Christina Hendricks Health Magazine Interview : I’d Trade Bodies With Jessica Alba

Christina Hendricks Health Magazine Interview : I’d Trade Bodies With Jessica Alba – In an upcoming issue of Health Magazine, Christina Hendricks talks about how she is able to stay fit. She said in her interview that if she could, she would like to trade bodies with Jessica Alba. She also talked about the pressures of her industry, saying that she has been encouraged by agents to lose weight on many occasions, and now that her curvy figure is attracting attention, she is being asked to remain at the same weight.
Hendricks said that when she first moved in Italy, she drank coffee on a daily basis and gained as much as 15 pounds. The weight gain did not affect her body image, and she said that she felt as beautiful as ever, despite her weight gain.


“I get kind of bored on the treadmill, but I do it. And I do a little bit of weight training. I’m really into the BOSU ball. You have to balance on it, and I do weights and squats on it. I’m pretty good at it, I feel sort of like a Karate Kid,” she said in her interview.
Hendricks also went on to say that she liked salty and creamy foods. Everyone has their vice, and Hendrick’s claims that her biggest weakness is a bag of chips and French onion dip. It just goes to show that when you are not focused on body image, you will be able to live a more fulfilling life.
On having a healthy body image: “I guess my mom raised me right. She was very celebratory of her body. I never heard her once say, ‘I feel fat.’ Back when I was modeling, the first time I went to Italy I was having cappuccinos every day, and I gained 15 pounds. And I felt gorgeous! I would take my clothes off in front of the mirror and be like, ‘Oh, I look like a woman.’ And I felt beautiful, and I never tried to lose it, ’cause I loved it.”
On staying motivated to be healthy: “I was a dancer until I was 19. I never had to worry about working out or what I ate. So I’ve really had to train myself to get down to the gym. But what surprised me was that my husband said [the other day], ‘I’m going down to work out,’ and I was like, ‘Oh, I wish I was going.’ And I was like, ‘Ooh! I can’t believe I just said that!’ I’d had a busy week working 16-hour days, and I didn’t get to work out, and I missed it. My friends will read this and be like, ‘No you didn’t.’ But it’s true!”
On her workout routine: “I get kind of bored on the treadmill, but I do it. And I do a little bit of weight training. I’m really into the BOSU ball. You have to balance on it, and I do weights and squats on it. I’m pretty good at it, I feel sort of like a Karate Kid . . . I read magazines, and I’ll try [the exercises]. It’s something different, and, often, you don’t need equipment. If I get any private time in my trailer, all of a sudden I’m doing sit-ups and push-ups.”
On her food vices: “I like salty, creamy foods. I could sit down with a bag of chips and French onion dip and go to town! That would be on my last-supper list. But I discovered that dry French onion soup mix in nonfat yogurt tastes just as good. It really does!”
On the constant attention: “I made the grave mistake after one awards show of reading comments online about what I wore, and I was like,’Oh my God, people are so mean!’ I still remember all those negative comments, despite all the wonderful positivity. That’s why we’re all in therapy! [We remember] the 10 bad things that happen to us instead of the 100 nice ones.”

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