Took time, motivation, dedication and especially hard work
Victoria, Australia -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/10/2012 -- Kate Hudson, like numerous females, felt the societal pressure to get rid of her increased pregancy weight. Even though the stars in Hollywood drop it all in a matter of weeks, it is still considered a hard job that is also high maintenance. Kate Hudson understood the pressures to get back to her post-baby size, but she also admits that it took plenty of hard work to reach her goal.
In an interview with Star Magazine, Hudson revealed that it was no big feat for her, but it had involved a lot of hard work to get her old body back. She claimed to have devoted six hours everyday towards a full time exercise routine. The star likes to stay alert with Pilates, running, biking and the performing arts.
But it wasn't simply the hard work within the gymnasium that saw the blonde beauty drop the pounds. She admits that calorie counting is her prime tip, however she doesn’t deny herself everything. She states that she loves scones topped with jam and Devonshire cream; she just cannot resist them.
At a time when most people cannot find time in the life to exercise every single day, a small effort goes a long way to prolong health in the long–term.
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