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Green With Envy! How Megan Fox Got Into Fighting ‘Ninja’ Shape Right After Delivering Second Child – She ‘Loves To Be Pushed’, Says Trainer

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Oct. 14 2014, Updated 7:14 a.m. ET

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Megan Fox may have given birth to two children, but her insane body says otherwise!

Fox has been out and about a lot lately and is never shy about showing off her amazing body that she “works at constantly,” her personal trainer Harley Pasternak tells RadarOnline.com exclusively.

“Megan is great because she kept going throughout both pregnancies,” Pasternak says, adding, “She was working out up until the day she gave birth and started working out again the second she got medical clearance.”

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The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles star, 28, made both of her pregnancies with husband Brian Austin Green, 41, look easy by never stopping her intense training with Pasternak.

In fact, she announced being pregnant with her second son, Bodhi Ranson Green only 10 months after the birth of her two-year-old son, Noah Shannon Green.

“She really looked great when she delivered and didn’t have too far to go to come back,” he adds.

Pasternak, who made a cameo in TMNT, attributes Fox’s “foxiness” to her constant workouts in addition to her healthy diet.

Many of Pasternak’s clients, which include Kim Kardashian and Jessica Simpson, are known to be difficult to work with, but he says that Fox is not.

“As long as she knows what we are doing in advance and I stick to that she is great,” he tells Radar.

is the author of several of New York Times bestseller fitness books, and to go along with his fourth and latest book, The Body Reset Diet, which involves three smoothies a day in the first five days, he has created his own blender that will be coming out in just a few weeks.

Do you think that Megan Fox has one of the best bodies in Hollywood? Let us know in the comments.

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