Carrie Underwood has to be one of the most motivating celebs out there when it comes to fitspiration.
From her long, sculpted stems to those magically toned abs, we can't get enough of the country singer's fit lifestyle.
Underwood told Cosmopolitan that on a good day, she spends 10-15 minutes warming up, then likes to spend at least an hour working out — sometimes even with her NHL player hubby Mike Fisher!
Love this behind-the-scenes shot from our last @caliabycarrie shoot! I've been working on my arms a lot more this year...loving the progress! I figure my son is only going to get bigger and I want to be able to pick him up and haul him around for as long as I can!!! #staythepath #strongmom #findyourmotivation
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"I have a gym at home with a treadmill, an elliptical, a cable machine, and free weights, plus a bunch of my husband Mike's other equipment," she said.
In order to keep workouts interesting, she'll take a deck of cards with her and assign an exercise to each suit. Then, she'll go through card by card and do the number of reps listed on each card.
Want to try Carrie Underwood's workout? Try out this example!
Stand with your legs hip-width apart. Keep your back straight and chest open. Hold your kettlebell with both hands in front of you in between your legs. Squat as low as you can go, making sure to keep your knees behind your toes, and then rise back up. Drive through your heels. That's one rep.
Assume plank position, with your arms shoulder-width apart. Lower your body until your chest nearly touches the floor. Extend your arms to raise your body back to starting position. That's one rep.
Lie on your back with hands behind your head, knees bent and feet on the floor. Lift your shoulder blades off the ground. (Keep them off the ground for this whole exercise.) Twist your torso to the right, bringing your left shoulder in to touch your right knee. Keep left leg straight and lifted off the floor. Repeat, twisting torso to the left and bringing your right shoulder in to touch your left knee. That's one rep.
Jump rope for as many reps as the number on the card. Stay on your toes as you jump and keep a soft bend in your knees. Vary your jumps: two feet, one foot at a time, high knees, etc. Try to increase your speed as you progress.
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