Halle Berry Workout Routine

Halle Berry is an American actress, film producer, and former fashion model. Her parents selected her middle name from Halle’s Department Store, which was then a local landmark in her birthplace of Cleveland, Ohio.
Berry was one of the highest paid actresses in Hollywood during the 2000s. She started her acting career with a role in the television series ‘Living Dolls’ before making her transition into films.
She won an Academy Award for Best Actress in 2002 for her performance in the romantic drama Monster’s Ball(2001).
As a teenager she participated in several beauty pageants and won the Miss Teen All American in 1985 and Miss Ohio USA in 1986.


About Halle Berry

  • Born Name :- Maria Halle Berry
  • Born :- August 14, 1966, Cleveland,Ohio, U.S.
  • Occupation :- Actress model film producer
  • Residence :- Los Angeles,California
  • Alma mater :- Cuyahoga Community College
  • Father :- Jerome Jesse Berry 
  • Mother :- Judith Ann Hawkins
  • Spouse :- David Justice (1993 – 1997), Eric Benét ( 2001 – 2005) and Olivier Martinez (2013)
  • Children :- (2) Nahla Ariela Aubry
  • Sun Sign :- Leo
  • Nationality :- American

Body measurements


  • Body shape :- Hourglass
  • Height :-5 ft 5½ in or 166 cm
  • Weight :- 55 kg or 121 pounds
  • Bra size :- 34C (34DD after baby)
  • Cup :- C (DD)
  • Breasts:Waist:Hips :- 36-26-37 inches (91-66-94 cm)
  • Shoe Size :- 7 (US)
  • Hair Color :- Black
  • Eye Color :- Black
Diet


Harley Pasternak, Halle Berry’s trainer, prepared 5 small meals for her each day.
The five factor diet avoids count on calories, carbs, food measuring and painful workouts. The five point diet comprises of eating 5 snacks per day with a 25 minute workout once a week.
Halle Berry would eat 5 Factor meals like:
  • Protein Packed Fruit Salad
  • Pita Pocket Snack
  • Vegetarian Lasagna
Workout Routine


Day 1
  1. Dumbbell Chest Fly (25 reps)
  2. Seated Shoulder Press (25 reps)
  3. Bicep curls into Overhead press (25 reps)
  4. Dumbbell Tap Squats ( 25 reps )
  5. Jump squats (25 reps)
  6. Upper Body Crunches (15 reps)
  7. Mountain climbers (25 reps)
  8. Cardio

DAY 2
  1. Cardio
  2. Single-Arm Dumbbell Rows (25 reps)
  3. Bicep curls into Overhead press (25 reps)
  4. Triceps Extensions (25 reps)
  5. Dumbbell Stiff-Legged Deadlift (25 reps)
  6. Skater’s Lunges (25 reps)
  7. Dumbbell Lateral Flexion / Extension (25 reps)
  8. Supermans (25 reps)
  9. Cardio

DAY 3
  1. Cardio
  2. Dumbbell Bench Press (25 reps)
  3. Dumbbell Chest Fly (25 reps)
  4. Dumbbell Lunges (25 reps)
  5. Jump squats (25 reps)
  6. Reverse Crunches (25 reps)
  7. Mountain climbers (25 reps)
  8. Cardio

DAY 4
  1. Cardio
  2. Seated Shoulder Press (25 reps)
  3. Triceps Extensions (25 reps)
  4. Dumbbell Tap Squats (25 reps)
  5. Calf Raises (25 reps)
  6. Abdominal Twist (25 reps)
  7. Supermans (25 reps)
  8. Cardio


DAY 5
  1. Cardio
  2. Dumbbell Hammer Curls (25 reps)
  3. Bicep curls into Overhead press (25 reps)
  4. Lying Triceps Extension (25 reps)
  5. Dumbbell Stiff-Legged Deadlift (25 reps)
  6. Jump squats (25 reps)
  7. Double Crunches (25 reps)
  8. Cardio


DAY 6 and 7 – Rest




Quote

There have been so many people who have said to me, ‘You can’t do that,’ but I’ve had an innate belief that they were wrong. Be unwavering and relentless in your approach.
-Halle Berry



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