The trainer of Emilia Clarke best known for her role in the hit series "Game of Thrones" just revealed the secrets of the star when it comes to maintaining a clean and lean lifestyle. It can be recalled that the actress just won Esquire's Sexiest Woman Alive for 2015 and a lot of her fans are interested to know her diet and workout secrets.
"Game of Thrones" has gained lots of fans not only because of its popularity but due also to the characters played by some of the well-known stars in the industry. Among these celebrities is Emilia who plays the role of Daenerys Targaryen, the badass queen in the series.
According to Healthista, the seven series of "Game of Thrones" has seen Clarke overthrowing cities and even walk through fire. But it was said that this is not the first role which has taken her to extremes considering her character in "Terminator Genisys" released last 2014.
Because of her roles in those hits series and films, Clarke was required to have a strict diet and workout regime. The actress just shared recently that she has been spending the whole day, every day in weapons training and that she has not been allowed to eat anything that tastes good at all. With that, she said that it sounds miserable for her.
Despite that, E! News claimed that Clarke learned to sustain and live a life of moderation as she revealed her clean and lean method created by her trainer James Duigan. Apart from her, other celebrities are also following this method like Hugh Grant, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, and the models of Victoria's Secret.
As reported, the "Clean and Lean" method put's one's body in the perfect state of cleaning and detoxifying toxins as a result of regular exercise and nourishing diet. With this, the word "lean" is a combination of curvy, slim and healthy instead of scarily honed or skinny.
Since she is a follower of "Clean and Lean" approach, Clarke gave details on what does this take to entail. The "Game of Thrones" star said that one has to keep this simple and kind in everything one does most especially on what to eat and the way one moves. She then added that this method is all about finding what works best for one as an individual.