Heidi Klum Celebrity Diet, Workout, and Weight Loss Secrets

Heidi Klum’s Healthy Lifestyle

Heidi Klum Diet and Exercise

This Super Model’s body philosophy keeps her in runway shape all the time. Heidi actually does workout and she does eat! Heidi is one of the most famous “Victoria Secret Models“. She is envied for her womanly curves and how quickly she bounced back into perfect form after having her children. What is her secret to looking so great? Keep reading to find out.

Heidi Klum’s Diet

Heidi Klum follows David Kirsch’s diet plan, which is low calorie, and low carbohydrate.

Heidi Klum’s Exercise

Heidi follows a Strict program of cardio and strength training.

The Workout David Kirsch Style:

  • 2 minutes Light stretching, including Good Mornings and Good Mornings with Knee Bends.
  • 1 minute Jumping Jacks, 30 seconds David’s Platypus Walks.
  • 1 minute Shadowboxing with Crossovers.
  • Uppercuts and Knee Bends.
  • 1 minute Plie Squats with Calf Raises.
  • 2 minutes Reverse Lunges.
  • 1 minute Squat Thrusts.
  • 1 minute Scissors Reverse Crunches.
  • 2 minutes David’s Donkey Deluxe.
  • 1 minute Bench Stepups
  • 1 minute Pushups.

This routine ran through once with very light weights or no weight at all. Then take a 2 or 3 minute rest and then run through the routine again. Then repeat the whole sequence 2 to 4 times more with ankle weights and dumbbells. The entire program should last 45 minutes to an hour and a half.

Heidi Klum’s Quotes

I was never a skinny, skinny type the more I tried, the worse it was. I’d think about food more than ever, They’d say You have to lose weight, and I’d be like, All I can think about is muffins! I don’t want to get too skinny. I still want to have a round, womanly figure.”

Heidi talks about her fitness regiment after the birth of her daughter “I do love the protein shakes (David Kirsch’s,) and I have been going o the gym a few days a week to exercise, but I’m using moderation. I eat sensibly, and I rest when I can and work out lightly. It’s actually not recommended to exercise until at least six weeks after you give birth, so I guess you could say I was on a modified version of the two-week plan. I definitely saw results very quickly, even with the amount that I did do. I went to a fitting for a gorgeous dress to wear to the CFDA Awards event just five weeks after giving birth. By the time the event rolled around a week later, I was already smaller, and the dress had to be taken in at the last fitting.”

“I don’t honestly love working out, but I do it because I know it’s good for me, that it’s necessary in my line of work, and that it does give me an energized, positive feeling afterward. It’s the getting there that’s tough! “

“I think I have pretty good nutrition and fitness habits, and actually, it’s my lifestyle in general. I don’t go overboard with anything. I eat what I want, but not loads of anything unhealthy. And I exercise when I can, but not every single day or when I’m exhausted. “