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It’s so hard to train like Margot Robbie for a week

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I tried losing weight with Margot Robbie’s workout for a week and was overwhelmed by how hard it was.

According to Robbie’s trainer, Andie Hecker, the actress rigorously trained two to three hours a day, five days a week, for her role in Suicide Squad.

The Australian star uses exercises for the lower body, such as ballet jumps, for a slim body and tight butt.

Margot Robbie showed in films like “Suicide Squad” and “I, Tonya” how she can transform her figure with strenuous training.

Robbie’s trainer, Andie Hecker, described the star’s workout, which takes place two to three hours a day, five days a week, as “very intense” and said that she “wouldn’t recommend it as the norm for someone who’s not an athlete “.

Since most people (including myself) don’t have time to train for three hours, I chose some of the exercises that Hecker shared. Aiming to develop a strenuous one-week workout routine that includes both ballet and Pilates movements and effectively helps you lose weight.

It was like training like Margot Robbie for a week.

Warning: Just because a certain workout works for a celebrity doesn’t mean that it works for you (or me).

This is what my Margo Robbie workout looked like

Robbie’s training was tough

Hecker warned the fans that Robbie’s training was not for the faint of heart. But I wasn’t expecting it to be so exhausting. At first glance, the exercises seemed to be tightening and shaping. However, I was surprised at how sore my body was despite the low weights I used.

Although I compressed Robbie’s three-hour workout into an approximately one-hour routine, it was still an effective workout. I especially enjoyed training some muscle groups that I never really focused on.

At the end of the week, my abs looked more defined. However, the biggest change I saw in my legs, which felt strong and slim from the hips to the toes.

I definitely don’t think it is feasible for a normal person to exercise three hours a day four times a week. In addition, not everyone has access to the Pilates equipment that Robbie uses. However, with some minor adjustments, most people can easily incorporate some of Robbie’s movements into their exercise routines.

In the future, I personally will definitely supplement classic squats with at least ten ballet jumps.

This article has been translated from English by Dilara Acik. You can find the original here.


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