Family & Relationships Zoe Saldana, 43, Uses Her Epic Core Strength To Crush A Workout In A New IG Video
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- just dropped a brand workout video on Instagram and her core is looking super toned!
- The 43-year-old actress is starting a new workout program and is taking her followers along for the journey.
- Zoe says that despite her busy schedule, she makes time for quick interval workouts to keep her heart rate up throughout the day.
is not messing around when it comes to getting her workouts in. The 43-year-old actress is taking to Instagram to share her journey as she completes her . So far, Zoe has posted two back-to-back videos of her experience, noting that on she was feeling pretty vulnerable but is ultimately open to the process.
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In her most recent, she said, "An example of one of my workouts focusing on functional strength and movement. Doing workouts that get my neuromuscular system to activate has helped my body to work even more efficiently. Nothing better than feeling strong! Thank you @risemovement and @imankarram! Day 4!!!"
Zoe's followers were extra supportive of her with one fan saying, "Get it!????????????????????????????????." Another chimed, "Trying this workout tomorrow ????????."
It looks like Zoe's motivation is contagious. The Guardians of the Galaxy star is no stranger to squeezing in a workout here and there even with a super busy schedule.
In 2017, she told,"...when I 'm shooting, I really don't like to be strict with my workout, since I 'm already putting in 16-hour days. So I do 20-minute intervals either at the gym or at home, where I run in place for 30 seconds, then do squats, then carry a heavy medicine ball a few times in a row until I get my heart rate up."
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And as for her go-to meals, Zoe revealed in an interview withthat she and her family are 80 percent gluten-free. She often eats pizza with cherry tomatoes, arugula, and mushrooms. But aside from that, Zoe typically sticks to fresh meats like organic turkey breasts and grilled fish.
One thing she's committed to is staying anti-diet. In a 2015 post on, Zoe said, "I am going to remove the word 'diet' from my life. I am going to remind myself that it is not about losing weight, it is about being healthy, feeling healthy, for the rest of my life..."
Well said, Zoe.
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How to Establish a Core Strength Routine You'll Actually Stick To .
Core strength is important: We use it when we carry a bag of groceries, get up from the floor, push open a door, or punch a punching bag. But too often, we think of “core” training as something done specifically with crunches or planks. And that’s a shame, because our cores do so much more. © Photo: Pressmaster (Shutterstock) Photo: Pressmaster (Shutterstock) If you do nothing but crunches—thinking you’re going to get a six-pack—you’re being just as short-sighted as somebody who never does any core work because it’s boring or they “forget.” So if you’d like to build a stronger midsection, try thinking about it a little differently.