Kim Kardashian’s personal trainer reveals how to transform your body with just FIVE MINUTES a day

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Trainer to the stars Senada Greca has worked with some high profile celebrities in her time – and according to the fitness expert, getting a Hollywood figure is only five minutes a day away.

STARS SHE HAS WORKED WITH

The personal trainer, who has worked with stars such as Kim Kardashian and Miranda Kerr, appeared on the Jay Shetty’s On Purpose podcast, where she shared her tricks to building healthy habits.

Senada, who is also the founder of the app ReRise, offered advice to those unsure as to how to kick off their own fitness journey.

HOW TO TRANSFORM YOUR BODY

‘I always say start small,’ she advised. ‘One step at a time.’

‘Start with 20 minutes, start with five minutes, or even one minute it – and then build that habit,’ Senada suggested. 

The fitness guru explained that this was about creating a consistent habit ‘day after day.’

CREATE A CONSISTENT HABIT

‘A lot of the time we think that motivation is what is needed and it is not,’ she shared.

The expert explained that basically, building healthy habits comes down to making it more accessible for you to make your own healthy decisions.

‘It’s that habit that we create on a daily basis,’ she quipped. 

Senada also spoke about the importance of creating a routine, suggesting working out at the same time every day and making it as easy for yourself as possible.

‘If you’re going to the gym then lay out your workout clothes, lay out your shoes the night before – some people actually even wear their workout clothes to sleep because it eliminates another step,’ she suggested.

‘So how can you make it more accessible and easy for yourself to to accomplish that?’ the fitness expert added. ‘Don’t leave it up to chance for later in the day.’

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Senada acknowledged that working out for only five minutes seems like a miniscule amount to start off with, but says it’s the building block for a steady foundation to create a solid habit when working out.

‘That’s what’s key about making fitness a long a lifelong activity, because I see it as not a sprint – it’s a lifelong marathon,’ she pointed out.

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