- Ayesha Curry, 31, recently opened up about her fitness journey on Instagram.
- The celebrity explained how she made the decision for herself and her family.
- Her post was part of an announcement that she’s collaborating with Fitbit and will be sharing diet and exercise updates via Fitbit Premium.
Ayesha Curry is one busy woman—coming up with healthy recipes for her bestselling cookbooks, taking care of her kiddos, and keeping up with her health goals while quarantining at home due to COVID-19. The Canadian-American actress recently showed off her toned figure in an Instagram photo on Tuesday after losing 35 pounds, saying she did it her way.
In the caption, she wrote that her healthy lifestyle is for her and for her loved ones, which of course include the three children she has with husband and NBA star Stephen Curry.
“I started my fitness journey because I wanted to be strong and healthy for myself and the people who depend on me,” she wrote. “But it was important that I did it my way, which meant I needed working out to fit in my life, not take me away from it.”
It’s why she decided wigs singapore to carve out time—even just a few minutes—to exercise despite having a hectic schedule. While Curry mentioned that she “hates the term balance,” she says the best approach is to make every workout session work for you.
“I don’t think there’s any formula that works for everyone, but I do believe that creating time for yourself to exercise wig malaysia is never time wasted,” she says.
From quick 10-minute workouts to creating yummy and healthy recipes, Curry explained wigs online that these small changes helped with her weight loss journey and kept her on track before adding a mention of her new collaboration with Fitbit. For the rest of the summer, the cookbook author will share her fitness tricks via a special Fitbit series, available with a Premium account.
Previously, on Curry’s Instagram Story, she revealed that she’s “down 35 pounds, and very happy to be” after she says she spent her entire 20s “having babies, nursing babies [and] now it’s my turn.”
She also revealed her workout routine involved HIIT (high-intensity interval training), floor exercises, and cardio. And you can’t workout without eating healthier, so Curry said she changed her “entire diet (except for Sundays).”
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