<p><span></span>Before bikini season hits, <strong>AUDRINA PATRIDGE</strong> gets her body beach ready by drinking lots of water, eating lean protein, green leafy veggies and less carbs. ""I also love shots of wheat grass," The Hill's star tells <em>Life & Style</em>, which is believed to detox the body. "When I want to kick it up a notch, I get Sunfare meals delivered."<br />
BROOKLYN DECKER, who's no stranger to showing off her bikini bod, focused on "toning up and making sure I had definition in my abs," when prepping for the Sports Illustrated swimsuit-issue cover. That meant lots of high-protein Greek yogurt and nuts to build muscle. "Sports Illustrated is never about losing weight. They encourage girls to eat cheeseburgers the night before a shoot because they love girls who are a little bit curvier," Brooklyn tells Life & Style.
CAMERON DIAZ's lithe legs, flat tummy and sculpted arms make us want a full-body shape-up. Trainer Teddy Bass--who's counted Cam as a client--tells Life & Style the trick to getting toned all over like Cameron is doing combination exercises that blast multiple muscles at once, like squats with shoulder presses. The plank -- a yoga posture -- works the abs, back, arms, legs and internal abdominal muscles.
For all 22 celeb-tested slim down tips, pick up this week's issue of Life & Style, on newsstands now.
Your life just got exponentially better and more stylish now you've signed up for our newsletter. Fabulousness awaits!