Susan Lucci stays slim with low carb diet and Pilates

Susan Lucci first met her personal fitness trainer Christine Fee more than 15 years ago – and the celebrity soap opera star made her enthusiasm for exercise evident from the get-go, according to Christine.

With more than 25 years of experience as a fitness expert, Christine was able to quickly focus on helping Susan achieve her goal of resembling a ballet dancer in posture and shape.

Christine trained her star client to use light weights with plenty of repetitions. In addition to free weights, she taught Susan to use exercise bands, medicine balls, and other resistance training tools and techniques.

In addition, Susan uses a stability ball and ballet barre. She also relies on Pilates to keep her abdomen and back muscles strong.

How Dancing with the Stars Changed Susan Luci’s Routine

By the time Susan accepted the invitation to “Dance with the Stars,” she had that fabulously slim body fully toned. To help her client achieve her peak condition for the show, Christine incorporated dance moves and cardio. Susan enjoyed additional protein in her diet, and sipped smoothies.

Christine advocates moderation when it comes to food choices. Susan eats lots of fresh vegetables and fruits, as well as protein. For example, her mid-day meal focuses on vegetables and fish.

The basic premise: No sugar, no grains, lots of protein and vegetables. It’s a plan detailed in “Perfect Health Diet: Regain Health and Lose Weight by Eating the Way You Were Meant to Eat.”

Tips From Susan Lucci’s Trainer For You

For those who want to get in shape, Christine recommends combining strength-training with cardio. Both of these fitness forms can be inexpensive, from walking around your neighborhood for cardio to lifting free weights at home in front of the TV.

You can keep your diet changes easy as well just by enjoying more vegetables, fruit and fish, according to Christine. Drink lots of water and avoid all forms of sugar.

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