Rachael Finch has shared the simple workout she uses to maintain her enviable physique – and it can take as little as seven minutes from start to finish.
The routine, which stems from the fitness plan of the mother of two model, Body by Finch, includes seven simple exercises such as lunges, squats and wall-sit.
The 2009 Miss Universe Australia runs the workout when she’s short on time, modifying it for flights and events to keep her abs tight and her derriere peachy.
Rachael – who lives in a $ 1.65 million penthouse in central Sydney with husband Mike Miziner and their children Violet, six, and Dominic, three – said each move had to be performed for one minute.
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Rachael Finch (pictured) shared the simple workout she uses to maintain her enviable physique – and it can only take seven minutes from start to finish
She starts with sumo squats, sitting deep over bent knees with feet shoulder-width apart.
Then she performs a single leg pulse, alternating right and left, followed by a round of hydrants.
This involves kneeling with your palms flat on the floor, holding your core and your back straight, then lifting one leg to the side at a 90 degree angle and repeat on the other side.
Rachael follows this up with one-minute glute bridges, which are performed by lying flat on your back with knees bent and slowly raising your hips before gently lowering back to the floor.
She ends the workout with a wall sit, pressing her back firmly against a wall, and floating in a squat position with the legs at a 90-degree angle.
The mother-of-two model (pictured Feb. 12) follows the routine of keeping her abs tight and her naughty peachy
The 2009 Miss Universe Australia (left and right) starts her day with a smoothie made from almond milk, avocado, frozen banana, spinach, nut butter and a scoop from her supplement brand Kissed Earth’s ‘Replenish Protein’
Rachael’s seven minute workout
1. Sumo squat – keep feet wide and sit deep
2. Dropout pulse for one leg – left leg, option to add arm pulse
3. Dropout pulse for one leg – right leg, option to add arm pulse
4. Fire Hydrant – Left leg, hold core and back straight, raise knee to 90 degrees
5. Fire hydrant – right leg, hold core and back straight and raise knee to 90 degrees
6. Glute bridge – slowly raise hips and keep feet firmly on the floor
7. Wall seat – keep the back pressed against the wall at all times, legs at a 90 degree angle
Source: Finch body
A video of the quick and easy routine, which has garnered nearly 2,000 ‘likes’ since it was uploaded online April 1, has been critically acclaimed for being ideal for moms short on time.
“I like these kinds of quick workouts – so easy to fit in,” one viewer replied.
“I love this, seven minutes a day can make such a difference,” said another.
The workout comes months after superfit Rachael shared her quintessential ‘day on a plate’ with Daily Mail Australia.
Rachael (pictured on Lord Howe Island in Australia in December 2019) is known for her healthy lifestyle
The 32-year-old (pictured in Sydney on September 24, 2020) follows a holistic lifestyle that led her to build a business empire that includes a diet and fitness plan, Body by Finch
The model said she started her day with a smoothie made from almond milk, avocado, frozen banana, spinach, nut butter and a scoop of her supplement brand Kissed Earth’s ‘Replenish Protein’ in vanilla or chocolate.
‘I can’t live without my collagen coffee either. It’s a black coffee with a scoop of collagen powder, medicinal mushrooms and maca powder mixed in, ”she said.
For lunch, Rachael enjoys a ‘macro bowl’ of eggs, grilled broccoli, kale, brown rice, tomato slices and some avocado on the side.
Dinner consists of grilled fish and steamed vegetables with roasted baby potato potatoes, a nice balance of proteins, carbohydrates and fats that she wants to incorporate into every meal.