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Jan 4, 2011

Jane Leeves' Diet and Exercise Tips: Maintaining a Sleek Physique

Jane Leeves’ is an English actress who was best known in her co-starring role of Daphne Moon on the television sitcom Frasier that started on 1993 to 2004. Today, she is back to the television production and works with the character of Joy on TV Land’s original sitcom Hot in Cleveland. This 5 foot 10 inch actress always had a great shape since she did Frasier and was able to maintain her long and sleek figure. Let’s find out as Jane shares her secrets in achieving all of these.

Like other celebrities, Jane Leeves’s diet plan involves eating a well balanced meal together with portion control. As what the diet is called, it involves eating anything the dieter wishes as long as it is kept in moderate servings.

A lot of people follow Jane Leeves’s diet because it removes the sense of being deprived in eating anything they want. Furthermore, majority of individuals following this diet prefer eating healthy meals daily while some may like to take in high fat and high caloric foods.

On the other hand, Jane used to be a dancer and today, she continues doing it without following any specific programs. When she did Fraiser, Jane Leeves’s exercise routine was done together with her trainer Brian Shiers that includes strength movements and cardio exercises. She does stair climbing, sprints and jumping jacks all performed in high intensity for a circuit training calorie burn.

Today, Jane Leeves’s exercise routine includes doing Pilates and cardio exercises. Jane said, “I was a dancer, and I started very young. I don’t do anything on a daily basis, but I try to do a little cardiovascular work every now and again. And I love Pilates because that’s based on a dance framework.”

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