At 50-years-old, music phenom Madonna can put people half her age to shame with her built body and incredible stamina. But to get as fit as the pop hit-maker, her fans needn’t throw themselves at expensive gym memberships or gimmicky outlets, as GMA’s “24 Oras” revealed Wednesday.
Fil-German Nicole Winhoffer, Madonna’s primary trainer, demonstrated some of the diva’s favorite moves for local magazines, including simple but core-heavy workouts which only requires bodyweight to perform.
Dedication and time, Winhoffer said, was needed to make a healthy and fit body, and stressed the importance of giving time for physical activities.
She continued, “I tell anybody that I work with that your hour to work out is your hour to give back to you, and to sweat out any type of stress or any type of emotion you have.
But all the exercise in the world can’t have an effect, if the body only takes in junk.
“I know it’s hard, but if you stay away from sugar, then you’re gonna see results pretty quickly and have more energy,” advised Winhoffer.
In an interview with Shape, the Fil-Hungarian said she started as Madonna’s dance cardio trainer before transitioning as her main trainer.
A trainer with the pop singer’s Hard Candy Fitness gym chain, Winhoffer’s training philosophy believes in committing to changes and “giving back” to oneself. —Rie Takumi/NB, GMA News
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