Cameron Diaz is most definitely a fitness idol when it comes to celebrities. When it comes to celebrities, working out is just part of the job. But there are those in the crowd who truly do love working out and the entire idea of health.
I believe that Cameron Diaz is one of those celebrities. Cameron Diaz’s workouts, based on the research I did, appear to be challenging, interesting, and well thought out.
She will be starring in the upcoming film, Bad Teacher. It’s set to be released on June 24th, and the trailer is below. It looks hilarious and I will definitely be seeing it, as I recommend to you!
What you will find below is the research I did on the Diaz workout and Diet.
The Cameron Diaz workout consists of three parts.
Monday: Strength Training
Thursday: Strength Training
This is an example of a 5-day workout week, with strength training and cardio happening more than pilates.
Strength training and cardio are most likely where any questions are, so I will explain them below.
Cameron Diaz’s workouts, more specifically, strength training workouts, are based around compound exercises.
Compound exercises are exercises that work multiple muscles of the body in the same movement, some great examples include:
Any Type of Row Variation
Cameron Diaz’s cardio workouts are focused around anaerobic training, which in most cases, would mean she uses intervals.
Intervals work by alternating periods of high intensity work with low intensity rest. An example of an interval workout I frequently participate in goes as follows:
Walk down hill/Rest 2-3 minutes
Repeat 5-8 times
Meats and Seafood
Variety of fruits
Plenty of vegetables (usually higher than most other types of diets)
Nuts and seeds
Cameron Diaz has also stated that she likes to have a tasty and good sized breakfast to really power her through the day. Judging by her workouts, her breakfasts had to be great to give her energy for that level of intensity.
When it comes to meal frequency and size, listening to your body becomes especially important. If eating a large breakfast doesn’t make you feel well or give you energy, then finding something else that works for you is the right choice.