Nine Things Selena Gomez Did To Get The Body She Has Now

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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.

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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!'”

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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.

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