The 26-year-old British starlet says she’s never had very much self-esteem — until now!
Kelly Osbourne is overflowing with confidence and is beyond thrilled with her perfectly toned bikini body! The reality star graces the December cover of Shape magazine and details how she got the body she’s always wanted! Kelly, who competed on Dancing with the Stars in 2009, says the key to her success really started there.
“He [her dance partner Louis van Amstel] made me eat turkey burgers and salads and explained to me that a high-protein, low-carb diet would keep me energized,” said Kelly.
Kelly entered Oregon’s Hazeldon Alcohol and Drug Rehabilitation Center in 2009 and she says when she left, she kept gaining weight.
“I replaced the drugs with food and just got fatter and fatter,” she says about life after rehab. “I’m an emotional eater. When I get upset, my diet goes out the window.”
But once she lost 20 pounds on DWTS, her trainer Sarah Hagaman created a regiment that achieved her unbelievable look! She even opted to wear a little bit of makeup, and cute outfits to motivate her workouts!
“As vain as it sounds, it really helped me because eventually I stopped hating the way I looked,” she said.
CHECK OUT WHAT KELLY EATS TO STAY SLIM:
- Breakfast: Raisin Bran with lowfat milk or two egg whites with lowfat cheese
- Snack: Sliced cucumbers or dill pickles
- Lunch: Grilled chicken salad with lowfat dressing or chopped salad with lowfat mozzarella and chickpeas
- Snack: Sugar-free Jell-O or Babybel Light cheese
- Dinner: Turkey burger and steamed vegetables or turkey burger with lowfat cheese and a salad with lowfat dressing
- Snack: An apple or a small spinach salad with lowfat dressing
Kelly’s workout routine:
- A brisk walk: two or three times a week, for about five to 10 minutes at a time.
- Up-Down for chest, shoulders and core: Get in a plank position with hands on a Bosu or on the ground and lower your forearm eight to 10 reps.
- Overhead press and squats: By holding two dumbbells in front of shoulders, palms facing away from you. Rise up as you lower the bar six to eight reps.
- Hamstring march: which works your butt and core! Lie faceup with head and shoulders on a Bosu, or on the ground with arms extended at sides and knees bent. Raise hips so body is aligned with shoulders and lift right leg so knee is directly over your hip, then extend leg in front of you 10-12 times.