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Jan 2, 2011

Kate Hudson's Diet and Exercise Routine to Lose Baby Weight

Kate Hudson is an American actress famously known in her role in the film Almost Famous that garnered her Golden Globe award with a lot of nominations in 2001. She likewise appeared in a lot of movies like the hit film How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days (2003), Raising Helen (2004), The Skeleton Key (2005), You, Me and Dupree (2006), Fool's Gold (2008) and Bride Wars (2009).
The 5 feet 6 inch actress isn’t only regarded for her awesome figure but also with how she lost a considerable amount of weight she gained during her pregnancy. Want to know how she achieves all of these? Then keep reading.
Kate-Hudson.jpgKate Hudson’s diet was developed by Ashley Conrad, her personal trainer which was designed to her lose weight quickly. Kate asked her personal trainer to develop it as she really had aimed to lose weight after giving birth to her last child. During her pregnancy, Kate gained around 60 pounds but was able to get back to her pre-pregnancy weight of 115 pounds with the help of her diet plan.
Kate Hudson’s diet isn’t that strict when it comes to consuming calories, as long as she’s able to get 1500 calories per day. Rather, her diet limits her to the amount of carbohydrates she consumes and totally avoids eating any kind of processed foods. Kate Hudson’s diet plan on a typical day contains 6-oz. organic chicken, 3/4 cup quinoa, 2 cups grilled vegetables, and one Clutch supplement pack.
But she didn’t lose all her weight with just dieting, she also worked out. Kate Hudson’s exercise routine includes cardio exercises using the treadmill and running outdoors. For her exercise routine, she had to work out with her personal trainer Garrett Warren by performing core-strengthening exercises that is a combination of Pilates, Yoga and core stability moves which is otherwise known as the ProperBodyExercise.
Kate Hudson’s exercise regimen consumes 90 minutes of her day doing kickboxing, weights, and 15 minutes of ProBodX moves and, ab exercises. Before, Kate also did the S-factor Sheila Kelley. Kate commits three hours of her day doing these exercises together with following to her diet regimen. She says, “My biggest challenge was losing the 60 pounds I’d packed on when I was pregnant. I was a big, jolly pregnant lady, but then I devoted six hours a day to a rigorous workout regime. I would do 45 or 55 minutes of cardio and then an hour of Pilates or yoga three times a day.”

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