Let’s be real - Beyonce quite literally won the Grammy Awards. Aside from making history with her awards won on music’s biggest night, it’s no secret that the superstar stole the show with her curve-hugging, black leather mini dress by Schiaparelli Haute Couture. But to look that good, you have to work twice as hard.
Queen Bey hits it hard in the gym to maintain her iconic physique, and now that events are slowly starting to reopen, we can’t wait to see how Beyonce’s 2021 fashion continues to evolve, and how her fitness goals have adapted in the wake of COVID-19. Here’s what the record-breaking artist is doing to stay at the top of her game:
Beyonce never misses her upper body and core work regimen, and she’s all about building strength - which is why she's a Lagree Fitness fan as well!
According to her trainer and nutritionist, Marco Borges, she also utilizes boxing materials and big weight ropes to achieve optimal results with her interval workouts.
To replicate her workouts at home, weighted alternating dumbbell punches are great moves to get your whole upper body working hard.
Clean eating is key for the “Black Is King” star. She has tried multiple trends - the Master Cleanse, plant-based eating, and more - and is always proving to be an advocate for healthy and balanced eating. Beyonce knows her body is a temple, and she treats it as such!
Relying on just your own body weight can be very effective for toning and trimming - just as Beyonce! The “Lemonade” songstress loves incorporating easy and doable exercises into her routine, ones that can be accomplished from anywhere, at any time. When you’re always on the go like Beyonce and may not have access to gyms or excessive workout materials, calisthenics is crucial.
Beyonce’s workout regimen is no joke - according to her trainer, she exercises 5x weekly, followed by 45 minutes of weight training. Plus - when the performer is in tour mode, she’s practising choreography 7 times a week, for 9 hours a day.
When it comes to weight lifting, Beyonce mixes it up - she does bench presses, push ups, military presses, and weighted lunges and squats to keep it all tight and right!