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Lady Gaga's Workout and Diet: Monster's Ball Shape 5-Factor

By Chris Davis

Intermediate (2-3 years)
134 minutes/day | 5 days/week | 1 weeks
Good for
Women's Fat Loss, Women's Increase Stamina, Women's Tone Body
Bodyweight, Dumbbell, Treadmill

The Lady Gaga workout & diet was inspired by the 5-Factor Fitness health trend. To get in Monster’s Ball shape Lady Gaga tapped celebrity trainer, Harry Pasternack. Pasternack is famous for giving workout and diet advice to many stars, including Lady Gaga. He also helps Katy Perry, Halle Berry, Megan Fox, Eva Mendez, and Rihanna. His workouts for Lady Gaga are short and sweet, but they deliver results fast. The Lady Gaga workout has helped make her the post-modern, pop diva that she is today.

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Week 1

The Lady Gaga workout succeeds in its simplicity. You only have to do a few minutes of cardio, followed by targeted body exercises. These exercises vary by body part. The key is that you work all sides of your muscles. You can do crunches all day, but you won’t see results if you don’t work the sides as well. Quickly varying what body part you work, minimizing rest between sets, and doing cardio (before and after) are the keys. These keys help to make the Lady Gaga workout short, but successful.

1. Jogging-Treadmill
Circuit2A. Dumbbell Bench Press
Dumbbell Bench Press demonstrationPlay Dumbbell Bench Press demonstration
2B. Seated Dumbbell Shoulder Press
Seated Dumbbell Shoulder Press
2C. Biceps Curl To Shoulder Press
Biceps Curl To Shoulder Press demonstrationPlay Biceps Curl To Shoulder Press demonstration
Circuit3A. Tap and Clap Squat
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3B. Bodyweight Jump Squat
Bodyweight Jump Squat demonstrationPlay Bodyweight Jump Squat demonstration
Circuit4A. Crunches
4B. Mountain Climber
Mountain Climber demonstrationPlay Mountain Climber demonstration
5. Jogging-Treadmill
15 - 6060s

Date Created: 2/2/2020, UTC

Last Updated: 4/18/2021, UTC

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