Accompanying her husband, Justin Timberlake, to the recent GQ Men of the Year Awards, Jessica Biel, 31, showed off a pair of pins that wouldn’t look out of place on an athlete.

Jessica Biel attends the GQ Men of the Year dinner on November 11 (l) and at the Guggenheim International Gala on November 7 (r).
She grew up in Colorado and says as a child she was always going snowboarding, hiking and rafting with her parents.
She still loves outdoor fitness, especially running, and climbed Mount Kilimanjaro in 2010.
Her personal trainer prescribes gruelling circuits of cardio, plyometrics (jump exercises) and strength training, with plenty of push-ups and walking lunges for all-over strength and tone. She also tries to fit in at least two yoga sessions a week, saying it keeps her muscles long and flexible.
What to try: Walking lunges are key to getting Jessica’s legs so toned.
Stand with your feet hip-width apart, take a big step forwards with your right leg and lower the back knee down to the ground so that both knees are bent at 90 degrees.
Drive back up, pushing through the right leg, and return to standing, then take a big step forwards with the left leg and repeat. Do five lunges in one direction, then five more back to where you started.
SOURCE: Daily Mail
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