The Fit 5: Tips to Feel (and Look) Like a Star!

From David Beckham's heart-healthy supplements to J.Lo's post-baby workout, get the scoop on how to look fab like the stars

01 of 05

OPT FOR OMEGA-3

OPT FOR OMEGA-3
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The fatty acid omega-3, found in some fish and nuts, can build your brain cells and give a nutritional boost – and that’s why soccer star David Beckham is making sure you get your daily dose, even if you’re not a salmon eater. He’s partnered with the British company GO3 for a line of omega-3 fish-oil capsules. Besides keeping hearts healthy, studies have shown omega-3 has a host of other benefits and could even put a smile on your face. Read more on Health.com. – Maureen Harrington

02 of 05

RECLAIM YOUR PRE-BABY BODY

RECLAIM YOUR PRE-BABY BODY
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Four months after giving birth to twins Max and Emme, Jennifer Lopez is working hard at getting her body back to pre-baby shape. Besides walking or jogging for 20- to 30-minute sessions three times a week, the singer does “body weight exercises like lunges and squats,” says her longtime trainer, Gunnar Peterson. “This is a program designed to increase her strength. Being a hands-on mom to two newborns is an exhausting job.” Read Health.com for ideas on incorporating your little one into your workout! – Bethany Lye

03 of 05

PAMPER YOUR SKIN NATURALLY

PAMPER YOUR SKIN NATURALLY
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“Green really is the new black, says Sports Illustrated model Josie Maran, who’s developed an eco-friendly makeup and skincare line, Josie Maran Cosmetics. Among the featured products: Argan Oil ($48), made from the Vitamin E-rich nut of the Moroccan Argan tree, which helps reduce the appearance of sunspots and facial puffiness. And the 30-SPF tinted moisturizer ($38) delivers sheer coverage with ingredients like flaxseed oil, coconut and avocado. Get more natural skincare tips on Health.com. – Maureen Harrington

04 of 05

LET THE RHYTHM GET YOU

LET THE RHYTHM GET YOU
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Always wanted to learn ballroom dancing – just not in public? Choreographer Mary Murphy, the not-so-shy judge of So You Think You Can Dance, is a fan (and spokesperson for) of the Core Rhythms DVD series, which incorporates samba, meringue and paso doble moves into a total-body workout aimed at toning your abs, glutes, hips and arms at home. Taught by Latin dance champs Jaana Kunitz and Julia Powers, the videos get hips swinging while strengthening the core. Find out other ways to get in shape through dancing. – Thailan Pham

05 of 05

GET ON THE BALL

GET ON THE BALL
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Driving a racecar is all about focus. In addition to a strenuous daily workout of boxing, swimming and jogging, Dancing with the Stars winner Helio Castroneves does sit-ups with a twist while lying on a stability ball and reading racing charts at the same time. This helps me concentrate while doing physical activity, which is important during a race, explains the Brazilian-born driver. Exercising on a stability ball also helps stretch your body effectively. Want the basics on incorporating a ball into your workout? Click here. – Linda Marx

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