Jessica looks amazing after having two kids, and she told ‘Shape’ magazine that she actually feels more comfortable in her skin after giving birth! Get her hot body with her 30 minute workout secrets below.
Jessica Alba, 34, admits “working out sucks” in the June 2015 issue of Shape magazine but the working mom seems to balance it all — and looks super hot while doing it! Read her workout tips and see what food she’s “addicted” to right here!
Jessica Alba For ‘Shape’ Magazine — Reveals Workout & Diet Tips For June 2015 Issue
Jessica told Shape:
“I have to break a sweat or I don’t feel like I’ve gotten anything done. When I only have 30 minutes, I’ll do a series of burpees, mountain climbers, squat jumps, planks, and a few sun salutations. But I’m not going to lie. Working out sucks. Which is why I love taking classes, because I’m surrounded by other people and that keeps me motivated and accountable. These days, I do power yoga with light weights in a 105-degree room, so it’s a mix of hot yoga and strength training. I also spin. The key for me is good music, like 2 Chainz, Lil Wayne, Rihanna, Jay-Z, Beyoncé.”
Jessica says it’s all about being a healthy role model for her daughters. “I wasn’t truly confident about my body until I had my daughters, Honor, 7, and Haven, 3. I felt more comfortable in my own skin after they were born. Plus, if I want them to be happy with their bodies, I need to walk the walk.”
Jessica Alba’s Diet — Reveals Her Biggest Food Addiction
Jessica says: “I was never a big breakfast person — I used to just pound coffee and a banana in the morning — but recently I started making this shake using vegan protein powder, matcha green tea powder, a banana, coconut water, and ice. I drink it before a workout and it doesn’t make me feel too full. Or I can have it after-ward and feel satisfied until lunch.”
Jessica eats healthy, but a no-carb diet isn’t going to happen.
“I’m addicted to popcorn. I eat it throughout the day. I’m a scatterbrain with lots of things to do at once, and eating popcorn helps me concentrate. It’s my way of dealing with my mind wandering off.”
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— Dory Larrabee-Zayas