Jessica Simpson has dropped over 60 pounds in a little over six months and has fans and spectators wondering how she managed to lose the astonishing amount of weight.
Photo after photo of the 32-year-old mom has shown just how dramatic her weight loss has been… and all in just a matter of months.
Every mother knows that the hardest weight to lose is post-pregnancy weight, but Simpson has managed to drop the pounds rapidly and is currently only a mere 10 pounds heavier than she was before getting pregnant.
“After having the baby, I’ve had to really, really focus and start training,” the Jessica Simpson Collection designer told “Good Morning America” back in September.
The mother of baby Maxwell has been able to stay focused, change her eating habits, and has been training with one of the best fitness trainers that money could buy.
Although Simpson is indeed one of the new faces of Weight Watchers she can’t give all the credit to dieting program.
Her personal trainer Harley Pasternak – who has also whipped Megan Fox and Jennifer Hudson into tip top shape – has a masters degree in exercise physiology and nutritional sciences from the University of Toronto and even obtained an honors degree in kinesiology from the University of Western Ontario.
The world renowned fitness trainer, nutritional expert, and best selling author put together a five phase exercise program that has been proven time and time again to deliver incredible results.
The first phase is a cardio warm-up followed by upper body strength training and then lower body strength training. The fourth phase is one of the most dreaded phases which tackles the core before finally cooling down with more cardio.
The scientifically proven exercise regimen has given the mother of one an incredible beach body in a short amount of time and Simpson is going to do whatever it takes to keep it that way.
Despite the fact that she already looks amazing, she is still focused on losing those last ten pounds and has even given up her favorite pregnancy obsession – macaroni and cheese.