11 Amazing Bodies of Kaley Cuoco and Friends
In the world of Hollywood, Kaley Cuoco and her circle of friends showcase not only their remarkable talents but also their dedication to health and wellness. From Kaley herself, who's found her fitness passion in hot yoga, to Katey Sagal's love for Physique 57 workouts, these stars prioritize staying active. Cuoco's co-star, Mayim Bialik, shares her vegan lifestyle and favorite snacks. Melissa Rauch, another Big Bang Theory alum, promotes healthy eating for children. With these insights, get ready to discover the amazing bodies and wellness secrets of Kaley Cuoco and her friends.
Kaley Cuoco shared her favorite and least favorite workouts in an interview with Women's Health. "I tried spinning, I tried running, I tried yoga, I tried Pilates. I realized I don't like running…I refuse to do it. I like spinning, so I try to mix that in. When I found hot yoga, I fell in love with it and was like, this is my thing."
Katey Sagal has played Cuoco's mom on two different occasions. The two were main characters on the show, 8 Simple Rules. Sagal then guest-starred as Penny's mom on an episode of The Big Bang Theory, saying she'd play Cuoco's mom in anything. Sagal shared her favorite workout in an Us Weekly interview. "My new favorite exercise is a barre class called Physique 57. It kicks my ass, and raises it up!"
Mayim Bialik is one of Cuoco's Big Bang Theory co-stars. Bialik is a vegan, and shared some of her favorite foods in an interview with The Beet. She says that her go-to snacks are, "Carrots are my go-to, any fruit really: grapes and berries are easiest. A handful of nuts. And air-popped popcorn! And Boba non-dairy milk tea."
Melissa Rauch worked with Cuoco on The Big Bang Theory. She also has a book encouraging kids to eat healthy, called The Tales Of Tofu. "I've always been super passionate about healthy cooking and advocating for kids to get the best possible nutrition that they can," Rauch told Green Matters. "And so I loved the idea that we could create a children's book that would introduce them to this not-so-familiar food, but a food that's so incredibly good for you."
Zosia Mamet is a close friend of Cuoco's. In a revealing interview with Bustle, Mamet talked about overcoming an eating disorder. "It's much easier now than it was at 17 or 22 or even 28. It continues to get easier, but I keep fighting. I tried to evict the bitchy roommate, but she claimed squatter's rights. She gets a little loud from time to time, but for the most part I just ignore her. And at the end of the day, I'm still here. So I think it's pretty clear who won this round. Never stop fighting for yourself, no matter what form that takes. Choose you, choose life, choose happiness. You're worth fighting for."
Lacey Chabert is another of Cuoco's close friends. She shared her skincare secrets, and the new products she's started using with New Beauty. "I just recently discovered The Dermapore, which is great for infusing serums into your skin before the makeup artist applies makeup. I also was introduced to Jane Iredale mineral powder years ago on-set. I have used it ever since."
Amy Davidson worked with Cuoco on 8 Simple Rules, and the two have remained friends. Davidson shared her health secrets in an interview with Usana. "I found yoga almost 4 years ago and it has completely enriched my life, physically and mentally. I feel stronger. Plus, I'm doing all these crazy things I never though I would ever do. I spend a lot of time upside down and on my hands and I love it."
Anna Faris is one of Cuoco's close friends. She talked about her diet secrets and struggles to eat healthy to POPSugar. "I'm not great at eating healthy, it's a little tricky for me. If I don't skip breakfast, I'll eat a KIND bar on the way to work, and then [for lunch] I'll have a turkey sandwich with a lot of mayonnaise, some chips, and iced tea. Then maybe Italian for dinner. . . I like taste sensations in my mouth."
Johnny Galecki is both Cuoco's Big Bang Theory co-star and ex, and the two have remained friends. Galecki shared some of his wellness secrets with WebMD. "I've totally bought into the whole juice thing, and I make a real effort to stay consistent, despite frequent travel. Also, don't tell my brother, I do yoga. I'm a fairly stocky guy, so I like doing things that use my own body weight to keep off added bulk. The psychological element has also been life-changing for me."
TV host Maria Menounos is a close friend of Cuoco's. She revealed to People that her diet and workout is dependent on what outfit she has to wear for an event. "If I have a dress with a high slit, I'll work more on my legs, but I'm always active so I don't [do anything differently]. I have been working out with a trainer for the last few weeks because I really want to build my upper body. The amount of weights I'm doing I can't do by myself. For me anything over 10 lbs. is a lot for me! I've gotten up to 25 lbs."
Cuoco is friends with celebrity stylist, Brad Goreski. He shared some of his skincare secrets with Into The Gloss. "I guess you could call me a beauty junkie—I have a lot of beauty products. People DM me about the best facialist, the best cream I've tried, a mask I was wearing. When I wake up, I brush my teeth, have my coffee, and put sunscreen on before I leave. When I turned 40, I became really excessive about putting sunscreen on my face. I think it's something people don't really do, but here you have to do it, do it, do it."