Jessica Simpson’s “The Dukes Of Hazzard” Workout And Diet

If you want to look like Jessica Simpson did in the movie “The Dukes Of Hazzard”, this is her workout routine and diet.

Jessica’s workouts mainly consisted of one hour of weights and half an hour of cardio. The main exercises were lunges and squats, which help to tighten and strengthen her thighs and butt. She mostly used light weights for these exercises. Reason she stuck to light weights was to ensure that her legs remained toned and shapely without becoming bulking and too athletic looking. Her doing lunges and squats also has the advantage of building extra muscle on her butt, giving her a much curvier backside.

As far as her dieting goes, she stuck to a strict junk free diet to ensure that she stays in great shape and keeps her skin looking young and healthy. She ate mostly grilled chicken, seared fish, broccoli and asparagus. She also avoided bread and drank iced tea without sugar.

Treadmill – running for eight minutes at 6.5mph to warm the legs up for intensive leg work
Bodyweight squats: A few sets of 2–25 squats, followed by dumbbell rows while in squat position
Reverse Lunges: 2 – 3 sets per leg of 12 lunges
Squat Jumps – plyometric set of squats with a dynamic jump up afterwards.
Bicep Curls while standing in a Lunge position – 18 reps. This is super-setted with;
Lateral Raises from a Lunge Position (switch leg position) 1 set of 18 reps. This superset is done for 3 sets
Dumbbell Triceps Extension (laying on back): 2 – 3 sets of 20 reps
Treadmill – running for eight minutes at 6.5mph
Incline Crunches: 20 reps
Prone Kneeling Leg Extensions: 2-3 sets per leg x 18 reps per set
Treadmill: 7 minutes of gentle jogging to cool down
Forward Lunges: 2 – 3 sets of 20 reps
Travelling (walking) Lunges: These are just lunges but instead of staying in place you walk across the room. If this is too easy, try doing it holding a pair of dumbbells at your side.


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