This is bikini season and it's time to get serious. You can take it from The Hills stars ... people who have nothing to do except look good in bikinis every day.
Take Audrina Patridge for example. She gets her body all beach ready by drinking lots of water, eating lean protein, green leafy vegetables and fewer carbs.
"I also love shots of wheat grass," The Hills star tells Life & Style in its cover story. "When I want to kick it up a notch, then I get Sunfare meals delivered."
Other celebrities who are no strangers to showing off their bodies in bikinis, such as Brooklyn Decker, focused on "toning up" and" definition in my abs."
The Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue cover girl and wife of Andy Roddick also consumes lots of high-protein Greek yogurt and nuts to build that muscle.
Take it from Kristin Cavallari, Beyonce and others - there are easy ways to lose 10 pounds, burn calories while you sleep and other red hot tips for summer fun.
Fortunately, Brooklyn doesn't subscribe to that QuickTrim crap (talking to you, Kim Kardashian). Her employer actually encourages a few extra pounds:
"Sports Illustrated is never about losing weight. They encourage girls to eat cheeseburgers the night before. They love girls who are a little bit curvier."
No complaints here, although Cameron Diaz, with her lithe legs, flat tummy and sculpted arms, make us feel like we should work out one of these years.
Lately, Cameron is doing combination exercises that blast multiple muscles at once, like squats with shoulder presses, as well as various yoga poses.
Clearly it pays off!