This actress from the United Kingdom Gemma Arterton trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. Her efforts paid off as she made her film debut in St Trinian’s. She played Kelly Jones in the film, which was released in 2007. She would reprise the same role in the sequel St. Trinian’s II: The Legend of Fritton’s Gold. Before this, she had already been noticed for playing Strawberry Fields in Quantum of Solace. 2010 was a turning point in her career. During this year, she had a notable role in Clash of the Titans. She also played the female lead in Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time. She went on to portray the title role in Tamara Drewe. Subsequently, she starred opposite Jeremy Renner in Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters. She then portrayed the titular part in Gemma Bovery. Her latest films are Their Finest and Orpheline.
The British star maintains her curvy yet lean figure by eating right and following her fitness regimen. She’s one of the perfect examples of celebrities who value their bodies strength and overall wellness other than looking very slim. She eats right and stays active in her daily activities. Despite being busy as an actress, she always finds time to exercise. Her mainstream starring roles in some Hollywood films also motivated her to work harder to have a fitter body. Her efforts paid off, of course. Interestingly, the actress’ fitness regimen does not actually take up much of her efforts.
She keeps her body slender and fit by making use of PowerPlate. This approach actually focuses on the body’s natural reflexive response to vibration. Its “vibrating platform moves 25 to 50 times per second to engage muscles in a consistent, and controlled manner”. PowerPlate also asserts to provide the same results as the conventional exercising. This vibration technology also touts that in only 15 minutes you can achieve a full body workout. In an interview, the actress explained why she likes using the machine: “It is a workout method that fits in with my schedule and helps me achieve my fitness goals even when time is limited.”