Actress, model and businesswoman Olivia Palermo had a surprising entrance at the Elle Gourmet Awards night. She did it with a red mini dress with a cape and flowing sleeves with which she had spectacular sculpted legs at 37 years old. The socialite has been a fashion benchmark for all of us for years, but now, more than ever, she has shown that she is also a reference in the fitness world. Although we have known Olivia, she has always been in shape, in recent months we have focused on the businesswoman for dedicating hours and hours to a type of training that we have recently had the opportunity to learn about thanks to our section of the ‘Coach of the month’.
Olivia Palermo’s leg sculpting workout
As we told you, we know what the training of the model Olivia Palermo. Its about tracy anderson methodthe North American trainer who has been a world fitness benchmark for years and whose training sessions are characterized by being made up of many sequences of movements in which you involve all muscle groups in order to work or emphasize a specific area in each session. It is a discipline that we know well because María Alonso, trainer of the method at the Tracy Anderson center in Madrid, accompanied us during the month of June to show us what this method was all about. Below we leave you the routine that she prepared for us to define thighs and buttocks and work legs.
Olivia Palermo’s routine to sculpt legs
Eva Machón is a digital editor, an expert in fashion, beauty and a healthy lifestyle. No cool sneaker has escaped her radar, no celebrity look has gone unnoticed.
He is a specialist in covering red carpets to look for the most defined abs but he does not get ruffled if he has to try the toughest CrossFit exercises that have to be done to achieve them. Now, what she likes most about her job is having the opportunity to snoop around in the beauty bag of celebrities and ask everyone (she never forgets) for her favorite beauty trick.
No one better than her knows what it’s like to spend hours diving on social networks in search of trends and new products that she can test to write her reviews and give her opinion on the topic that is most current with her friends (why not say so). In her spare time, she takes advantage of the time to exploit her creativity stitch by stitch in her embroidery workshop, unleash energy giving everything in her dance classes and disconnect with a good crime novel accompanied by her two cats.
Eva Machón graduated in Advertising and Public Relations from the Complutense University of Madrid and since then she has worked as an editor in different lifestyle-themed digital magazines. She has been associated with Women’s Health for more than 4 years.