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Heidi Montag Works Out More Than 12 Hours A Day

(May 10, 2011 - Photo by John M. Heller/Getty Images North America)

If you’re looking to have a bikini bod like Heidi Montag, be prepared to work out  14 hours a day.

“I’ve been working out from, like, 5 a.m. to 7 p.m. for two months now. I’ve been working out really hard because I had this pool party and I was like, I have to be in shape,” she told Us Weekly. “And I was actually a lot overweight. It was the most I’ve ever been because I’ve kind of been in hiding eating pie with my husband and puppies, so I needed to get back in shape.”

Montag, who stands at 5’2, weighed 130 pounds not too long ago, now she’s back to her normal weight at 103 pounds.

Heidi shared with UsWeekly how she dropped 27 pounds so quickly.

“I’ve been running a lot, and I’ve been doing weights,” she said. “When you work out, you boost your metabolism, so you have to [make sure you eat enough].”

Even though Heidi says pie and fried chicken are her weaknesses, she’s been snacking on apples, cherries and salads to slim down.

Montag took a year off from the gym due to her 10 surgeries.

“My breasts, because they’re so big, really needed some time,” she explained. “So I’m just starting to work out again after my surgery. Sometimes I get shooting pains, but I hear that’s normal.”

 

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Couple Sighting: Heidi & Spencer Pratt In Venice

The world hasn’t seen much of  Heidi and Spencer Pratt as of late, but that just changed.  The couple was spotted in a parking garage in Venice, California. Heidi spent time talking on the phone while Spencer sat in their car. In case you were wondering, that is a Birkin bag in Heidi’s hand.

Images via WENN

Spencer Pratt speaks on wife, Heidi Montag’s decision to go under the knife

For once it seems like Spencer Pratt has a heart.  The media hasn’t heard much from Pratt since his wife, Heidi Montag unveiled her new look. Now, the attention seeker is speaking out and giving his opinion on the matter.

“Anytime I hinted that it might be a little much or if I just asked if she was sure, I even felt like I was crossing lines. I’m not in charge of what she does with any part of her body. I’m her husband – not her owner.

“But everyone sees themselves differently when they look in the mirror. Nobody truly understands how she feels except her. I may not be okay with things, but it’s not my call.”

Pratt has been by  Heidi’s side and nursing her back to health…

Here’s a picture of what Heidi used to look like:

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