Demi Moore Workout & Diet: Transforming Into G.I. Jane
Demi Moore Workout
Demi Moore tapped two different trainers to get in shape for the role, Gregory Joujon-Roche and Stephen Helvenston. She used celebrity trainer Gregory Joujon-Roche for getting in shape, and Navy SEAL instructor Stephen Helvenston to gain that visceral, Navy SEAL mindset while filming.
Demi Moore Workout Monday Routine = Chest & Shoulders
Here’s the Demi Moore workout plan:
- 1 hour cardio on Treadmill (@2% Incline) with Abs Intervals
- 1-2 hours weightlifting: Chest / Shoulders
Here’s the Demi Moore Treadmill Cardio/Abs Routine. Demi Moore’s trainer, Gregory Joujon-Roche suggests using a heart monitor to make sure you’re at the correct heart rate levels.
- Do 20 minutes on Treadmill (@2% Incline)
- After 10 minutes, make sure you’re heart rate is @75%
- After 20 minutes, stop and do these three core abs exercises: (Ab Circuit)
- Accordion Crunches
- Side Bridges
- 2 minutes treadmill @ 85% heart rate (160 BPM)
- Repeat Ab Circuit (4 sets: Abs/2min/Abs/2min/Abs/2min/Abs/5min)
- Do 2 minute sprint between each ab circuit
- After 4th set of abs, end with run on treadmill for 5 minutes @87%
After doing cardio/abs, they would have specific body parts they would work on. They would start each weak with chest / shoulder muscles. Here’s the Monday weightlifting routine. Instead of having a certain number of reps in mind, just do sets of each circuit until you feel “you’ve killed it.”
- One-Arm Push-Up
- Dive Bombers
- Dumbbell Bench Press or (Swiss Ball Push-Ups)
- Advanced Chest Flys
- Cable Flys or (Swiss Ball Incline Flys)
- Military Press
- Shoulder Workout Plan: Lateral Flys
- Front Raises
- Barrel Flys
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Explaining the Single-Arm Push-Up, Demi Moore workout trainer Gregory Joujon-Roche, says:
A ONE-ARMED PUSH-UP DOESN’T COME FROM YOUR SHOULDER. I TELL [DEMI MOORE]. IT COMES FROM YOUR BUTT. FROM YOUR STOMACH. MOST ESPECIALLY, IT COMES FROM THE BIG TOE ON THE OPPOSITE SIDE OF YOUR SUPPORTING ARM. IT’S ALL ABOUT DISTRIBUTING YOUR POWER. IT’S A SUPPORT-SYSTEM MOVE, MORE THAN A POWER MOVE.
TIPS FOR BEGINNERS:
– Put in the effort to planing your meals. Keep things simple and as brainless as possible to keep yourself on track.
-Eat your high carb meal post workout (withing 1 hour after finished workout) Always have your biggest meal around your highest level of activity during the day.
– Don’t kill yourself dieting or cutting out meals- add more movement and activity! This will help ease your mind as you baby step your way into a new healthier long-term lifestyle.
– Don’t obsess over cardio. Try incorporating more weights. Built strength while building a better metabolism!