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Rachel McAdams thinks toned muscles "are for wimps".
The actress, who appears alongside Eric Bana in new movie 'The Time Traveler's Wife', refuses to spend hours working out as she is happy with her body the way it is.
She said: "In the movie, after Eric comes back from time travelling, he doesn't have a stitch on. I don't think he went to the gym to get ready for those scenes. Eric comes pre-pumped. "I personally think you can have a really rich and full life with no abs. Abs are for wimps."
He said: "Abs are for people with no friends. I don't do the ab thing. I've even had them once, actually, for a film, and they were always covered up. That was a waste of time. There's so much more to enjoy in life."
Despite Rachel's reluctance to work out, the 30-year-old actress - who plays Clare Abshire in the film, an artist who falls in love with Eric's character, time traveller Henry DeTamble - has no problem stripping off for a role.
She explained to Parade.com: "When you're playing a fictional character, it's as normal and mundane as eating breakfast. What bothers me is our culture's obsession with nudity. It shouldn't be a big deal, but it is. I think this overemphasis with nudity makes actors nervous. There's the worry about seeing one's body dissected, misrepresented, played and replayed on the internet."
The 33-year-old actress is passionate about biking andyoga (she has previously said she practices Kundalininearly every morning) and also founded a blog called “Green is Sexy," which is full of tips on how to live life to the greenest.
Gotta love a gal who is kind to both her body and the environment—and looks impossibly amazing in everything she wears on the red carpet, to boot. So with her newest romantic drama The Vow hitting theatres today (February 10) we were inspired to take a vow ourselves to get the scoop on her diet and .
Strength and conditioning coach Jerry Owen, who has trained McAdams in the past, describes the Hollywood star as extremely hard-working—and of course, we’re not surprised!
“She’s very athletic, moves very fluidly, and never needed a lot of correction in her ,” he says. “We found a way to work out every day, even if we had to do it at 4 a.m.”
With McAdams, Owen—who is currently training four world-champion fighters—focused on shorter bursts of exercise with higher-intensity circuits
“Going at a steady rate for an hour isn’t improving your cardiovascular system,” Owen says. “With a shorter, more intense exercise, is forced to tap into its fat storage to get a more sustainable energy force. Studies prove this quick, high-intensity method burns more fat.”
We’ll get to more of McAdams’ workout later (hint…it’s definitely a toughie!) but when it comes to her diet, we’re guessing it was equally as intense. But we've got some some good news: Owen doesn’t believe in low-fat diets.
“I have all my clients rid their cabinets of low-fat foods because they tend to it,” Owen says. “I believe everything in moderation. Eat and enjoy red meat, take in plenty of leafy greens and coniferous veggies… just make sure a protein and fat is in every meal. And if you’re going to havecomplex carbs, it’s better to have them first thing in the morning.”