Margot Robbie Suicide Squad premiere
There’s no question that Margot Robbie was in stellar shape for DC blockbuster “Suicide Squad.”
She had to be, with character Harley Quinn’s costume consisting of little more than sequined hot pants, a crop top and a baseball bat.
“It was the world’s smallest costume,” says her celebrity trainer and former Ballet Bodies owner Andie Hecker, who just opened a new private training gym in Los Angeles for her A-list clients such as Orlando Bloom, Miranda Kerr and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley. “She wanted to lean out and tone up. She’s already slender, but we wanted to make her a little stronger.”
Robbie, who reportedly did much of her own stunts in the movie, spent two to three hours a day working out during filming.
Here’s what the 26-year-old Aussie did each day to build stamina and strength, while still fitting into that ultra-revealing supervillain outfit:
No treadmills or spin bikes here. Robbie spent between 45 minutes to an hour on a high-energy cardio circuit that alternated between jumps on and off a rebounder trampoline to rope jumping to skipping across a Bosu balance trainer, before ending with rounds of ballet jumps and grueling “mountain climbers.”