These same-age stunners have left us speechless! Celebs such as Jennifer Lawrence, Emma Watson, Margot Robbie, Rita Ora, Rachel Brosnahan and Sarah Hyland put great effort into maintaining their great shape — and it shows.
So, how do these A-listers look fabulous at 30? Scroll through the gallery below to learn their tips and tricks!
The Oscar winner would rather put in extra hours at the gym than deprive herself. "I won't diet," she once declared. "You can't work when you're hungry." She needs all the energy she can get. Training for The Hunger Games involved twice-a-day sprint drills and strength moves on top of archery lessons, while preparing to play a ballerina in Red Sparrow called for Pilates, Gyrotonics and three months of dancing.
Watson kick-starts her day with a protein-packed breakfast taco. "I make guacamole, salsa and scrambled eggs, and then I cook the tortilla," she explained. "It's pretty simple but yummy." As for exercise, the Harry Potter vet does 30-minute workouts with trainer Emily Drew, who focuses on three things: stretching, strength and stillness. "[The workouts] need little equipment," said Drew, "and are perfectly balanced."
Modern Family alum Hyland — who's said she works out to get strong, not skinny — has been toning up for her upcoming nuptials to Wells Adams since early 2020. "The end goal is wedding body ready," she wrote on Insta, along with a video showing her doing reverse split squats, kettlebell rows and forward falls with resistance. "These are so much harder than they look," she remarked, "but [to] get a good [butt] ya gotta work them [ham]strings." Noted!
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel star has figured out how to stay fit while she's traveling and working 15-hour days. She keeps bone broth on-set to fend off hunger and signs up for fitness classes wherever she goes. "'I like to take yoga or Pilates or spinning," shared the actress, "If I'm left to my own devices ... I probably will choose an extra hour of sleep, It's harder to skip a class you've signed up for." So smart!
To gear up for the role of a professional ice skater in I, Tonya, the Aussie native went hard in the gym. "I did weights, mostly, and lots of situps," the blonde beauty said of the intense five-day-a-week sessions. While Robbie also followed a super-clean diet of green smoothies, salads with lemon chicken and salmon and baked veggies, she's admitted she loves to indulge when she can. Her top picks? "Beers, fries and burgers."
The British pop star's approach to wellness is as balanced as it gets. She works out consistently (the "For You" singer swears by circuit training sessions combining cardio with butt-and-thigh-toning moves like squats and lifting weights) and sticks to a sensible meal plan. "I don't eat bread or sugar," she's said, "but I'm not starving myself. Eating isn't the problem. It's about what your body needs."