Heidi Klum transformed Her Body from Sept 12th Delivery of Son Henry to November 9th Appearance and Taping on Victoria’s Secret Lingerie Show Runway
Diagnostics: Trainer David Kirsch says. “If it jiggles, it ain’t good.”
Two workouts per day:
Lunges, core strength exercises, yoga and shadow boxing.
Core work and cardio, including up to 45 minutes on an inclined treadmill or elliptical trainer.
Kirsch and Klum also hiked and did lunges in L.A.’s Franklin Canyon.
“In the first three days, she dropped almost two inches from her waist,” Kirsch says. They also met in Kirsch’s New York City gym.
During a weeklong trip in Germany she used Kirsch’s “Gym in a Bag” (two 2.5-lb. ankle weights, a 4-lb. medicine ball and his Boot Camp DVD — David Kirsch’s Sound Mind Sound Body Ultimate Fitness Boot Camp.
Protein shake (180 calories), followed at 10 a.m. by a 4-egg-white omelet with vegetables.
Broccoli sauteed in a teaspoon of olive oil, skinless chicken and salad.
10-12 raw almonds at 4 p.m. snack.
Another protein shake, or a small meal like a cup of turkey chili. On the low-carb diet’s list of no-no’s: corn on the cob and pasta, which were replaced with lentils or kidney beans. At some things, however, Klum balked. If she wanted a banana, she ate a banana.