Kate Hudson
Kate Hudson’s trainer, Nicole Stuart, shares the different exercise routines of the star. Pictured: Actress attends the 2017 Vanity Fair Oscar Party hosted by Graydon Carter at Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts on Feb. 26, 2017. Getty Images/Pascal Le Segretain

Kate Hudson has managed to maintain her impressive figure over the years, and this is all thanks to her hard work. Of course, some of the credit also goes to Nicole Stuart, her longtime trainer, who recently shared the “Bride Wars” star’s secrets to keeping her body fit and in great shape.

Stuart broke down Hudson’s workout and revealed the various routines she performs on a daily basis in an interview with Women’s Health. Here are the different workout routines of the “Almost Famous” star that anyone can try in the comfort of their home.

1. The Roll Down on the Cadillac

Stuart recommended that the Roll Down on the Cadillac should be done as a starter exercise. This is helpful for people with stiff spines as it warms, articulates, lengthens and stretches the spine. To do this at home, she suggets lying flat on the stomach, rolling up and stretching forward. She also explained that the arms should not be used to throw the body back instead of rolling back down slowly.

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2. Advanced Frog

Hudson previously shared a short clip of how to do the Advanced Frog move on her Instagram account. Stuart said that this routine is effective in toning the stomach, torso and gluts. However, she doesn’t recommend this movement for beginners.

2. Hanging Pull-ups

In another photo from Hudson’s Instagram, the “Something Borrowed” star could be seen hanging on bars and doing pull-ups. According to Stuart, this is doable at home. “You can do a backbend over a big ball at home after doing [traditional] pushups on the floor,” said the fitness guru.

4. Decompress

This movement is great for the spine, hips and blood flow circulation. For those who do not own the same equipment that Hudson uses for this routine, you can perform it on a big round ball. Check out how Hudson did this on her Instagram account.

5. Cardio

Stuart explained that you do not need to run long distances to burn calories as any activity that gets the heart rate up will do. Stuart shared that she and Hudson love dancing, which usually burns their calories effectively. They usually do high-intensity dance cardio.

What do you think of Hudson’s workout routine? Are you willing to try these at home? Drop a comment below.