01 July 2011

Julia Roberts Swimming to Stays Slim: The 10 Guides To Do Power Jump and Lose Weight

Julia Roberts
Brunette Beauty: The "Pretty Woman"
Julia Roberts never looks less than her remarkable roles in "Pretty Woman". She maintain her stunning looks and still look hot in bikini even now in her 40s. But her great shape is not an accident. Julia works hard for it. Her longtime trainer Kathy Kaehler, reveals to Instyle Magazine that Julia doing some running, cross-country ski movements, arm exercises and swimming to stay in shape. 

Julia Roberts in bikini 40s
Pretty Woman: Julia Roberts still looking hot in her bikini body
Swimming and water exercises are great ways to build up endurance and stay fit. Kahler says, Julia begin her swimming exercise with a few laps of swimming to warms up, then wears the Floatation Belt to run one-minute intervals in the water at slow, moderate and fast speeds, repeating the entire exercise five times. According to Kahler, a 150 pounds person can burn 200 calories in 30 minutes if doing moderate swimming. Vigorous swimming can burn up to 330 calories during the same amount of time.

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Swimming is a low impact exercise that works for all people with different body types. To get flat and toned abs like Julia Roberts, invest your times with swimming activity. Breast stroke, the back stroke and the butterfly stroke works different muscle groups in a variety of ways. But if you do not know how to swim, water aerobics is an ideal way to get fit with water activity. Just make sure you don't drift off into the deep end.

BestWeightLossForUs.com suggest the Power Jumps to burned and toning muscle. To expand your knowledge on exercises for the obese, feel free to visit BestWeightLossForUs.com.

Here are the 10 Steps of Power Jumps. Have fun!

1. Start in shallow water.
The water level should be between the ribcage and the underarm.

2. Warm up
Jog around the pool and do kicks, jumping jacks, strides and knee lifts to warm up the body for 6 to 8 minutes.

3. Stretching
floatation belt
Lightly stretch the quadriceps, calf muscles, hip flexors and hamstrings.

4. Intense Jogging
Perform the moves in step 2 at a higher intensity for 8 to 10 minutes. Make the movements long and exaggerated.

5. Execute a tuck jump
Start in a standing position, then keep the knees and ankles together as you pull the knees into the chest. Return to a standing position. Move the arms in a circular motion at the side of the body; the arms lengthen as the knees lift, and bend at the elbow as the legs straighten.

6. Perform a frog jump
Begin with the toes, knees and thighs slightly turned out. The arms are bent in a diamond shape, with the fists close to the chest. Push the arms down to the hips while lifting the legs up and into a diamond shape. The knees point to each side at the top of the jump and mimic frog legs. Return to the starting position.

7. Execute a scissors jump
Start in a standing position. As you jump, one leg moves straight forward and the other moves directly behind the body. Alternate front and back. The arms move in opposition to the legs.

8. Heel Lift
Begin in a standing position for a heel lift. While keeping the knees and heels close together, jump and lift the heels toward the buttocks. The heels should not lift higher than knee height. The arms are extended away from the body at shoulder height, slightly rounded at the elbows. As you lift the legs, pull the arms down to the hips.

9. Jogging again
light jog
Kick the legs and jog for two to three minutes.

10. Cool down
Stretch the quadriceps, hamstrings, hip flexors and calves deeply.




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