10 Celebrity Tips for Staying in Shape


Bring out the red carpet along with some workout clothes. Health Fitness Revolution salutes these household names for being active members of the fitness community. From movie screens to performance stages, here are 10 tips from Celebrities to staying in shape:

Zac Efron

From his roles in “Neighbors” and “Baywatch” we have seen Efron in incredible physical shape. He emphasizes that staying in shape is not only about training but stretching as well!

Efron told PEOPLE that he trains for the simple purpose of being able to live his fullest life. “I want to still be ready to do anything, be capable of doing whatever life needs or wants me to do, so there’s as much stretching now as there is training,” he said.

Carrie Underwood

In an interview with Shape, Carrie Underwood talked about how she finds a way to get a workout in without equipment. By staying disciplined and improvising, Underwood is able to be physical fit.

“I’ve become an expert at working out with nothing! I’m great at putting things together, and thinking: ‘What do I have around me that I can use?’ Maybe it’s three steps—I can use that! Or I have a chair I can do dips on. Obviously, if you work with your body weight, you can do push-ups anywhere. You can do sit-ups anywhere. You can be in your hotel room, and you don’t have to leave. You just have to think outside the box, and get creative.”

Jason Momoa

Self-discipline helps Jason Momoa make time to work out before most people wake up. Momoa uses working out to help prevent mental health issues.

“I get up at 5 am and I train hard. I’ve got two young children, so I have to get up early. But I like it. Morning is when I do all my best work. Whenever I wake up, I’m up, I don’t lie there like an idiot. I get up, run up a hill, get some exercise and have some time with my thoughts.” reported by Men’s Journal

Jennifer Lopez

After Super Bowl LIV, we were all wondering how J-Lo looks so good! Jennifer Lopez credits hydration as the key to working out and recovery.

“Drinking plenty of water, especially before a workout, can help you push harder and get more out of your exercise routine,” she told Hello!  “I try to keep my body hydrated and well-rested after every workout. That way, I’m ready to hit it hard again the next day.”

Kevin Hart

In an interview with Men’s Journal, Kevin Hart talked about how diet plays a primary role in staying in shape.

“What I’ve learned is nutrition and diet is 90% of change. You can work out like an animal and not eat correctly and you won’t see the changes you want to see.” 


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Beyonce is a global superstar and mother who consistently finds time to live a healthy lifestyle.

“I’ll put on a song that I really like and do [biceps curls with] five-pound weights [for] the whole song and just try to burn out,” she told Self.

Tom Cruise

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We have seen Tom Cruise star in so many physically demanding roles: “Top Gun”, “Mission Impossible”, “The Mummy”, to name a few. It’s clear that Tom lives a physically active lifestyle.

“Sea-kayaking, caving… fencing, treadmill, weights… rock-climbing, hiking… I jog… I do so many different activities.” according to Men’s Journal.

The Rock

From his days in the NFL, WWE, and now Hollywood, The Rock has been a fitness icon. Training is an essential element to the Rock’s daily routine.

On Instagram, the Rock captioned one his post “Training is my anchor every day, regardless of whether I’m on a set or at home.”

Ellie Goulding

Did you know that the British singer, Ellie Goulding, has a passion for boxing?

“I start my day training at the gym,” she tells us. “Somehow I’m a natural at boxing. Who knew? I feel like constantly sweating is good for getting toxins out. I like to drink and do things that a lot of women do, and that helps counteract that.” she told People.

Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift uses running as a way to exercise and listen to new music!

“For me, running is about blasting a whole bunch of new songs and running to the beat. It’s also good because it makes me find a gym wherever I am,” she told WebMD.

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