What Gal Gadot Did To Get In ‘Wonder Woman’ Shape – Gal Gadot Diet


As in gallon. “I drink tons of water,” Gadot told E! It’s a tip her training team echoed to InStyle, suggesting downing a gallon a day to stay hydrated, curb cravings, and stay energized during workouts. 

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To get toned for Wonder Woman, Gadot got into boxing and a variety of martial arts. She also worked with trainer Mark Twight, mixing cardio intervals on the stationary bike and rowing machines with squats, ball throws, and pull-ups to build strength.  

When she’s not training for a role, she stays svelte by paddle boarding and doing TRX, a series of exercises using suspension bands for resistance.

Gadot’s not reaching for cookies when she has a late night snack. She’s all about fresh vegetables, like bell peppers, celery, and cherry tomatoes, along with avocado toast. She often Instagrams snacks like fresh strawberries and tomatoes. 
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One editor who tried Gadot’s Wonder Woman training regimen suggests doing push-ups for 30 seconds, then holding a plank for 30 seconds, repeating the combo four times. That two-minute exercise can tone and strengthen your arms.

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Okay, so Gadot may not eat triple-decker Wonder Woman-inspired burgers, but she does enjoy regular ones from time to time. And chocolate ice cream. “I’m a foodie and I love to experience food, but at the same time I look at food as fuel and I want to give the best to my body,” she told Harper’s Bazaar. “I don’t restrict myself; I can eat everything. It’s all a matter of measurements and quantity of the food.”

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