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Jan 2, 2011

Kirsten Dunst's Diet and Exercise Tips: Commitment is Important

kirsten-dunst.jpgKirsten Dunst’s diet plan is adhered to portion control plus eats frequently to hasten her metabolism. Actually, Kirsten Dunst’s diet allows her to eat small, low calorie, protein-rich mini-meals every couple of hours that helps in speeding up her metabolic rate and helps in burning fats. Kirsten also says, “I do eat healthily but I’m not a freak about it – I eat bread. I eat what I want to eat but I’m also thoughtful about what I put in my body for health reasons – there’s so much crap in our foods these days.”

Kirsten Dunst is an American actress, model, and singer who had her film debut in Oedipus Wrecks, a short film that was directed by Woody Allen for the anthology New York Stories (1989). Since she was 12 years old, Kirsten had caught the attention of the public for playing the character of vampire Claudia in Interview with the Vampire (1994) wherein she was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress. That year too, she appeared in the film Little Women. We’d always see this 5 feet 6 inch actress always lean and thin during her television and movie appearances. How does she maintain that figure? Let’s find out.
This actress doesn’t follow a strict exercise routine unlike other celebrities, but Kirsten Dunst’s exercise includes Pilates and doing outdoor activities. When she played her character in the film Wimbledon" in which she played a tennis star, Kirsten Dunst’s exercise includes working out with resistance bands plus cardio exercises and lunges. These exercise routines allow her to get a tennis player’s figure that is long, lean, and muscular.
For Kirsten’s cardio exercises, she always challenges herself by increasing the incline of her treadmill or perhaps run outside during a windy weather, or even work out with an empty stomach that helps in burning more fats. Kirsten Dunst's personal trainer, Kacy Duke claims that she makes Kirsten do these so she’d never had to hit a "fitness plateau," which is a condition that happens when the person’s body gets accustomed to the usual exercise he or she performs.

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