- Jennifer Lopez is set to perform at the Super Bowl 2020 Halftime Show with Shakira.
- The star often posts her intense fitness routines and pictures of her sculpted muscles on Instagram.
- Her routine includes a variety of training techniques, including heated workouts, dedicated abs routines, and more.
I, for one, have been counting down the days, hours, and minutes until J.Lo and Shakira take the stage for the Super Bowl Halftime Show. Let’s just say I can’t wait to see J.Lo “set the world on 🔥🔥🔥.”
I’m definitely looking forward to the songs and the choreo—but I’d be remiss if I didn’t mention that I’m also eager to see J.Lo show off the bod she keeps in such great shape. The star’s go-to fitness buddy/fiancé is A-Rod, and the two are both constantly posting and talking about their exercise and diet habits on social media and during interviews.
Watching J.Lo totally smash a workout is almost as entertaining as one of her concerts, Super Bowl Halftime Show not included.
In addition to adorable couples’ workouts, J.Lo is a big fan of TruFusion. The studio specializes in heated workouts with power, yin, aerial or vinyasa yoga, battleropes, boxing, bootcamp, cycling, kettlebells, barre, Pilates, and TRX, all on the schedule. (Phew.)
J.Lo has said on social that she often focuses on a trio of muscle groups in her workouts. In fact, J.Lo posted an Instagram story of her pre-show prep workout showing off how she works the three b’s: biceps, back, and booty. She also hits both arms simultaneously with high cable curls.
J.Lo of course works on her abs, too. Her trainer told O, the Oprah Magazine that J.Lo’s typical core workout starts with a set of 50 hanging abs raises, 50 rope crunches, and 50 incline sit ups with a 45-pound plate. Note the key word starts… That’s one set, then J.Lo does a second set with 35 reps and a third set with 21 reps.
That definitely doesn’t sound easy, but it’s nothing compared to her pole dancing training for Hustlers. J.Lo said, “This was definitely one of the hardest things I’ve ever done physically.” The superstar worked with the film’s lead choreographer Johanna Sapakie (nbd, she’s performed with Cirque du Soleil) and trained on a pole installed in her own living room.
One of her trainers, David Kirsch, told People in 2017: “She’s genetically blessed, she’s physically gifted with an incredible amount of physical energy, but also this beautiful amount of mental and emotional energy. She’s very connected to her body, and she’s got crazy discipline.”
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