to stay fit and avoid boredom. She maintains that sexy look everyday of the year instead of many stars who simply get in excellent shape for a certain movie, but then go back to normal. Jessica is 5'8″ in height and having weight about 55 kg ( 121 lbs).
Let us look at her fitness training.

Workout and Fitness Equipment

She spends about an hour 6 days a week working out in some way, now this might sound like a lot for some people and a body like hers can be created with a lot less if your more strict with your diet, but if you want to be a lenient in what you eat then this sounds about right for most people.

Exercise 1 - 3 reps
  • Jump squats – Hold for 30 at each side
  • Side planks – 15 reps
  • Push ups – 10 reps 
Exercise 2 - 3 reps
  • Squat to press (requires Dumbbells or Medicine Ball) – 15 reps
  • Pull ups – 10 reps
  • Bent over rows (requires Dumbbell) – 15 reps 
Exercise 3 - 3 reps
  • Lateral Lunge – 10 reps on each leg
  • Step up – 10 on each leg
  • Straight Leg Sit ups – 15 reps

 Diet and Nutrition

She eats clean food in her diet. She eats loads of vegetables, lots of quinoa and grain protein, and some occasional animal protein. Fermented veggies and probiotics are also great for my skin and digestion.

  • Breakfast: oatmeal, Skim milk, yogurt.

  • Mid Day: Complex carb or fruit, Protein.

  • Lunch: Fruit, vegetables, less carbs than earlier.

  • Evening: Fruit, salad, lower glycemic index carbs.

  • Dinner: Meat of some kind, slow digesting protein, Vegetables, only very slow carbs.

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