Audrina Patridge: Diet and Workout

by Dr Marc on August 10, 2007

Audrina Patridge, who along with Heidi Montag and Lauren Conrad are cast members on the MTV reality TV series the Hills, says she never had a weight problem consistently weighing about 116 pounds. She told Us Magazine that “I’m not going to the gym to lose weight, but to get definition in my arms, butt and legs.” She works out with trainer Del Bene and pal Lauren Conrad.

Audrina Patridge: Diet
“Before, I was a junk food junkie” admits Audrina. Now, her 1250 calorie diet includes fish and salads.

Audrina Patridge: Workout
Once a week Audrina works out 30 minutes on the elliptical followed by squats. Commenting on her workouts with Del Bene she says”Now my arms, stomach, and legs are cut!”

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ashley September 4, 2007 at 8:23 am

how can i lose that pouch on my lower stomach area?

and tighten my legs and butt.


Katie Havens November 9, 2007 at 4:16 pm

Best bet to lose the lower tummy and tighten legs and bootie… Sign up for a Pilates class or buy a pilates video, that will really help tone all over. Running will help, if you do not like running, try a night out dancing- you will definately feel the burn the next day. If those activities are not your thing, try long walks, preferably in a hilly area. Extras include….squats while holding 7lb. weights on the top of your thighs. I will try to explain this last exercise, bare with me…FOR THE BUTT: lay on your back with bent knees and feet on the floor (a little more than shoulder width apart). Thrust butt up and back down (do 50 reps). Once you are at 50, keep your butt up, legs apart. Bring knees together and then apart- like you are working a Thigh Master (do 50 reps). Once you have done 50 reps of those, bring knees together. Then thrust butt upward again, with knees together(50 reps). Then bring feet together and do one last set of 50 thrusts. This is from a Jane Fonda workout from the 80s or 90s. It will DEFINATELY tone that bootie!


faye November 18, 2007 at 11:09 am

she's not trying to lose weight, yet she's eating 1250 calories a day?


jay December 31, 2007 at 12:44 pm

how can you loose wieght on your face? in laguna beach laurens face is round and then in the hills her face is really slim and skinny!????


Kayley April 8, 2008 at 5:50 pm

Honestly, anyone that eats less than 1250 calories a day is probably starving to death. I can't imagine working out (running, and lifting weights on just 1250 calories alone. You need calories and energy to live a function properly little lone working out. Just think about how many calories you burn when working out. That diet is suitable for someone who does minimal or no exercise.


Amanda May 9, 2008 at 5:20 pm

Actually, 1250 is alot… For her BMI, 1250 kcals is enough to maintain her weight. If she goes over or under she is more likely to lose/gain. I eat about that much daily and I don't consider myself starving at all. I also work out three times a week. It's just about your body weight and how your body functions.


Charis June 24, 2008 at 5:42 pm

Yeah….1,250 calories isn't enough, but if she's not passing out after every taping of The Hills then good for her. I, myself actually try to stick to a 2,000 calorie diet. Other people can handle barely starving themselves, but I can't! I love food and its not like a don't workout. I do cardio workouts like twice a week and simetrics everyday with my boyfriend. So, I need the calories to burn. I love Audrina, but I couldn't handle her "diet".


bex August 23, 2010 at 1:24 pm

omg 2000 is heaps, i think id b sick if i ate that many calories. 1250 is plenty of calories even with exercising


Seana October 14, 2008 at 11:50 am

1250 calories is very normal for a 116 pound female. If she ate any more then she would get fat if she doesn't work out everyday!


sarah October 17, 2008 at 11:29 pm

@jay – she has lost overall body fat… thats why she has lost weight from her face.


Christina November 6, 2008 at 1:48 pm

I wanna focus on my arms, stomach, and butt. I'm 4'11 and I weigh 114lbs. My stomach is the biggest area on my body!! My butt is non-existent and I have been told that there are exercises that can help??? Any suggs?


madeline July 2, 2009 at 2:40 pm

okay in order for audrina to have such a nice body she has to eat 1250 calories and workout…obviously it's working for her. and why are you critisizing her diet because you guys were obviously wondering her diet and workout, hence why you're on this site. i don't beleive though that she only goes on the eliptical and does squats.


clea July 2, 2009 at 8:31 pm

audrina is gorgeous! but i agree with madeline, i dont believe she only works out once a week. she has an increadibly toned stomach, legs and absolutely no cellulite on her butt. she obviously has a very healthy diet with fish and salad and anyone who ate that would lose weight. i eat less calories than her and workout 5 days a week and im still bigger than her so she must have a very high metabolism.


safie September 26, 2011 at 11:41 am

apparently she eats 1500 a day and works out 6-7 days a week.


