Jennifer Love Hewitt Weight Loss, Diet, Workout

Jennifer Love Hewitt Weight Loss, Diet, Workout

Jennifer Love Hewitt‘s weight loss of 18 pounds is hardly surprising. Hewitt denies that her sudden weight loss has anything to do with the Hollywood’s pressure to look thin, but I think there is a connection.

Hewitt can deny it all she wants, the reality is this: in Hollywood, it does not matter whether or not you are actually overweight, if you are perceived as being overweight and or unfit, you just not going to get the job you want, and she knows it.

So how did Jennifer Love Hewitt lose weight? No surprises there, she changed her diet and started taking exercise seriously.

Jennifer Love Hewitt’s diet Hewitt started her weight-loss program on a 1,500- to 1,800-calorie-a-day diet, but now sticks to a daily 1,200 to 1,500 calories. “You reassess every couple weeks as the weight drops,” says her personal trainer, Sant’Angelo, who keeps her client munching on whole grains (but only until 2 P.M. or 3 P.M., to maintain energy and prevent late-night snacking), protein, veggies and fruit.

Breakfast 2 servings of mixed fruit (like 2 oranges, 1 grapefruit or 6 oz of strawberries, blueberries or raspberries) and 1 cup of low-fat Greek yogurt or ¾ cup of cottage cheese.

Snack Apple with 1 to 2 tbsp of natural peanut butter.

Lunch Turkey sandwich with lettuce, tomatoes, sprouts, 1/2 tsp mayo and 1/2 tsp mustard on Ezekiel sprouted bread.

Snack 2 Laughing Cow 2 oz cheese cubes and 3 cups of mixed greens, carrots and broccoli.

Dinner 8 oz roasted chicken breast or fish with 2 cups of veggies, such as steamed artichokes, wok-seared mushrooms and snow-pea pods.

Jennifer Love Hewitt’s workout Hewitt’s workouts last for about 1 hour and she does them three to four times a week.

Warm-up Ten minutes of cardio (think jumping rope or running forward, backward and sideways on the treadmill).

Toning For 45 minutes, Hewitt does a kettlebell-focused workout that includes the following: one-arm military presses using 18-pound cast-iron bells, bicep curls with 15-pound bells paired with squats, single-leg touch-downs with a tricep kickback using 18-pound bells and jumps holding 15-pound bells (three sets of 15 reps each). She ends with three one-minute full-body planks.

On her own Hewitt’s solo hour-long workout begins with 40 minutes of cardio, such as roller skating (her favorite), incline training on the treadmill or swimming. Next, she targets her upper body with three sets each of 15 pushups, three-minute body planks and one-minute bicycle crunches.

For her lower body, Hewitt does 25 lunges on each leg (three sets), tones her inner thighs and core by lying on her back with hands underneath the tailbone and opening and closing legs in a Y position (three sets of 50 reps) and ends with three sets of 50 donkey kicks. [via]

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13 Responses to “Jennifer Love Hewitt Weight Loss, Diet, Workout”

  1. Kelly Says:

    If Jennifer wanted to lose the weight because of the criticism, don’t you think she would have lost it RIGHT AFTER THE CRITICISM HAPPENED IN 2007?!?!?!

  2. AINSLEY Says:

    Can everyone just please give the girl a break? We are so quick to judge others and their actions rather than first placing ourselves in their shoes. Ask yourself (if you were famous and the tabloids were making money off you by taking unflattering photographs and then laughing about it) how you might behave? Most people would definitely have a quick comeback (whether from anger or hurt). We are all human afterall. And then what would you do? I think people should spend less time insulting and judging others and more time looking at themselves to find more ways to be happy and at peace. When we judge others, we are really judging ourselves. Kelly, you also bring up a good point.

  3. Zara Says:

    To be honest, I think she looked great before the weight loss, she looked healthy, not that she looks bad now. I agree with ainsley!

  4. Olivia Says:

    i agree with kelly,ainsley and zara,

    every one is way to quick to judge and its all very easy for them to point the finger,

    Jennifer looked beautiful then and now and for people to call her fat its just awful, shes a healthy looking women and people should leave her be, what kind of message is it sending out

  5. hailey Says:

    like u would do any better in the spotlight.

  6. Marsha Says:

    You know what! She looks beautiful both before and after! Not alot of people can say that for themselves. So she is a winner anyway you look at it, and that’s coming from a winner if I must say so myself!!!

  7. Steph Says:

    For goodnessake this is just basic kindergarden bullying of pointing and calling people fat! How can we teach our children not to be rude and call people names and to see inner beauty when we ourselves are doing just that. Its only socially done because its annonymous. But the truth is no matter how good she looks her life must be so boring because all she does is work out and stop herself eating what she likes and if she doesnt people will labbel her cruel names. She seems like such a lovely person and I just wish all this celebrity culture would end because we are never going to be able to stop labelling if we are still staring at celebrities all day.

  8. Jannie Says:

    Just typed every meal into my calorie calculator. According to the calculations she’s not eating more than 1000 calories a day – tops! That’s not much.

  9. sharon Says:

    Why is it that we try to teach children not to be mean, rude and disrespectful to others. But adults, particularly the press and some so called respectable publications think it’s ok to humilate people just because they can. Why is this acceptable behaviour. Leave Jennifer alone for hevans sake. She is a woman who is not a size zero = she is a healthy weight, and for all the critisms, is a woman with a very successful career. wether Jennifer lost the weight before or after the horible press intrusion is of no concern of anybody else. We should be applauding people like her who even with the weight loss is not stick thin, she is a credit to herself and a good role model. Leave her alone and get a life.

  10. brad Says:

    Damn. That woman would be hot with 50 MORE pounds. I couldn’t give a rip. She’d still be hot. Both photos look equally hot, because she’s Jennifer Love Hewitt. She is the perfect woman.

  11. norie Says:

    I agree with Zara plus she looks hotter before. Now when I see her pictures it is like in my mind ‘oh she is skinny’ before was ‘wow she is sexy’

  12. Sandy Says:

    Diet and exercise is not always for looks! Sometimes it is for the real reason we need to monitor calories and exercise – to be fit and healthy!

  13. Kimber Says:

    Jennifer is gorgeous. She should be proud of her body. She is a good role model for teenage girls like myself. Rather than starving myself to death trying to look as skinny as certain other celebs, and thinking that I’m not pretty if i don’t look like them, instead I can think of what a banging bod JLH has. Again. She is GORGEOUS.

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