Get an Oscar-worthy body

22 February 2013

It's that time of year when the cream of the acting world gathers for the biggest awards show on earth – and women everywhere get Oscars body envy.

The stunning red carpet looks of stars such as Anne Hathaway, Jennifer Lawrence, Angelina Jolie, Cameron Diaz, Gwyneth Paltrow and Beyonce can leave many of us feeling we don’t match up.

But whether it’s J-Lo’s bum you covet, or Angelina’s legs, Rihanna’s abs or Anne Hathaway’s skin, the solution may be quicker to achieve than you think.

Jennifer Lawrence at the Oscars

Kirstie McIntosh,’s Healthy Living Editor says the benefits of embarking on a new fitness regime can be seen almost immediately.

“Setting aside as little as 30 minutes a day to workout will make you feel and look better, provided you do it regularly and don’t quit,” she says.

“You can drop a dress size inside two weeks for instance and’s team of experts have devised training routines to specifically target areas such as legs, arms, bums and stomachs. Plus changing your diet can help give you glowing skin just like the Hollywood stars.”’s Hollywood tone-up routines include:

Skin: If you want flawless features like best supporting actress nominee Anne Hathaway, the team has devised 10 Steps for Glowing Skin.

Stomach: Celebrities pride themselves on their flat bellies and abs, but it needn’t be painful to achieve the look of the likes of best actress nominee Jennifer Lawrence. Check out’s 10 Flat Belly Tricks.

Arms: Avoid the dreaded bingo wings and sport the shaped, toned arms of Cameron Diaz by following’s guide.

Legs: Step out in style without a hint of the dreaded ‘orange peel’, following the style of leggies such as Gwyneth Paltrow and Angelina Jolie, with’s Top 10 Cellulite Busting Foods.

Bum: It’s all about the bootie for stars such as Jennifer Lopez, Beyoncé and Kim Kardashian – so perk up your posterior with the help of’s guide.

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