Get the Look: Fergie's Workout Gadgets

05/17/2007 at 01:02 PM ET

When the “Glamorous” singer isn’t busy performing, she is usually keeping her rock solid body in shape working out all around Los Angeles (Watch out, Matthew McConaughey!). But this singer isn’t wasting her time just carrying any old water bottle with her. To keep hydrated during a jog, the serious runner straps her Endurance 4-bottle belt, $36, at, around her waist. With the paparazzi flashing away, Fergie stays focused with her iPod secured to her arm. Get your own XtremeMac SportWrap for iPod, $30, at the online Apple store. Tell us: Would you wear these gadgets while running or is it a bit too much?

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enigma on

Mike is right too!! it’s simply a requirement for training and racing….especially hard core!

Good for you Mike!! Have you ever come in first place!?!

J Ricci on

I have had one since 99′ while I thought it would be heavy and so on it’s not. I know people use it for multiple drinks etc. but I just use mine for water and the occasional gatorade or something along those lines. The new design looks much better/cooler then my old one. In actuality it really does not matter, I would buy one now because Fergie and I have something in common, she’s Fergilicous!

dirk on

I run with my FuelBelt everyday, I wouldn’t go without it. I get to carry my preferred nutrition with me where ever I go. I even use it in races because I can’t always tolerate what they have on the course. Not only is the new Helium belt great, but the new bottles are a much needed improvement. They are much easier to use than the older model because of the wide tops. Kudos to FuelBelt for such a great product.

steph on

I live in Louisiana and running in hot humid weather is all we ever get. I don’t have “ipod” earphones, but they are the same size and they rarely fall out. The only time they do fall out is when I’m doing strength training after a run and doing a bunch of squats or something.

Just to clarify – I wasn’t saying that the hydration belt was bad, I was just saying it’s unnecessary for a 3-6 mile run. And like enigma said, if you hydrate well before (like throughout the day) and after that distance of a run, you’ll be fine.

Mike on

To enigma,
I’ve raced 120+ triathlons in my career, and have won 15 of them outright. I train with some of the best athletes in the country, and they use FuelBelts too.

Elda on

Fergie’s got it going on!! I agree, water is so important to your Health it helps all the body organs work better especially when working out!!

enigma on

Mike and steph too,

Excellent and very impressive!!! I really appreciate any tips from the pros!! I seriously thought about becoming a professional cyclist when I was a kid but, I wanted to be an artist and so, that’s what I am…..I balanced my time quiet in the studio by working out!! Well, you both have me curious about this belt now….I’ll look into getting one of those belts soon for the hot summer days!!

Thanks Mike and steph, stay healthy, stay hydrated, and have fun too!!!!

Cheers and Good Luck!

faith on


even though i don’t run anymore, i feel your pain because i live in texas, where you step outside and are slapped with humidity at seven in the morning. how do you do it? i just can’t stand running in the heat–i feel like i’m being suffocated by the humidity! and running really early just isn’t a safe option for me. any suggestions other than a treadmill? are there any nifty self cooling devices out there, say that you can wear around your neck or something while running outside?

also, enigma, what type of artist are you? just curious! i always wanted to be a painter, and while i’m good at drawing still art, i can’t ever transfer to paper with paint the pretty things i see in my head. oh well.

good luck to all of you with your respective hobbies!

Kara on

Hey………It’s fergie!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Me & Hunter R GLAMOROUS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

steph on

To be honest, I do all of my training and races during the fall, winter and early spring. It gets really hot here after about april, and sometimes it’s just unbearable. To keep in shape on my “off season” I use the treadmill or go for runs later at like 7 p.m. Of course, going that late severely limits the length of your run.

It’s funny because most everyone else has to wait till this time of year to start outdoor runs again – and we have to go indoors! As far as cooling devices, I’ve never used one or tried any. Sorry I couldn’t be more helpful. I really don’t mind treadmills but I know some people really do.

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