Amy Adams used Pilates to lose two dress sizes

Filed under: Pilates News — Susan on July 13, 2009

Amy Adams had a tough time filming her latest film thanks to a pair of tight leather trousers but thanks to Pilates, the film did go on.

Amy Adams plays the historic Amelia Earhart in the popular film sequel Night At The Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian with co-stars Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson. Response to the film has been overwhelming for the star, but Amy Adams let the media into a little exercise secret earlier this week.

Throughout the film, Amy needed to wear a pair of

‘extremely tight leather pants’

Amy told the papers:

“The pants were like two sizes smaller and I had to do pilates to get into the outfit and look good.”

Thanks to the Pilates, it seems the outfit reportedly because a bit of a distraction for one or two co-stars too, including Hank Azaria, as Amy commented:

“Hank would always make it a point to tell me ‘nice pants’ each time. And I would reply, ‘They really hug you from behind. If it works, great, if not, I’m ok with it. But I think it’s working.”

Pilates is great for strengthening core muscles and building flexibility, so it is ideal for people of all ages. Pilates helps balance the mind and the body, and a great by-product of this is that you can lose weight and feel great as your body is brought into its correct alignment.

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