Halle’s top diet tips

1.    Don’t eat anything white. This means no cheese, no sugar and no chips!

2.    Eat plenty of fresh fruit and vegetables

3.    Have five small meals a day to keep your blood sugar levels stable and your metabolism high.

4.    Drink lots of water, especially coconut water, which will keep you hydrated and feeling full.

5.    Watch your intake of processed carbohydrates and opt instead for healthier foods such as fish, salad and soup.

Halle’s top three moves

1.    Inch-worm

            Reps: 10

            Sets: 3

·         Stand at the end of a mat with your legs straight (a). Take a deep breath as you fold your upper body towards the floor (b). Keeping your abs tight, walk your hands forward until you reach a plank position (c).

·         With your body in a straight line from head to toe, perform one push-up (d), then walk your hands all the way back towards your feet and stand up straight.

Description: Inch-worm

2.    Tricep dips

            Reps: 20

            Sets: 3

·         Sit on a chair or Step and place your hands by your hips. Your feet should be flat on the floor with your knees bent. Lift yourself off the chair, shifting your bottom forward so it’s in front of the seat (a)

·         Bend your elbows to lower your body toward the floor (b). Pause, then straighten your arms to return to the start.

Description: Tricep dips

3.    Step-ups with knee-lift

            Reps: 20 each leg

            Sets: 3

·         Standing in front of a Step or bench (a), step up with your left foot (b), bringing your right leg forward and bending your knee until your thigh is parallel to the floor (c)

·         Lower your right leg back to the ground, then the left. Repeat with the other leg.

Description: Step-ups with knee-lift

Tip: Halle makes this more difficult by balancing her feet on a gym ball!

Bardonnet’s top five workout tips

1.    “Find what works for you – whether you prefer working out in the gym or with a trainer. Establish the right time and place”

2.    “Break a sweat three times a week for a minimum of 45 minutes”

3.    “Change your programme at least every three months”

4.    “Don’t be afraid to invest in your health – you only have one life!”

5.    “Challenge yourself – Halle works hard to look like she does”

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