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How Carrie Underwood Lost 30 Lbs Of Baby Weight — Exact Workout

Wed, October 14, 2015 2:18pm EDT by Dory Larrabee 3 Comments
Carrie Underwood Workout

Carrie Underwood looks amazing after having a baby, and now she’s spilling her 30-minute mommy workout you can do in your own home.

Carrie Underwood, 32, is spilling her get slim secrets for the November issue of Shape magazine. She admits: “I will take any type of workout I can get, whenever I can get it,” and that includes high intensity interval sessions while baby Isaiah sleeps.

“After I had Isaiah, my goal was to take control of my body again. I was lucky: I gained only 30 pounds, which is the recommended amount, and I exercised throughout my pregnancy. I did have a C-section, which meant waiting six weeks before working out. Within 20 days, though, I was able to begin walking slowly on the treadmill and around my neighborhood. It felt so good to be active! Now we box and we hike trails, among other things. I like to continually mix up my routines to stay motivated,” she admits.

“My favorite workout is Tabata, which I can do at home in about a half hour. I’m in love with it! It’s hard, but it really works. I choose seven different exercises, like squats, lunges, or pushups, and do eight rounds of each — 20 seconds on, 20 seconds off for eight rounds. It really revs up my metabolism. When I’m done, I can handle anything.”

Carrie Underwood’s Workout — Why She Created Her Own Workout Line

“Since I exercise almost every day, I like wearing clothes that look just as good on the street as they do at the gym. I’ve always been an athletic-wear fanatic, but everything I owned was either super-functional and not cute, or really frilly and not right for my workout. I need exercise clothing that I can actually work out in but that also looks great if I meet a friend for coffee afterward. That’s why I created Calia…and now I wear it everywhere,” she told Shape.

“I’m vegan and I love bread, but recently, I started making dinner a breadless meal. I’ll have a bowl of oatmeal for breakfast, and I’ll make a sandwich on Ezekiel bread for lunch, but in the evening I’ll have protein and vegetables and no bread. When I wake up, my belly is flat!”

Will you try Carrie’s at-home workout?

— Dory Larrabee-Zayas