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Tuesday 24 May 2016

Cameron Diaz workout tips

Published 11/08/2014

Cameron Diaz
Cameron Diaz

Cameron Diaz's trainer Teddy Bass has revealed what workout moves to do in order to get a figure like Cameron's.

The Sex Tape actress is no stranger to showing off her enviable figure in designer dresses on the red carpet. She's also a big fan of keeping fit and is often spotted surfing and hiking near her Hollywood home.

Model Rachel Hunter set out to find the formula for getting a body like Cameron's for British TV show Lorraine, and meeting with her trainer Teddy Bass - who's credited as the man behind her summer body - was first on her list.

"Clearly Cameron has an incredible body, and she takes also her diet very seriously. How important is diet compared to exercise?" quizzed Rachel.

"Well they're both two components that are very important. If you think where the food ends up it's always in our waist, and it's excess fat and choosing if we are what we eat it's the choice that you make," Teddy explained.

On the subject of work out positions, Teddy demonstrated two sure fire ways to get a Cameron-like stomach.

"Let's go into a little plank... just straighten the left arm and the right leg, at the same time. That's a core fire right there, every muscle in your abdominal is fired. Then bring it back down.

"I love the number 20. So if you can do ten on each side, then go for it," he laughed.

Rachel, who was married to Rod Stewart for 16 years, took Teddy's lead and followed some of his favourite Cameron workout routines.

The pair also demonstrated a side plank, where the top leg was lifted ten times and pulled into the chest.

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