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Star Trainer Tracy Anderson’s A-List Body Secrets

Jupiterimages/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- It’s the New Year and that means its time for the inevitable New Year’s resolution: lose weight.

Celebrity fitness trainer Tracy Anderson, who has helped everyone from Gwyneth Paltrow to Jennifer Lopez and Kim Kardashian sculpt their superstar figures, appeared on ABC's Good Morning America on Wednesday to help you jump start your weight-loss resolutions.  The trainer-to-the-stars shared her tips to get that A-list body you always wanted and stick to your 2013 New Year’s weight-loss goals.

1. Put on Your Dancing Shoes


Believe it or not, dancing is a great way to burn calories, Anderson says.  The trainer taught Paltrow how to do dance aerobics to stay fit since repetitive cardio sessions work the same muscle groups and can make clients bulk up.

2. Switch It Up Every 10 Days

To see results in your body, you have to switch it up.  Anderson recommends changing your workout routine every 10 days because that’s how long it takes for your muscles to “get smart” and stop responding like they once did to the same workouts.

3.  Visualize the Body You Want and Commit to It


Think about the results you want to achieve and find the best path to get there, Anderson says.  Stay focused and don’t wimp out mentally.  You have to really commit to where you want to go.

4. Don’t Be Afraid to Start Small

One of the big excuses for not keeping our resolutions is that we are all too busy.  But to achieve your goals, start small, Anderson says.  Start with 10 minutes of focused exercise a day with a coach.  Walk into a class and take 10 minutes and you can work your way up.

5. Trampolines Are Fun and Can Be Easier on the Joints

The more fun a workout is, the easier it can be to stick with it.  A mini trampoline workout is something everybody can do, Anderson says, and it’s enjoyable.  It’s also easy on the joints.

Copyright 2013 ABC News Radio

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