Miranda Lambert is one of the most beautiful music stars out there today. Not only is a she strong a role model for women because of her professional accomplishments, but because she actually looks like a REAL woman!
The curvaceous Grammy winner talked to Shape magazine to reveal how she keeps her body looking so good, even in the middle of a national tour!
We can't say it enough and virtually every health conscious celebrity seems to agree — don't diet, just focus on eating right. It's hard to differentiate between dieting and eating healthy, but Miranda clarifies pretty well, saying:
“My weight always fluctuates by 10 pounds. After trying Atkins and doing Nutrisystem a few times, now I’m just focused on maintaining a healthy lifestyle rather than dieting.”
Eating right, however, often means ordering right. Don't just trust us though, take it from a gal who earns her living on the road, as Miranda continues:
“We eat a lot of fast food when we’re traveling. But these days, almost every restaurant has an alternative to that cheeseburger. I just have to remember to order it!”
Since the country star spends most of her time traveling from one venue to another, she doesn't always have access to a gym and recommends learning a few alternatives to a treadmill, explaining:
“When I’m touring, I have to think of workouts that don’t require a gym. My favorite is running up and down the stairs at the arena, which is good cardio and great for my lower body.”
When she is working out, Miranda makes sure to perform exercises like squats that benefit her voluptuous figure, sharing:
“I don’t mind having a big butt—they’re back in style. But I do a lot of squats to make sure my booty’s not dragging on the ground.”
The most important part of any workout plan is motivation. For this country crooner it's the image of fellow curvy music superstar Beyoncé, as she tells the fitness magazine:
“I listen to Beyoncé’s Run the World (Girls) when I exercise. I picture her body and it makes me push harder.”
Thanks for the details, gurl! We hope your success will not only inspire others to follow their dreams, but serve as motivation to get up and get active!
[Image via WENN.]