We got the skinny on how Gwyn’s personal trainer, Tracy Anderson, is going to help her prepare for a baby body!
It’s no secret that Gwyneth Paltrow wants to have another baby! “I would love to have another child some day,” Gwyn admitted to Ellen DeGeneres on Apr. 28. And when Gwyn wants to get pregnant, she gets proactive about it! She even has a special workout routine that will help her prepare for her next pregnancy.
When she’s getting ready for baby, Gwyn’s personal fitness trainer Tracy Anderson tells us she puts together a special exercise plan for her. “I design custom [workouts] for her, every 10 days she gets a new routine from me,” Tracy told HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY at the The 2nd Annual Bent On Learning Benefit sponsored by alice + olivia in NYC on Apr. 28. “I will take her through that pregnancy!” (When she is ready to get pregnant, that is!)
Like anyone trying to get pregnant, Gwyneth needs to get herself on a schedule. “You need to pick the [work-out] method that you want to have,” Tracy tells us. “If you’re doing that for 3 months prior to your pregnancy, then you can do it all the way through.”
“If you’re having trouble getting pregnant, you don’t want to stress,” Tracy explains. “Exercise is good because it eliminates the toxicity and stress of it. It gets your body moving and it helps you get connected.”
Also, when you exercise, “your endorphins get released,” Tracy adds. Mothers “use pregnancy as an excuse to get fat and to get out of shape and then after pregnancy as an an excuse for why their bodies don’t look good. It doesn’t have to be like that!”
It’s important to remember when you’re trying to get pregnant to be healthy and treat yourself well. Tracy agrees with this, and has seen these points proven true as she’s mentored celebrities like Sarah Jessica Parker and Gwyneth through pregnancy and motherhood.
We wish Gwyn and husband Chris Martin the best of luck and happiness in adding to their family, which now includes their already gorgeous kids Apple, who turns 6 on May 14, and son Moses, 5.
— Lindsey DiMattina