Many celebrity workout videos are a quick cash grab, while others are well researched and deliver the results they promise. From classic workout videos to the newest releases, discover a few of the best celebrity workout videos.
Whether you’re more into getting Kim Kardashian’s sexy butt or Kelly Rowland’s perfect abs, give these celebrity workouts a try. From Dancing with the Stars to Chuck Norris, here are some of the popular workout videos from Hollywood.
Dancing with the Stars: Dance Off the Pounds
The professional dancers from “Dancing with the Stars” have contributed to many workout videos, but the best rated one is “Dance Off the Pounds”. Kym, Dmitry and Lacey show off three cardio dance routines, that are both fun and effective at helping you tone your body. Whether you prefer Quickstep, Swing or Jive, these effective dance routines don’t disappoint.
Madonna’s Addicted to Sweat
After getting into the fitness business by lending her name to a series of gyms in 7 countries, Madonna teamed up with her personal trainer, Nicole Winhoffer, for “Addicted to Sweat”. While they’re not recommended for beginners, the intense exercise routines from the DVD series are definitely among the best celebrity workout videos.
Kelly Rowland’s Sexy Abs Cardio Sculpt
Created by the former member of “Destiny’s Child” and her personal trainer Jeanette Jenkins, the Sexy Abs Cardio Sculpt demonstrates the exercise routine that keeps Kelly Rowland in great shape. Focus on toning and building muscles while also dropping fat, the video offers an eclectic mixture of many workouts, from kick-boxing to yoga.
Bethenny’s Skinnygirl Workout
After launching the “Body by Bethenny” workout in 2010, Skinnygirl entrepreneur Bethenny Frankel returned one year later with the “Skinnygirl Workout”, a collection of three quick yoga training sessions. It’s definitely one of the best celebrity workout videos that focuses on yoga and it also includes a stretching segment.
Kim Kardashian’s Fit in Your Jeans by Friday
Kim’s series of three workout DVDs focused on helping you get into your favorite jeans fast, is mostly structured around toning your butt.
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The Ultimate Butt Body Sculpt, Amazing Abs Body Sculpt and Butt Blasting Cardio Step DVDs have plenty of great ideas for a very intense lower body workout that might just help you fit into those jeans again.
Mel B’s Totally Fit
The former Spice Girl has always been in great shape, and her workout video shows why. With a 28-day plan that can be followed by anyone from beginners to gym addicts, Mel B delivers one of the best celebrity workout videos, since she focused on burning fat and toning the body with a bit of fun as well.
Chuck Norris’ Private Lesson
This ‘90s bestseller may be outdated when it comes to the neon outfits, but Chuck Norris created the martial arts workout video with female viewers in mind. The video includes a high-energy, low-impact aerobic workout, along with basic self-defense techniques.
Kendra Wilkinson’s Be a Knockout
The former Playboy model turned reality star delivered one of the best celebrity workout videos thanks to its unique mixture of high-intensity exercise and sports. “Be a Knockout” offers 6 workouts that are designed to target your abs, legs and butt.
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Used by the blonde beauty to lose the baby weight after giving birth, the workout video is recommended for any women who want fast results and are willing to put in the work.
The Situation Workout
Mike Sorrentino managed to capitalize on his “Jersey Shore” exposure in many ways, but his abs workout is the most obvious. The video isn’t exclusively targeted towards men, as The Situation is assisted by a man and two women in showing off his five 15-minute express segments.
Carmen Electra's Aerobic Striptease
If you’ve ever wanted to work out while learning some stripping moves, the Carmen Electra’s Aerobic Striptease series is definitely one of the best celebrity workout videos for you. The Playboy star created 5 separates workout videos, with names like “Fit to Strip” and “The Lap Dance”.