At the premiere of Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom, Naomie Harris wore a dress that revealed her finely shaped arms.

In serious shape: Naomie Harris, pictured left at the premiere of Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom, is a fan of gyrotonics.


The British actress said she got into serious shape for her role as a Bond girl in 2012. Naomie, 37, worked out with a personal trainer for two hours a day, five days a week, and spent three months training in shooting, combat fighting and stunt driving.
She is a fan of gyrotonics, a fusion of yoga, Pilates and chi gung, a Chinese martial art.
What to try: The semi-single arm row works the muscles of the upper back, shoulders and biceps.
With a dumbbell in your right hand and your left hand on your left thigh for support, stand with your feet hip-width, then squat, bent  forward at the hips, but with your back straight. 
Hold the weight down at arm’s length and ensure your shoulders are level.
Then pull the dumbbell towards your shoulder, keeping the elbow close to the body. Lower the weight slowly back to the starting position.
Repeat 12 to 15 times before switching sides.
SOURCE: Daily Mail 
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