10 Times Kate Henshaw Showed Us How To Stay Fit

Every lady wants to look legit, even in her forties and above. Well, Kate Henshaw has been serving us goals for as long as we can remember.

At over 40, Kate keeps looking as young, and this could be attributed to her  fitness routines which she does on a regular.

Here are a few of the actress’s routines that keep her in shape.

1.Cable Pull And Barbell Raise

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This is how it’s done in her words:

Arms/Shoulders/Back

Cable Pull: 3 sets of 15 reps

Barbell Raise : 3 sets of 15 reps.

Let’s work that body..

2. Medicine Ball Wiper / Chop Combo

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Here, she carries a medicine ball that weighed about 5kg with an interval of 3sets for 2 minutes.

3. Squats And Curls

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This exercise helps to tone your whole body, improves your flexibility and balance, and increases lower body and arm strength.

4. One Arm Dumbbell Role

A one-arm dumbell row helps for a wider and thicker back. It also improves the balance of your body.

5. Overhead Leg Raises

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Repetition of this Exercise helps to increase the strength and definition that you see in your abs and the control that you have over your core muscles.



6. Side Lunges/Bicep Curls

The side lunge is also an effective way to work the muscles of your lower body.

7. Modified Push Up/ Half Plank Combo

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This exercise combines all the core workouts of a plank, with the added arm, shoulder and back workout of a push-up. These muscle groups engage in one exercise that you can do without any equipment.

8. Cable Cross Back And Chest

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One advantage of the cable crossover is the ability to move your body at different angles during the exercise. That can allow you to find a more comfortable position for your shoulders, which will enable you to keep using this exercise.

9. T Bar Row

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Secondary to your back muscles, T-bar rows also work your shoulders and the pulling muscles in your arms.

10. Circuit Training

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Circuit training helps you with a full body workout in 30 minutes or less. This is effective for general results on your entire body.