What a waist: Certain exercises can help shape the middle to replicate Amy Adams
In a figure-hugging gown that accentuated her cinched waist, mother-of-one Amy Adams stunned at an awards ceremony recently.
The 42-year-old Golden Globe winner walks or runs a mile a day and says: ‘I work out once a week to maintain muscle mass; that’s important as the years go by, as a woman.’
WHAT TO TRY: The ‘corkscrew’ is a great waist-trimmer.
Lie flat on your back, arms at your sides. Straighten legs, squeeze them together, and slowly lift so they are 45 degrees to your body.
Keep shoulders, head and back flat on the floor. Lean legs slightly to the right, control movement with side-stomach muscles (the obliques).
Squeeze legs together throughout. Return legs to the centre and then lean them to the left. Do three sets on each side without putting legs down.
Looking good! Actress Amy onstage during the The 22nd Annual Critics' Choice Awards in LA
Get it right in white like Amy in Atelier Versace
Amy Adams was a perfect 10 at the Critics Choice Awards tonight and took our breathe away in this sensational gown by Atelier Versace.
Taking cues from Old Hollywood glamour, this gown showcases Amy's decolletage with an off the shoulder bardot neckline that features an alluring cut in the center.
The gown let her curves do all the talking as it cinched her waist before falling into an elegant fishtail skirt that demurely danced across the floor with a subtle train.
Sometimes it's the simple things that make the most impact and Amy's look tonight couldn't be a more perfect example of that.
She kept her accessories to a minimum, wearing simple earrings and decadent rings with a chic pulled back pony tail for the win!
Sadly, Amy's exact dress was a custom- made number for the star but thanks to our favorite high-street labels like Badgley Mischka, Boohoo and Ralph Lauren, we've got all budgets covered!
Fighting fit: Amy is a big advocate of healthy eating and keeping active, which compliment her
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