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7 Amazing Bodies of Rookie Blue Stars

Here’s how they stay fit.

Rookie Blue was a popular Canadian police procedural drama that aired on Global in Canada and ABC in the United States. It focused on rookie police officers in Toronto. The show's first season premiered in June 2010, and its sixth and final season wrapped in July 2015. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see TK ways TKNAME stays in shape and the photos that prove they work.


Missy Peregrym

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Missy Peregrym played the lead character, Andy McNally. In a 2011 interview with SELF, she revealed that she loves playing tennis. "Three to four times a week, I get up at 7:30 a.m. while the courts are empty at Venice Beach and play full court one-on-one. Three games each up to eleven [points] ends up being 45 minutes to an hour of straight play. I'm incredibly competitive, so it's good to get this out of the way early in the morning so I can be patient with other things in my life."



Travis Milne

Travis Milne played the role of Chris Diaz on all six seasons. He also works on the Hallmark Channel, and talked about what he likes about it to "Basically our lives are stressful enough as they are," Milne said. "I don't want to add more stress. I don't want to make stressful content. I want to make stuff that people watch and they can kinda escape with it. I mean, that's what movies were in the first place, like during the Depression. Movie sales went up 'cause people wanted to escape to faraway lands that looked beautiful, and they were fun to watch."


Priscilla Faia

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Priscilla Faia joined the show as the character Chloe Price in season four. She opened up about her diet and favorite pastimes with Chilled Magazine. "I love to cook. I especially love to cook for my friends and family. If I can put some good wholesome food in the bellies of people I love, it's a good day."


Enuka Okuma

Enuka Okuma played Traci Nash on the show. In a 2011 interview with SELF, she talked about her favorite way to stay in shape. "I'm a fan of the gym, hiking, yoga, or just about anything to stay active, but I must say, hula hooping has got to be my favorite way to work out," says Okuma. "You have so much fun while hooping, and you're concentrating so hard on trying to keep the damn thing up that you don't even realize how many calories you're burning! I loved hooping as a kid, but as an adult, I now know there are so many benefits to this sneaky core work out I try and get in at least fifteen minutes of hooping a day."


Melanie Nicholls-King

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Melanie Nicholls-King played Noelle Williams on the show. She talked about the secrets behind her long career to Parle Magazine. "My strength has always been my family and my friends who are like family. This business can chew you up and spit you out and if you don't have some calm in the storm, it's a very lonely journey. My family and friends love me whether I'm working or not and that makes all the difference."


Lyriq Bent

Lyriq Bent played Frank Gest from seasons one to five. He shared how he approaches auditions to "This is my own philosophy every time I do a job: I make my situation more difficult for myself. Because more is expected of you each time you do something successful. If you do anything less than that, now you're acting like you've done it all. I know I've not been given anything. I've just been working, grinding, and you've always got to be mindful of the work and the effort that you put in so you can continue to be successful, whatever that is to you. To me, that's about making a product that resonates with people."


Rachael Ancheril

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Rachael Ancheril played Marlo Cruz on the show. She participated in "Veganuary", where people eat vegan for the entire month of January. Ancheril talked about how she learned to adapt and gave advice to others with The Lazy Hikers. "It's been an incredible journey, and I encourage everyone to try it – and to those that try, applaud yourself! Don't be hard on yourself, your journey is your journey. It took us four years to get to this point and every step of the way, big or little, is a step towards the inclusivity and connectedness I feel. Veganuary is SO supportive, and I use the information on their site throughout the year (and throughout ALL these years!)."

Anna Bechtel
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