This Is How Selena Gomez Transformed Her Body: Her Trainer Tells All

Hallie Gould
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Selena Gomez has been in the press since she was a budding tween on the Disney Channel. We've all watched her grow into a smart, talented, business-savvy, and absolutely stunning young woman. But that type of fame comes with unbelievable scrutiny. As she blossomed from a kid into an adult, her figure changed accordingly. Gomez had to deal with body shaming from press, internet trolls, and social media commenters alike.

Rather than give in, feel bad, and let it all affect her, Gomez has often spoken out about learning to love and accept herself—no matter what. She's also been quite forthcoming about her struggle with mental and physical illness as she checked into a facility to treat anxiety and depression as a result of her lupus. "As many of you know," Gomez said in a statement to People, "I revealed that I have lupus, an illness that can affect people in different ways. I've discovered that anxiety, panic attacks, and depression can be side effects of lupus, which can present their own challenges."

To keep her body and mind healthy while traveling the world during her last tour for the album Revival, she brought her long-time trainer, fitness expert, and all-around wonderful human Amy Rosoff Davis along with her. Before Gomez drops her new record (from which the singer has released two tracks, "Bad Liar" and "Fetish") and embarks on yet another tour, we decided to look back at our interview with Davis to find out exactly what workouts keep Gomez toned and grounded, and show you how to do it yourself at home. Keep reading for this celebrity trainer's most sound advice. 

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