7 Iconic Celebrity Bodies We'll Never Forget
Get ready to be inspired by these seven iconic celebrity bodies that have left an indelible mark on our memories. Kate Moss, known for her timeless beauty, revealed her fitness journey and newfound love for exercise. Cindy Crawford, the epitome of a supermodel, shared her balanced diet for a stunning physique. Jennifer Lopez, hailed for her enviable figure, emphasized the importance of working out for her happiness. Prepare to be motivated and inspired by these remarkable celebrities!
In a 2018 interview with The Guardian, Kate Moss revealed that she started exercising more. "Now I've actually started working out, I'm really quite into it. I'm at very early stages, but I've joined a gym and all that, and it's made me feel really good. I worked out for an hour every consecutive day for a couple of weeks and it was enough that I really started to see the benefits, which I'd never really done before. I always thought 'this is agony, I'm not coming back. This is torture'. But this time I just kind of pushed through. I honestly lost an inch off my waist in about 10 days. Now I really enjoy it."
In a 2014 interview with Into The Gloss, Cindy Crawford shared the diet that resulted in her supermodel body. "On a typical weekday I usually have a protein shake for breakfast because it's fast—I need to get the kids out the door… For lunch I'll have salad, sometimes with chicken, sometimes without. For dinner we'll go for sushi, or if we eat at home I'll try to make a meal like turkey meatballs with pasta, a salad, and a vegetable."
Jennifer Lopez's body and looks have been praised throughout the years. She opened up about her workout secrets in a 2016 interview with Hello! "I am 100 percent convinced that working out is part of what makes me so happy. Dance has always been a huge part of my life and taking the time to move my body and do something that's so good for me is key to my happiness."
Arnold Schwarzenegger opened up about reducing the meat in his diet in an interview with Men's Health. "To be clear: I'm not fully vegan. I just about eat 80% less meat than I used to." The actor also broke down his typical meals in the interview. "In the morning, after my workout I usually have oatmeal or greek yoghurt with granola. For lunch I always have a salad. Sometimes with a plant based burger or maybe with salmon or chicken. Other times it's with a scramble or omelette. For dinner I always have soup. I like to eat light for my last meal."
Actor and former wrestler, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, makes sure to take care of both his physical and mental health. On an episode of The Pivot, Johnson talked about his struggles with depression. "I've worked hard over the years to gain the emotional tools to work through any mental pain that may come to test me. As men, we didn't talk about it. We just kept our head down and worked through it. Not healthy, but it's all we knew."
Laverne Cox is known for showing off her figure on social media. Cox opened up about her workout in an interview with InStyle. "I'm not overachieving in fitness at the moment. I'm doing it, it's not as high-level, but I like where I'm at with it now. It's fun, it's medicinal, and I'm not being hard on myself. I think studying classical ballet creates this thing where you just beat yourself up, and I'm not doing that right now."
Victoria's Secret Angel, Jasmine Tookes, opened up about how she stays consistent with fitness with Byrdie. "I always put in my mind how I felt the day before after I worked out," she explains. "If I worked out the day before, then I felt really good, really energized, and ready to do anything. If I just slump down and do nothing my body doesn't feel good. I have to remind myself…I call my friend and I'm like, 'Hey, let's schedule a workout, cause if not I'm not gonna go,'" she says. "The buddy system is definitely up there at the top of how I stay motivated."