How Jennifer Lopez Plans On Losing Baby Weight

Three hour daily workouts seven days a week mean that the 38 year-old has lost 40lbs – at a rate of 10lbs a week – since having twins Max and Emme in Feburary. A source told Closer that Jennifer Lopez has hired a crack team of nutritionists and personal trainers dubbed her ’120 lb team’ which refers to her target weight of 8 stone 8lbs.

Her workouts consist of Pilates, a one hour cardio workout followed by an hour of weight training. Despite embarking on such a gruelling schedule the 5ft 5 performer has limited her food intake to 1,400 calories a day and banned all carbohydrates.

Source : Female First

Photos : Bauer-Griffin

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  1. Rinoa

    If this is true, it seems a little nuts! I understand wanting to look good but geez, why go so crazy trying to lose all of the weight so fast? 10lbs a week is a lot! Just enjoy the babies!

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  2. kaakie

    sp much for losing the baby weight slowly

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  3. Jailynn

    RIDICULOUS!!!!!

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  4. jamie

    I guess shes not breastfeeding ,she would need more calories then that for twins!

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  5. Dea

    Working out is great post delivery but I think she really is taking this overboard. Freaking 4 am? well guess when other new mothers wake up at 4 am to take care of their newborns, J-Lo has more important priorities.

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  6. Eva_baby

    She’s not breastfeeding. The funny thing is, if she did breastfeed, she’d lose all her pregnancy weight easily without 4am workouts. It really just melts off.

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  7. Laura

    Thank God she doesn’t have kids to get in the way ;(

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  8. sol

    i gave birth twins 9 month ago , and i have 105 pound and a flat belly just 9 day after ’cause when you are a normal people never sleep with newborns twisn and that all you need

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