BOOTYlicious! Bey’s trainer reveals how you can get a body just like her

She has one of the most enviable bodies in Hollywood, and we LOVE how she promotes the curves as one of the most beautiful parts of the human body.

And while she's preparing to go on her world tour, Queen Bey is embarking on a major fitness regime to get her ready to sprint around on stage.

The singer has enlisted the help of top personal trainer, Marco Borges, to get her ready and he absolutely swears by this routine and promises if you perform it three times a week for six weeks, you'll feel as fab as the Queen does.

Speaking to Glamour, the trainer first says you should up your energy levels by boxing and swinging weighted ropes.

"You run out of gas fast; by pushing through that fatigue, you develop a ton of endurance," he says.

Marco also explains that running fast is great for building up Bey's energy so she can leap around on stage.

"Sprints are ideal for building stamina and explosiveness, which B needs to move across the stage. Marco recommends alternating between one-minute sprints and then two minutes of brisk walking for a half an hour.

For building strength, he says it's all about the kettlebell squat and press.

"It's an exercise that hits all the major muscles. If you did nothing else, you'd still get a great workout.

And to finish off the regime, the exercise expert urges you to stretch it all out.

"I stretch B at the end of every workout." It majorly improves your flexibility and will make you feel less ~achey~ the day after you exercise.

Check out here for more of Queen Bey's tips.

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