Elly December 27, 2009 at 2:13 pm

A 1250 diet for someone who works out even only a once a week and is her size, is really unhealthy. 1250 calories probably doesn't even cover the amount of calories she'd need to meet her BMR.


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araisa May 10, 2010 at 9:41 am

Amanda, I agree with you although most people on her won't because Americans have been brainwashed into thinking you need to eat a ton of food to function properly.

1250 calories is more than enough to maintain her weight, she's a tiny girl and if she eats any more than that she will gain some weight. 1250 calories amounts to a lot of healthful foods, you just have to be wise with your meals. I'll give those of you a sample menu, just so you can see:

breakfast ( 300 calories or less)——-3 or 4 egg white omlette with one whole small egg and a ton of veggies (mushrooms, green peppers, kale, spinach, tomatoes, onions) made on nonstick pan with pam spray or misto olive oil. (you can have a slice of whole wheat toast if you want; but the omlette is so big that I usually don't need it or want it) if you do, this will add about 100 calories.

Lunch—(400 calories or less) 3 oz grilled chicken breast on nonstick frying pan with pam spray with salt and pepper served on a bed or red leaf lettuce and spinach with tomatoes, cucumbers, shredded carrots and shredded red cabbage (dressing little olive oil, red wine vinegar or balsamic and some lemon or lime juice)

dinner—(400 calories ) 3 oz grilled salmon with side of grilled asparagus, 1 cup saute mushrooms and 1/2 cup beets

remember that vegetables have good carbs in them, just because you don't see rice on the menu doesn't mean you're not eating carbs.

also, some type of exercise everyday is good not only for weight loss and health; but also for your soul, even if it's just a long walk or bike ride

good luck


Truth About Abs Revi July 21, 2010 at 8:10 am


So true, araisa. Most people forgot about carbs in veggies.

Last week I was having lunch with my office mates. They saw me eating a lotta veggies and chicken & no rice (staple food in my place), and asked me on 'how do I get my energy working out when I don't eat any carbs?', since they know me as a workout freak. When I said I got it from the veggies they're totally skeptic, at first.

They believe like every part of skinless chicken is protein, every part of veggie is vitamins, and every part of bread is carbs.

People should be more educated about foods, macro-nutrients and micro-nutrients. Sometimes in the mainstream society it seems less cool to be a fitness geek, like trying to hard knowing too much about fitness. But it totally paid off.

That goes the same with people with passion for business/finance. They become the upper minority that others envy, but always make fun of.

Outside, we should just act cool & and only answer when they ask about fitness.


victoria August 30, 2010 at 1:31 pm

idk i recently discovered that i dont eat that many calories in a day i stop when im hungry and i eat what i want but im also short i think it depends more on you size

1250 calories though is only 750 less than average and that can be one piece of meat at a resturaunt


GJ August 31, 2010 at 12:20 am

I see lots of comments about her calorie intake… I agree Americans are raised to think we need so much food, when in reality, if you stop eating so much, your stomach adjusts back to a normal size and you realize you don't need huge amounts of food to survive – even with exercise. Especially when that exercise is really just making up for all the sitting around at work all day for a lot of people! She is obviously doing something right because she looks amazing. If she was starving, her skin and face wouldn't be glowing and healthy, she would look sickly (like some models do). I will give you another sample 1250-ish daily caloric intake as an example, because it is not only healthy, but everyone should try to cut out the junk in their diet, and it's realistic to feel full and not crave junk if you eat the right foods…

Breakfast – 2 eggs scrambled with spinach, onion, tomato, mushroom, green pepper (whatever veggies you like), 1/2 C. grapefruit, piece wheat toast.

Snack – low fat yogurt or low cal/low carb protein shake (like Muscle Milk Light)

Lunch – celery sticks filled with mix of 1 can of tuna/lowfat mayo & relish, and side 4 oz. of cottage cheese w/fruit.

Snack – string cheese or 15 almonds

Dinner – 4 oz. chicken breast, steamed veggies, 1/2 baked potato w/tsp butter and seasoning

Of course you allow yourself a meal out and dessert once in awhile… but, if everyone ate this way even 80% of the time (balance of protein, healthy fat, good carbs, and lots of veggies), there wouldn't be obesity and most people would look like Audrina! :)

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