Lifestyle Style The Fit 5: Tips to Feel (and Look) Like a Star! From Katy Perry's Japanese treat to Kim Kardashian's bum-boosting move, get the scoop on how to look fab like the stars By Katherine Kluznik Rentmeester Published on March 5, 2010 10:00 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Trending Videos 01 of 05 INDULGE YOUR CRAVINGS – HEALTHFULLY Sara De Boer/Startraks “Katy Perry loves Japanese food,” says celebrity trainer Harley Pasternak of his client. To get her Japanese fix the healthy way, have a cucumber salad, miso soup and some assorted sashimi, and snack on edamame throughout the day. Pasternak encourages all his celeb clients to incorporate soy into their diets however possible, whether it’s through soy milk, a SOYJOY bar, or edamame. – Helin Jung 02 of 05 TRY NEW THINGS Gustavo Caballero/WireImage Make no mistake, maintaining million-dollar asset takes plenty of hard work. “For me and my body, squats and lunges are a must,” she tells PEOPLE of her favorite body-shaping move. And while Kim has mastered the fitness routine that works for her, that doesn’t mean that she isn’t constantly trying to improve. “If I had a goal for this year, it would be to eat better,” she says. “I just want to eat more proteins. I eat too many carbs, too many sugars – all the good stuff,” she laughs. 03 of 05 TEA TIME John Shearer/WireImage She might be fashion’s First Lady of Outrageous, but when it comes to keeping healthy takes the civilized route. The singer recently revealed that she replaced a toxic cigarette habit with the antioxidant-rich Detox Tea by 140-year-old brand Kusmi Tea. The muslin sachets are filled with a lemongrass and green tea blend, which contains blood pressure-lowering and mood-boosting amino acid theanine. 04 of 05 MATERNITY YOGA ROADMAP Courtesy G2 Lifestyles Before giving birth to her first daughter, Violet, just days ago, Christina Milian kept her fitness in check with the G2 Lifestyles maternity yoga mat. The illustrated mats make fitness easy by laying out simple pose drawings of complete workout routines right on the mat itself to keep moms-to-be toned, flexible and clear-minded from the first trimester through the third. 05 of 05 GUNS OF STEEL Miguel Villagran/Getty Getting sculpted arms like , says Brian Abercrombie, who has trained the star, can be done right at home with the right resistance moves. “One of my favorites is the plyo-pushup,” he tells PEOPLE. “Start in a plank position, go into a full pushup and then explode out of it so both hands and feet come off of the floor.” Not quite at that peak level yet? To modify the move, “do it from the knees and only [let] your hands leave the ground.” Get the move and more star-worthy workouts on the M-Train iPhone fitness app at m-train.com.