Lessons From the Red Carpet: How Celebs Stay Healthy

of 4432Photo
  • Mary J. Blige: Swimming Helps Me Stay Fit
  • Omari Hardwick: Playing Sports Taught Me a Lot
  • Tracee Ellis Ross: Take the Steps for a Stronger Heart
  • Kevin Hart: Work Out With Your Friends
  • Traci Braxton: You Can’t Eat Everything You Want
  • President Barack Obama: Quitting Smoking Is Hard
  • Beyoncé: Fitness Is About Your Mindset
  • Jamie Foxx: Protein, Protein, Protein!
  • Kelly Rowland: You Gotta Work Hard
  • Idris Elba: Try Kickboxing for Cardio
  • Tia Mowry: It’s Important to Slow Down
  • Drake: Endurance Is Key for the Long Haul
  • Kim Kardashian: Just Say "No" to Carbs
  • Michael B. Jordan: Rise Above Rejection
  • Keke Palmer: Love Yourself for Who You Are
  • A-List Advice
  • Zoe Kravitz: Black Girls Have Eating Disorders Too
  • Jussie Smollet: We Have to Keep Talking About HIV
  • Angela Bassett: Exercise More Often Than Not
  • Ludacris: Surround Yourself With People Who Work Out, It Will Rub Off
  • Zendaya: Don’t Let People Steal Your Shine With Their Ignorance
  • Chad Coleman: Pumping Iron Is Important
  • Azealia Banks: Call Out the Double Standards in Society
  • Nick Cannon: Put Your Ego Aside and Get a Check-Up Regularly
  • Danai Gurira: You Always Have 20 Minutes to Work Out
  • Kerry Washington: Pilates Is a Game-Changer
  • Nelly: If Anything, Do Sit-Ups and Push Ups
  • Missy Elliott: Losing Weight Can Do Wonders for Other Chronic Issues
  • Anthony Anderson: I’m Vegan-ish
  • Jada Pinkett Smith: Veggies and Chicken Are Everything
  • Mike Epps: Boxing Is No Joke
  • Zoe Saldana: Enjoy Life…and Food
  • Jazmine Sullivan: I’m Big! Now Carry On
  • Naomi Campbell: Yoga Does a Body Good
  • Andre 3000: Eat Your Vegetables
  • Gabourey Sidibe: Love Yourself No Matter What Size You Are
  • Lenny Kravitz: Take Your Workout to Go
  • Halle Berry: Don’t Try Crazy Diets After Giving Birth
  • Terrence J: For Leaner Abs, Eat More Protein and Veggies
  • Lupita Nyong’o: Drink More Water to Get Glowing Skin
  • Brandon Marshall: Don’t Be Afraid to Get Mental Health Help
  • Alicia Keys: Empower Yourself About HIV With Knowledge
  • First Lady Michelle Obama: Strike a Pose
  • 50 Cent: Turn a Bad Situation Into a Good One

Tracee Ellis Ross: Take the Steps for a Stronger Heart

Former Girlfriends star Tracee Ellis Ross reminds us that to maintain a stronger, healthier heart, ditch the elevator and take the steps! She also suggests doing squats when on the phone and doing a few lunges when in the office. “Best of all, each of these suggestions can also lift that booty!” she writes on her blog. 

 (Photo: Bennett Raglin/BET/Getty Images for BET)

More Photo Galleries

Watch on BET.com
Powered By ZergNet