http://www.diet.com/videos Lauren Conrad and the girls premiere in season 4 of MTV hit reality show The Hills. Find out how Lauren recently lost weight from her trainer.
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(Music Playing) Sarah: Hi everyone, welcome to diet.com video. I am Sarah your host and an honor of the new season of MTV’s hit reality show, The Hill, we are bringing you Lauren Conrad’s Workout. Now Katrina, I understand that you recently spoke with her trainer Jarett? Katrina: Yes, I actually caught up with him yesterday. We talked a little bit about they do for their workout. So, they change things up every single time to keep the body interested, motivated, and they start out with the big muscle groups and then moving to smaller ones. Right now, their folks seeing a lot of abs, so we are going to start with a squat. The squat works your quads, gluts, hamstrings and really, really tones are corvick she is engaging before. What you want to do is stand feet shoulder with apart, seat back, reach your arms forward, you can either use a band or weights. Push into your heels and engage require. (Demonstration) Secondly lunges, they really focus on the outside of the thighs and the butt. So, you can either do alternating or stationary lunges again, adding a band, weights, working out the upper body. You want to lunge out with your left, first drop straight down, drive all your weight into you heel and step back, good. (Demonstration) Third one; always working out the chest and the triceps. You can either do push ups or chest press using dumbbells or just regular push ups, one of the best exercises that you can do for your chest and your triceps. (Demonstration) Engaging the core, you can add some twist, you add some rear fly’s, you always, always, always want to do good form at push ups. The last one that we are going to do for upper body is actually rows, and rows right the back and the biceps. So what I want you to do is only a seatback, using your legs yap, row, squeeze you back, good shoulder blades together okay? Work your quarry, you can either be seating on a ball or bench. Lastly, abs. every single time, seat ups but there are so many different ways to do seat ups. So you can seat ups on the ball, on the bench, pulling away or medicine ball with twist each time you just want to change that. So, we are going to start with the seat up, just on grounds. I want you to do it the right way. So you are going to have your feet up in front of you, bend you knees, roll down. As you are rolling down, do not let go of your abs. You are going to squeeze, tapering your arms above your head, exhale and squeeze on the way up to. That way, you are not using your lower back. Good, yap. So they meet twice a week in RH time focusing and retraining and treadmill work. Outside of that, they usually go hiking or walking at the LA’s Runion Canyon so, you have been there, have not you? Sarah: Yes, that is right. I was actually just in LA and I went for hike in the Runion Canyon because I wanted to see if it actually would suffice as an official workout for me. So I am hiking up Runion Canyon with my brother Whitney and LC on the hills had both been seen a hiking up here getting their workouts. So, check out what this hiking workout is actually like that, you will be shucked at how hard it really is. Definitely harder than what I imagined hiking in LA is like. It has I do not know. Usually get someone strolling on the dirt path but really is not too stip or long. So, let us get groove without [laughs] So, we finally meet it up to the top and it was definitely much harder than I ever thought that it would be. Katrina: So what do you think of Runion Canyon? Sarah: It was so beautiful. I can see exactly why LC chooses to go for her hikes there. I was very skeptical if it actually was a hard workout and it was, it was really stip and there are a lot of people around. I hope you guys enjoyed getting an inside look into Lauren Conrad’s workout and do not forget to subscribe to our channel Diet Help and we will see you next time. (Music Playing)
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