Gabrielle Allyse Reece (born January 6, 1970) is an American professional volleyball player, sports announcer, fashion model and actress. As a model, she had graced the cover of several fashion, fitness and sports magazines. She is married to surfer Laird Hamilton. In 1989, she was named by ELLE magazine as one of the five most beautiful women in the world.
Gabrielle Reece Weight?
170 lbs or 77 kg
Gabrielle Reece Height?
6′ 3″ (191 cm)
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Gabrielle Reece Diet
Gabrielle Reece talks about how our life is becoming more complicated. We need to simplify some of our daily habits to help us survive healthily. Some of her tips include eating fruits, vegetables, and protein, drinking water as a means of hydration instead of the sugary drinks that makes us heavier.
I start every day with a smoothie but it’s not like a drink for me, my smoothies are thick and foody. They have to be filling to get me through my workout. Smoothies are also a good opportunity to add nutrients–like iron and protein–that you may be missing in your diet and mask them with other flavors.
Nutrilite protein powder, peanut butter, berries, almond milk and bananas–anything that will help sustain me through my morning workout.
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Gabrielle Reece wrote that Tufts University did a study and found that 91% of women experience cravings. Your brain is searching for something to make it feel good and most likely will continue to push you until you find that release. One of the biggest reasons we have cravings is we are not eating enough calories throughout the day. Nutritionists will tell you that calorie restriction will often lead to binge eating. Avoid this situation by eating a healthy and balanced diet. If you get cravings, have a bite of the food you are craving for or take a few pieces. Go for the real deal and avoid fat-free or imitation versions.
Gabrielle Reece Workout
Supermodel and master volleyball player Gabrielle Reece has a great new workout to burn that cellulite off those unwanted saddle bags. Previously she has designed workouts with dumbbells, a butt workout and a bikini workout and they have all proven to be gut-wrenching! Her new thigh-toning workout is specifically designed for those moments when you’re in a hurry, traveling, or need a quick exercise fix. For the following seven Exercises try to do 4 sets of 20 reps each; it should take only 20 minutes.
- Toe Squat – With your arms out to your sides and feet together, squat down while on your toes and hold for two seconds and all the while keep your heels lifted.
- Leg Forward Lunge – Step one leg out front with hands on your hips and squat back and down onto the back leg, then rise back up.
- Side to Side Hops – Hold hands at chest level while balancing on one leg. Push off the standing leg to hop onto the opposite leg. Regain your balance before hopping back to original position.
- Plie Jumps – Release your inner ballerina with this one. Stagger feet so that one is slightly in front of the other then jump into the air and switch feet so that when you land the other foot is slightly in front.
- Outward Calf Raises – Stand with feet a little more than shoulder width apart. Rise up onto your toes and squeeze your calf muscles. Lower back down and repeat.
- Soldier Toe Touch – While balancing on one leg hold the other arm straight out in front of you and parallel to the floor. Raise the leg (keep it straight) until you touch the tip of your toe to your extended arm and then lower leg back to the floor but remain balancing.
- Open Faced Side Lunge – Extend arms out to the side, step one leg out to the side and squat into that leg. The push off and go back to starting position. Repeat on the other leg.
“These are my favorite get-ready-for-summer moves. I chose these moves because we can all do them: They are effective, safe, and you don’t need tons of equipment. Do 3 sets of 10-15 reps at least 3 to 4 times a week and you’ll see a difference in as little as 2 weeks!”