Work It Out: Stars Share Their Favorite Ways to Stay in Shape
We didn't know push-ups could be sexy – then we saw this video that the actor posted of his Bastille Day workout prep.
The celebrated star is a fan of SoulCycle and even invited friends to join her for a ride on her 60th birthday. For her current touring show (called The Life You Want), senior master instructor Stacey Griffith led 15,000 fans in a 15-minute cardio session that they did from their seats. "People jumped in place … and shook the floor!" Griffith told PEOPLE.
To prepare for her role in the upcoming film Mechanic: Resurrection, the actress studied Krav Maga, the Israeli military’s official system of hand-to-hand combat.
Before appearing in the 2012 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show, which fell just eight weeks after the birth of her second daughter, the model embarked on an intense five-week fitness regimen with trainer Michael Olajide, Jr. of Aerospace N.Y.C. In a recent interview with PEOPLE, Lima said her go-to workout has been boxing and that she usually splurges on post-show Japanese or Chinese food with her family.
Turns out the British actress has short-but-sweet for workouts: 12-minute daily routines from the 1950s-era Royal Canadian Air Force's exercise plan. "It just very gently gets you fit," Mirren told reporters at a junket for her film The Hundred-Foot Journey.
The actress and dancer has also taught a cardio and sculpting class called "Booty Burn" near her home in Malibu, which she ends with a short meditation session, encouraging students to "turn inwards."
Got 20 minutes? If so you can easily tackle the Real Housewives of New York star's fuss-free workout, which requires no special equipment and can be done in a space as small as 16 square feet.
Determined to maintain his athletic physique even though his NFL days have ended, Driver told PEOPLE he works out six days a week and eats lots of lean protein and vegetables. The former Dancing with the Stars winner shared instructions for five of his key workout moves, some of which are made tougher with the help of a kettleball. Driver's wife, Betina, certainly isn't complaining when he walks around in his underwear. "[She] loves it, I have never heard her complain about 'go put some shorts on,'" he tells PEOPLE.