SPF and Sculpting: How Brooke Shields Makes 56 Look Fabulous – Longevity LIVE – Longevity LIVE

“I work out a lot and I always try to stay really fit and really healthy,” Shields says in an interview with Andy Cohen, “[but] the older you get, the harder it is. There are some spots that no matter what I did, no matter how much weight I lost, were still there. They caused me to be insecure.”

WarmSculpting: Shields’ Secret Weapon

Brooke Shields SPF and (Warm) SculptingMany celebrities have opted for plastic surgery and other procedures to turn back the clock, but Shields has revealed that she is wary of altering her face in that manner. She has, however, implemented a nonsurgical body-contouring treatment called WarmSculpting into her anti-aging regimen to help target some of her areas of insecurity: 

“I still need to do all the hard work, and I work out really hard with a trainer. I do yoga and Pilates,” Shields reveals. “WarmSculpting doesn’t profess to have large-scale changes. It’s not a weight-loss program—it was just basically there to help me deal with the stubborn areas that were not budging after two children.”

WarmSculpting uses laser energy to target and combat fat cells, and the model states that it has really helped her with her confidence in aging. 

Work The Mini Muscles

However, as Shields mentioned, she still does all the work when it comes to staying in shape, and after checking out some of her At Home IGTV workouts, we can confirm that that work is hard.

Following knee-surgery in 2018, Shields completely revamped her style of exercising, replacing grueling, heavy-weight workouts with equally grueling exercises that target the smaller muscles: 

“I started working on little individual muscles, and sort of shaping the muscles that don’t really get attention,” she explained in an interview with Today. “You don’t have to deadlift 100 pounds. You can do small, teeny movements to activate these little muscles that actually wrap around other bigger muscles, and they tighten them all in.” 

The model’s workout routine consists of a series of Pilates-inspired strengthening exercises, often just using body weight. These can be seen on her Instagram, @brookeshields, where she shares her workouts and progress with her followers. 

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SPF and Sculpting: How Brooke Shields Makes 56 Look Fabulous – Longevity LIVE – Longevity LIVE

“I work out a lot and I always try to stay really fit and really healthy,” Shields says in an interview with Andy Cohen, “[but] the older you get, the harder it is. There are some spots that no matter what I did, no matter how much weight I lost, were still there. They caused me to be insecure.”

WarmSculpting: Shields’ Secret Weapon

Brooke Shields SPF and (Warm) SculptingMany celebrities have opted for plastic surgery and other procedures to turn back the clock, but Shields has revealed that she is wary of altering her face in that manner. She has, however, implemented a nonsurgical body-contouring treatment called WarmSculpting into her anti-aging regimen to help target some of her areas of insecurity: 

“I still need to do all the hard work, and I work out really hard with a trainer. I do yoga and Pilates,” Shields reveals. “WarmSculpting doesn’t profess to have large-scale changes. It’s not a weight-loss program—it was just basically there to help me deal with the stubborn areas that were not budging after two children.”

WarmSculpting uses laser energy to target and combat fat cells, and the model states that it has really helped her with her confidence in aging. 

Work The Mini Muscles

However, as Shields mentioned, she still does all the work when it comes to staying in shape, and after checking out some of her At Home IGTV workouts, we can confirm that that work is hard.

Following knee-surgery in 2018, Shields completely revamped her style of exercising, replacing grueling, heavy-weight workouts with equally grueling exercises that target the smaller muscles: 

“I started working on little individual muscles, and sort of shaping the muscles that don’t really get attention,” she explained in an interview with Today. “You don’t have to deadlift 100 pounds. You can do small, teeny movements to activate these little muscles that actually wrap around other bigger muscles, and they tighten them all in.” 

The model’s workout routine consists of a series of Pilates-inspired strengthening exercises, often just using body weight. These can be seen on her Instagram, @brookeshields, where she shares her workouts and progress with her followers. 

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