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

From new mom Samantha Harris's baby-friendly workout to Blake Lively's organic snack, get the scoop on how to look fab like the stars

01 of 05

ROCK YOUR POST-BABY BODY

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A year after giving birth, Dancing with the Stars co-host Samantha Harris flaunted her form on the cover of Muscle & Fitness Hers magazine. “I really wanted to show moms out there that you really could get that body back,” she tells PEOPLE. Harris incorporates daughter Josselyn into her routine, doing “baby squats” and climbing the steep stairs at a nearby beach, with the 13-month-old strapped into a Baby Björn. Read about getting your post-baby body in gear on Health.com! – Reagan Alexander

02 of 05

SNACK ORGANIC

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Blake Lively and Jessica Biel are fans of Kopali Organics, snacks you don’t have to feel guilty about eating. The tasty line ($3.99 per bag) includes organic dried fruits – including the amino acid-rich Goji berries and goldenberries – as well as dark chocolate-covered bananas and a berry-nut mix. Besides being free of sulfites and sugar, the socially conscious Kopali Organics supports fair trade practices around the world. Get five more ideas for energy-boosting snacks on Health.com! – Serena Kappes

03 of 05

GO WITH THE 'FLOW'

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Stressed out? Stretch out! Spirit Flow: The 7 Essential Stress Relievers DVD ($19.99) can reinvigorate your body and mind. Choreographer-fitness expert Michelle LeMay guides you through seven “active relaxation” exercises that focus on loosening up the spine, torso, hips and lower back. And no worries if you’re crunched for time: Each clocks in at less than five minutes. Plus, read Health.com’s tips for stretching the right way! – Brooke Bizzell Stachyra

04 of 05

BECOME AN IRON WOMAN

BECOME AN IRON WOMAN

Football star and Today show correspondent Tiki Barber’s new book, Pure Hard Workout ($19.80), is a step-by-step guide to pumping iron – with a chapter designed specifically for women. “Lifting weights for women isn’t always about bulk,” Barber tells PEOPLE. “Muscle development is an important part of keeping fit and tone, especially as you age and your muscle deteriorates.” Learn more about building muscles and bone density on Health.com! – Thailan Pham

05 of 05

BE THANKFUL

BE THANKFUL
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Looking for inspiration? In this season of being thankful, Alicia Silverstone is appreciative of her healthy lifestyle. “I feel the most grateful every day when I meditate or do yoga or eat a beautiful, delicious, cruelty-free meal made from plant-based foods,” the vegan actress tells Health magazine. “These things remind me of how fortunate I am and how healthy I feel.”

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