Kim Kardashian isn’t the only celebrity who gained a lot of weight during pregnancy.
Amber Rose recently admitted she weighed in at 202 pounds while pregnant with her rapper boo Wiz Khalifa’s son Sebastian.
Determined to get her pre-baby body back, Amber Rose is working hard with a trainer. Finding time away from being a busy mommy and girlfriend, she works out every day for an hour and a half. So far it’s paying off, shedding thirty pounds since giving birth;
“I have a really good personal trainer. Her name is Jeanette Jenkins. Yeah, I work out every day. It’s hard to get off baby weight. It’s a different kind of weight because for nine months you stretch your stomach out and then it’s hard to get that back. I’m working on it. I lost like thirty-some pounds already. I was 202 pounds when I had my son. But I’m tall, so it didn’t look like it.”
Standing at 5 feet 9 inches, Rose before having her baby weighed 148 pounds. If she was 202 pounds during her pregnancy, and dropped 30 pounds since, that means she’s now 172 pounds. Your are almost there Amber! Keep up the good work.
Have you ever wanted to pick the brain of a personal trainer that whips all your favorite celebrities into shape? “Ask A Celebrity Trainer” is a new Q & A series, that will get your fitness questions answered by the professionals who train the stars.
Fit With Fallon caught up with Personal Trainer Michael Myers to kick off our first series. While working for the Hollywood trainer Jeanette Jenkins, Michael has trained Kelly Rowland, Terrence J, Pink, Tia and Tamera Mowry and many others. Mike also teaches an intense boot camp class at Crunch fitness in West Hollywood. Check out what Mike has to say about eating before your am cardio.
Do you recommend your clients to workout out first thing in the morning on an empty stomach, or do you prefer them to eat before their morning workout?
Cardio on an empty stomach is cool, if immediate weight loss is the goal. However, if you are doing a full body workout I recommend eating before working out because you have to wake your metabolism.
In an episode of “Tia & Tamara”, Michael explained to Tamara how important it is to eat before having an intense full body workout by saying “You can’t drive a car with no gas”.
Check out Mike in action with the clip below:
Want to train with Michael or take one of his boot camp classes? Head over to michaelmyersfit.com for more info.