Health & Fit Watch 'Big Bang Theory' Star Kaley Cuoco Throw Down in a New Workout Video
Kaley Cuoco’s trainer shares her workout routine – and 5 moves to try at home
Ryan Sorensen has been working with the "Big Bang Theory" actor for three years.“Kaley’s favorite workouts are the ones that challenge her. Like if she has a hard time doing something at first, she’ll want to do that exercise every single time until she gets it,” Sorensen told TODAY Health.
Whilealways goes hard at the gym, she is clearly not messing around in new workout videos she shared on Instagram.
In a series of Instagram Story videos her trainer Ryan Sorensen debuted on, the 35-year-old actress can be seen getting after it in what looks like a very well equipped home gym. In one clip, she hurls a weighted medicine ball at Sorensen like it’s no big deal. In another, she and her sister Bri are both crushing some cardio. (Bri is going to town on the VersaClimber, while Kaley is sprinting on the treadmill.)
Cut to another clip and you can seeholding the medicine ball again, carrying it over her head, and slamming it onto the ground on one side of her. “If you want that sexy side ab thing…do this… a lot,” the caption reads.
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The next shot shows Cuoco dancing with her back to the camera before hurling the ball over her head, next to the words, “also great for abs, booty, and a good chance of hitting @ryan_sorensen in the face,” she joked.
Cue up the next clip, and Cuoco is doing some footwork up and down a platform. “If you’re an Irish dancer, you’ll be good at this,” she wrote. The final cut shows Cuoco on the VersaClimber while Bri does planks with weights in her hands. “Do what @bricuoco is doing and look like @bricuoco,” she wrote.
Even though she did a bunch of different intervals, Cuoco previously toldthat she tends to latch on to certain workouts. "If I’m doing yoga, we’re doing it every day this week... Then I’m like, 'Oh my god, I have to switch,'" she said. "Then I’m going crazy on SoulCycle... 'Okay, I have to switch.'"
Cuoco has also shared plenty of Instagram videos from other workouts, includingand .
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"There isn't any proven benefit to doing it this way."This year's uptick in dry scooping doesn't have to do with cooldowns or post-gym recovery treatments, but rather has social media users focused on their pre-sweat routine. The supplements in question are usually those sold as pre-workout powders that promise users a boost in energy and cognitive commitment, making a hard workout session that much easier.