Salma Hayek reveals her infallible trick to have an impact waist
Salma Hayek revealed on her social networks that she wears a corset so as not to lose her tiny waist
Let's face it Cosmo girls, in addition to her great acting talent, the Mexican Salma Hayek is famous for her impressive figure, which despite the years she only keeps getting better.
Although like many other actresses, the beauty has confessed that she takes great care of her diet and tries to exercise daily, through her social networks Salma revealed another of her beauty secrets: a corset.
This week, the actress of? Bandidas? she shared a photo of herself wearing this garment while someone behind her helps her tighten the ropes.
Hayek's approach to working out is a little unconventional—she told PEOPLE that with her hectic schedule she often doesn't have time to exercise.
"Some people have the discipline to exercise in the morning, and I didn't develop that," she admitted.
Instead, Hayek favors a way of standing and moving that engages all of her muscles.
"I work with a woman in London who taught me how to hold my body in a way where the muscles are activated all day long. So even when you brush your teeth, you're working the muscles," she said.
"It's restorative yoga. She taught me how to tone [my muscles] without clenching them. You relax them and focus on the parts that need to be used, but never with tension. If you're aware of your body, you'd be surprised by the effect it can have."
Hayek is a proud dog owner and keeps up her activity levels via daily dog walks. "This is my version of the exercise and these are my #dogs coaches ... These are my trainers!" she has posted of her pets on Instagram in the past.
When Hayek does have the time to work out, she tends to favor exercising five to seven days a week but keeping the sessions short at 30 minutes or less.
Sara Shears, who has trained Hayek in the past, told Shape the actress is naturally "super petite" and tends to favor cardio and high-intensity interval training along with strength training to add definition.
"You won't get results by training only two times a week. You should be doing something every day, in shorter durations but higher intensity," Shears said of Hayek's approach.