Selena Gomez has been working out with the trainer Amy Rosoff Davis – who has not only been looking after the singer's fitness but also her diet and lifestyle – for about a year.
Since starting last spring, the singer has worked out with Rosoff Davis anywhere from three to five days a week, and in the last couple of months before the start of the Revival tour, they were exercising seven days a week for up to two hours at a time — on top of which Gomez was doing back-to-back run-throughs of her 90-minute show.
Here, the trainer has spilled all the secrets on how Gomez got the body she has now.
3. Switch from fast food to whole food
Gomez speaks with pride about eating like she’s from Texas. “She loves Tex-Mex and fast food that I would normally not condone,” the trainer said. “I will walk onto the tour bus and smell fast food, throw it in the trash, and hand her a carrot and hummus.” Changing Gomez’s eating habits has helped a lot in shaping her physique, Rosoff Davis said. “She responds really quickly. We’ll do barely any ab exercises and two days later, I’m like, ‘Whoa!'”
Rosoff Davis has been incorporating more whole foods and healthy organic ingredients into Gomez’s meals. Here’s a breakdown of what she might eat in a day:
Breakfast: half of a healthy breakfast burrito of scrambled eggs, chorizo, avocado, rice and beans; or, full-fat Greek yogurt and granola.
Lunch: a power salad of turkey, avocado and beans, with a home-made dressing of red-wine vinegar, olive oil, Dijon mustard and lemon juice.
Dinner: marinated Asian-style cucumber, salmon or chicken, avocado and teriyaki sauce over rice; or sushi.
Gomez also has a juicer in her dressing room so she can have a juice before she goes on stage. She has been making her juices with cucumber, carrot, kale and ginger.