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Beyonce Trainer Holiday Fitness Tips

Beyonce Trainer Holiday Fitness Tips - Singer Beyoncé is known for being "bootylicious," and many females seem to want to emulate her body style. Now women can get an idea of how to do that, thanks to her personal trainer who recently offered fitness tips on staying healthy during the holidays, something many people might need right about now.

Nov. 23, 2010 - New York, New York, U.S. - Singer/actress BEYONCE KNOWLES attends the Lorraine Schwartz '2B Happy' Jewelry Launch held at Lavo. © Red Carpet Pictures According to a report from Popeater, Beyoncé's fitness trainer is Marco Borges. Borges works with several other famous females in Hollywood, including Shakira and Gwen Stefani. He has written the book "Power Moves: The Four Motions to Transform your Body for Life," currently selling on Amazon. He recently offered five great tips for holiday diet and exercise success.

Beyonce Trainer Holiday Fitness Tips

One of Marco's tips is to plan ahead by snacking on healthy proteins and fats prior to parties. That will help curb one's appetite to prevent overeating at the party. He also suggests getting to the gym early before the rest of the day's activities, to encourage healthier behavior the rest of the day.

Borges also suggests to practice "living healthy" rather than dieting. Marco believes when people are focused on a diet they tend to feel deprived, whereas an attitude of healthy living helps people continue with their routine with more power.

Beyonce Trainer Holiday Fitness Tips

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