FitSugarSource: 10 Celebrities Who Can't Wait to Get to the Gym
Staying in shape is almost a part-time job for celebs - it's no wonder so many of Hollywood's starlets hate working out. But even with the demands of their career and the pressure to look good, there are some celebs who love to exercise. Keep reading to see which famous faces can't go a day without a little time spent on the treadmill, Reformer, or yoga mat.
Minka Kelly :
"Exercise is like meditation for me. And I'm giving myself that time . . . I cannot live without it now. When you have such a good workout, it clears everything up mentally, physically, and you just have a better day."
- Minka Kelly told Self that working out with celeb trainer Gunnar Peterson has been life-changing.
- Christina Ricci: "I do a lot of walking on my treadmill because I injured myself once jogging. Now I just walk on an incline . . . I really try to do something physically active every day." - Christina Ricci on how she stays in such great shape. Christina also told Us Weekly she tried to get her boyfriend to buy her the Brazil Butt Lift DVD workout series after watching the infomercial.
"Exercise is so amazing from the inside out. I feel so alive and have so much energy."
-Vanessa Hudgens shares with Shape how exercise gives her what's needed to power through her day.
Bridget Moynahan :
"It's a combination of wanting to be strong, fit and healthy and enjoying the stress release. If you're healthy all around, you'll feel better, and if you feel better, you'll have a more positive outlook. It's all connected."
- Actress Bridget Moynahan tells Self what keeps her motivated to stay fit.
"I love my butter pecan ice cream, but I also love to work out. We all have our issues. Mine is arms and legs, keeping them tight and toned. It takes work, believe me."
- Beyoncé tells Cosmopolitan UK that staying healthy and fit is worth the extra effort.
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Lauren Graham :
"Just keep moving. Someone said this to me a long time ago. It's a Buddhist saying, I think: 'There is no wasted effort.'"
- Lauren Graham shares with Health the importance of remaining active.
LeAnn Rimes :
"[Working out] really did make me feel better and kind of saved me. It gave me a bit of sanity . . . I'm serious about my exercise. I don't just doodle around. I see people at the gym talking on their cell phones. If they think their bodies are really going to change . . . I mean, you've got to put in the effort!"
- LeAnn Rimes on the positive power of exercise. She told Shape that her fitness routine includes Spinning, weights, and boxing.
"I like what it does for my mind. If I've had a bad day, if I'm feeling stressed out, if I'm feeling overwhelmed - it takes it all away. It's my antidote for everything. If I feel any sort of emotional upheaval, I go for a jog and I feel better."
- Kelly Ripa on how exercise keeps her life in balance.
Jessica Biel :
"I like to do a couple of yoga classes during the week, mixed in with weight training sessions for strength . . . yoga for me is more of an elongating thing. I hike and walk my dogs a lot. It keeps me very clear-headed."
- Jessica Biel talks to Glamour about why exercise is such a part of her life.
Rebecca Romijn :
"I try to break a sweat every day. It doesn't always happen that way, but that's the goal."
- Rebecca Romijn shares her workout regimen with Us Weekly.
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