Also included is a breakdown of all the exercises she performed.
The lead singer of The Pussycat Dolls, Nicole Scherzinger, shared a photo of one of her latest training sessions on Instagram this week. Needless to say, she continues to be the most sought-after woman whenever she appears on the scene. (Spoiler alert: Kate Hudson Just Made a Difficult Pilates Move Look Easy. Try It at Home.)
The frantic video shows Scherzinger performing a variety of workouts while wearing vibrant leggings, blue sneakers, a blue sports bra, and a high bun. The Instagram photo serves as a reminder that practice doesn’t make perfect by playing inspirational speaker Les Brown’s audio in the background. While the singer works through her sweat session, Brown’s voice can be heard in the background saying, “Practice produces improvement.
#mondaymotivation was captioned by Scherzinger, “Hope everyone had a fantastic Monday! Practice creates improvement.
Scherzinger is seen performing a number of exercises in the video. She starts off by performing elevated curtsy lunges from atop a bench, which elevates the lower body action by adding the additional stability needed to keep her balance while stepping up and over the piece of equipment. She then assumes a downward dog position on a mat while touching one hand to her opposite foot in a plank-to-pike reach. This exercise gives her a significant lower back stretch while also putting her upper body strength and core stability to the test as she must hold the position with just three limbs.
The video then quickly switches to a clip of the TV personality performing a frogger, which entails jumping the feet outside of the hips from plank pose and lifting the hands up for a low squat before lowering the hands back to the ground and jumping back into a plank pose. You may have recently seen her acting as a judge on The Masked Singer. She then stands while performing Romanian deadlifts with a staggered stance while gripping a dumbbell in each hand. She balances on her right toes with her right leg just behind her hips as she performs this motion with her left leg slightly forward and her left foot flat on the ground. Her glutes and hamstrings are worked as she lowers the weight toward the ground while maintaining a flat back, then she stands back up.
Paolo Mascitti, who has trained Scherzinger for more than five years and has also worked with Lana Candor and Lesley-Ann Brandt, was tagged in the post by Scherzinger. He tells Shape that if you follow him on Instagram, you’ll see even more of the “Don’t Cha” singer’s workouts, which frequently combine plyometric exercises (also known as leaping exercises) and strength training. Mascitti describes the dancer as “a machine,” adding that she normally works out five days a week and is “a tremendously hard worker.”
She’s quite active and loves to move about, but Mascitti notes that she also enjoys being mentally challenged in addition to physically. Exercises that combine plyometrics and strength training can help with this. He claims that “her discipline is fantastic,” and that “she wants a dynamic workout, so that’s how I keep her interested and that’s how she enjoys her training.” (Up next: Jessica Alba Demonstrated Her Full-Body Workout On Instagram Here’s Exactly How to Do It)
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