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Brittne Babe in Workout Gear Shares Soulja Boy Push Up Challenge

Here is everything you need to know about her diet and exercise routine.
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Brittne Jackson, aka Brittne Babe, is showing off her guns – in workout gear. In a new social media post the "Queen of the Home Workouts" flaunts her famous figure in body-skimming exercise clothes as she executes a bunch of pushups. "Crank That (Soulja Boy) Push-up Challenge🔥(Save & Try it) Can you complete this challenge? Share with a friend to give this a try!😎💪" she captioned the Instagram Reel. 

She Works Out Three Times a Week

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Brittne exercises like it is her job – because it is. "I work out at least 3 times a week (when I film). I create the workout plans for my babes in my BrittCamp, in full length. I love to share with my followers how my body is being shaped with the exercises I do. That's why the workouts that you see on my Instagram account are the workouts I do to create my physique," she told Women's Best.

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She Was "Born Into Fitness"

Brittne was "born into fitness," she says. "I was enrolled in dancing school at 2 years old, ran cross country in middle school, and soared off with track & field in the 200M and 4x200M relay events throughout high school/ college. Fitness was always my lifestyle so that part came natural. However, I started taking the health part seriously once I entered the industry 10 years ago. I LOVE what I do and helping along the way!"

She Doesn't Believe in the Word Diet


"I do not believe in the word diet. I eat what I feel like eating in moderation," she told Women's Best. She drinks a protein shake daily. "I eat a salad a day and drink a lot of water," she says. "My dinner usually contains rice, protein, and greens so I eat pretty healthy by default." She also avoids cheat days. "I live my life on my terms. I focus on making healthy choices the majority of the week and have ice cream, brownies or cheesecake if I am out for dinner."

She Does This Full Body Dumbbell Only Workout


Brittne recently unveiled her full body dumbbell only workout. She recommends doing 3 rounds of each, 60 seconds each round, and taking a 90 second rest in between each round.

  1. In & Out Squat Raise
  2. Alt Reverse Lunge – Front Raise
  3. Reverse Plank Knee In
  4. Alt Cross Dumbbell Row – Squat
  5. Not So Average Squat Raise

Related: Benchmark Your Progress with Our Lean Body Mass Calculator

Meal Prep


Brittne meal preps. "My favorite prep meal is brown rice, chicken, and baby spinach," she says. Her tips for first time food preppers? "Create a menu based on the plan what you would like to eat and how much time you can spend on healthy cooking and meal preparation. Then create your shopping list that includes all the ingredients. Stay away from a bunch of recipes at the beginning because you do not want to get overwhelmed. Keep your food prep menu super simple and make sure that the meals include protein, greens, and carb," she says.

Studies have found that the more meals you eat prepared away from home, the higher your risk of cardiovascular disease, cancer, and early death. And, one study published in the International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity found meal planning was associated with a healthier diet and less obesity.

💪🔥Body Booster: If you are truly committed to losing weight, you should try food prepping, as you will be more likely to eat healthier food and stick to your meal plan. 

Leah Groth
Leah Groth has decades of experience covering all things health, wellness and fitness related. Read more
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