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After watching The Wolf of Wall Street we all wanted to look like her. Her jaw-dropping body puts her at the top of our figure lust list and summer body inspiration. Here we reveal how Margot Robbie gets in shape…#EWGetsFit

The 24-year-old has returned to our radar after recently promoting her latest film, Focus, alongside her co-star, Will Smith, looking more fabulous than ever.

At 1.68m (5ft 6in) and weighing 57kg, the former Neighbours star combines running, surfing and ice-hockey to achieve her stunning figure. Here at we give you her deepest diet and health secrets to help you achieve the Aussie babe’s hot body.

 
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Margot Robbie in Neighbours

MARGOT’S DIET

Admittedly, Margot loves to indulge in her favourite comfort food and the occasional glass of wine. But like all women, as soon as there is an event or premiere she’s back to clean eating and regularly working out.

Not at fan of moderation, Margot makes sure her diet covers all the food groups and includes some treats to ensure motivation for working out.

FOODS BANNED FROM MARGOT’S DIET

  • Saturated fats
  • Fast food
  • Sugary drinks
  • Chocolate
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Like a true Aussie Margot Robbie is a fan of surfing

MARGOT’S DIET ADVICE

“I’m not good at doing moderation. I get miserable if I don’t eat. I can’t just have a salad every day and a half a glass of wine every second day. I can’t do it.”

EXAMPLE OF MEALS

Breakfast

  • Porridge with blackberries
  • ‘Green machine’ smoothie with kale and apple

Lunch

  • Skinny lemon chicken with brown rice
  • Mackerel salad with tomatoes and cucumber

Dinner

  • Tuna steaks with sweet potato
  • Vegetable hot pot with rice noodles

 

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Margot Robbie trying out Pilates

MARGOT’S WORKOUT

The Aussie star loves intense cardio workouts. She combines running and one of her hobbies ice hockey.

The sport is a fantastic aerobic exercise, perfect for weight loss without bulking up muscles. Why not try this ice-hockey style workout:

ICE-HOCKEY STYLE WORKOUT

  • Warm-up: Jogging or skipping for 10 minutes
  • Lateral lunges: 8-12 reps each side
  • Rear-foot elevated squat: 8-12 reps each side
  • Goblet squat: 8-12 reps each side

MARGOT ROBBIE ON HEALTH AND FITNESS

“I don’t have a very good diet. I love beer, fries, burgers, but if I have to get in a bikini then I’ll eat carrot sticks for three days. I’m one extreme or the other.”

“Chocolate, waffles and fries which are the main food groups that make up my diet.”

 

Words: Nancy Campopiano