Blake Lively Has Totally Toned Legs for Days At The Premiere Of ‘The Adam Project’

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Blake Lively Has Totally Toned Legs for Days At The Premiere Of ‘The Adam Project’
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  • Blake Lively just revealed her super strong legs on the red carpet premiere of The Adam Project.

  • The actress, 34, arrived wearing a colorful pastel gown in support of her husband, Ryan Reynolds, who stars in the film.

  • To stay fit, Blake hits the gym with her trainer, Don Saladino five to six days a week. She also enjoys hiking and getting herself outdoors.

Blake Lively made quite the entrance last night at the premiere of The Adam Project. The 34-year-old Gossip Girl actress arrived in an Atelier Versace gown alongside her husband, Ryan Reynolds, who has a lead role in the film. (ICYDK: The new sci-fi drama also stars big names such as Jennifer Garner, Zoe Saldana, and Mark Ruffalo and will be available in theaters on March 11th.)

While I love a good power couple moment, I can't get over how amazing Blake looked in her dress. The pastel-colored gown had a low-plunging front with an accent that draped over her shoulder for a truly angelic finish. It also had a side slit that revealed her ultra-toned legs as she walked the carpet. To complete the 'fit, she added a few bracelets, pastel earrings, and strappy heels.

Photo credit: Michael Loccisano - Getty Images
Photo credit: Michael Loccisano - Getty Images
Photo credit: Monica Schipper - Getty Images
Photo credit: Monica Schipper - Getty Images

If you're wondering what Blake does to stay so fit, you're not alone. In an interview with Well + Good, her trainer, Don Saladino, revealed that she usually works out five to six days a week.

Saladino also shared a few of Blake's go-to workouts with Harper’s Bazaar Australia, and TBH, it's pretty intense. To warm up, Blake starts off with yoga stretches before getting into circuit training that includes push-ups, broad jumps, farmer’s carries, dumbbell work, squats, and rows. She also does the occasional 30-minute water workout in the pool.

Even with all the high-energy workouts, Blake makes rest a priority. When talking to Well + Good about how Blake got in shape for her 2016 film The Shallows, Saladino said, "She truly listened to me every step of the way, and we both listened to her body." He added, “If a leg day was set up for a Monday for Blake, but she was flying home the night before and stayed up all night with the baby and was exhausted, I’m not gonna make her do the full workout.”

Despite putting in all that work at the gym, Blake's been transparent about not being the biggest fan of working out. In a 2014 interview with Extra, she said, “I hate the gym, so what I do instead is find other ways to be active… I ride bicycles, I hike, I go out and exercise in nature and I’m active that way.”

Keep it up, Blake!

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