- Adele works out three times a day: weights, then hiking or boxing, then cardio, she told Vogue.
- I tried her regime one day, and while it felt good to move a lot, it’s not sustainable for me.
- The personal trainer Laura Hoggins advises people to work out less and recover between sessions.
Adele recently detailed the workout regime she follows, and it involves working out two to three times a day.
Speaking to British Vogue, the singer said she’d lost 100 pounds but that
was never the goal. She wanted to ease her anxiety, feel better, get stronger, and have time away from her phone, she said.
“I work out two or three times a day,” Adele told the outlet. “So I do my weights in the morning, then I normally hike or I box in the afternoon, and then I go and do my cardio at night.”
The singer works out with trainers and said the routine wouldn’t work for most people.
That said, I decided to give Adele’s routine a try, working out in the morning, afternoon, and evening for one day.
Adele starts the day with weights
Adele works through “every weight machine in the gym” over an hour, according to US Vogue.
I’m not sure how many machines there are in Adele’s gym, but if I were to use every one in mine, I’d barely manage a set on each within an hour.
But I did a few resistance-training exercises as I would normally, including squats, dead lifts, hamstring curls, and hip thrusts. I don’t have a trainer, but I do follow a workout program on the Sweat app, which tells me my