Britney Spears Abs: Get Her “I’m A Slave For You” Abs Routine

by Chris DavisFeb 13, 2013

Britney Spears Abs

Get Britney Spears Abs using her “I’m A Slave For You” Routine. She worked with celebrity trainer Bobby Strom. Britney Spears worked out 90 minutes a day. She did her abs routine 3 times a week. She also did treadmill cardio (30-40 mins) twice per week.

Britney Spears Abs

Here is Bobby Strom talking about the abs/core circuit made famous for shaping Britney Spears abs in the “I’m A Slave For You” video. The core circuit listed is demonstrated in the video below:

Britney Spears Abs Routine: Day 1

Work your way up to 3-4 sets of each exercise (50 reps).

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Britney Spears Abs Routine: Day 2

Work your way up to 750-1000 total repetitions. As you work your way toward  750-1000 reps, go to failure each time. Try 10, then 20, then 30 at a time. Increase your reps each week. You will find that your body adapts over time when you increase reps each workout.

Britney Spears did 4-5 sets of 50 reps:

In the Double Leg Oblique Exercise, the key is to control your legs as they go from side to side. Mountain climbers will work the core and your arms.

Continue to the next page to see Britney Spears’ workout trainer, Bobby Strom, do this abs workout with his wife:

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  • Stephanie
    Dec 20, 2013 at 10:42 pm

    How long did it take for Britney Spears to get in shape for her I’m a slave video?

    • Chris Davis
      Dec 27, 2013 at 3:02 pm

      I’m not sure how long it took Britney Spears to get in shape for her I’m a Slave video. But, trainers who take up jobs working with celebrities often demand 3-6 months lead time. Bobby Strom, Britney’s trainer, is one of those people.

      Bobby Strom is also very big on making sure celebrities eat right. For him, this means eating clean-foods grown in the ground, not processed in a factory. As the saying goes, “Abs aren’t made in the gym, they’re made in the kitchen.”

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