“I feel like boxing is very much like acting, except you’re just fighting yourself. You’re not allowing yourself to be defeated, you’re getting up after you’ve been knocked down, and you have to believe that you can win.” — Gina Rodriguez for Women’s Health Magazine, May 2016
Lauren Cohan for Women’s Health Magazine December 2014 Issue
“It’s funny, we delve into things every single day that make the rest of life seem really, really calm, and I think that going through and processing that stuff just gives me a real appreciation for when things are normal.”
“I was a gymnast for eight years, starting when I was 4 years old,” Pink tells People, explaining where she got her body confidence. "So instead of thinking, ‘Am I skinny? What does my body look like?’ I grew up thinking, ‘Am I fast enough? How can I use my body?’ I’m a person who could always lose a couple here and there, but I would rather be strong than bony.”
Pink says that her two-year-old daughter Willow shares her mom’s penchant for shedding her clothes.
"She said to me the other day, ‘Mama, on Tuesday I think we should get naked and have a naked booby butt dance party.’ I was like, ‘I’m in.’”
THE LOWE DOWN:Daisy sculpts those long, lean curves with the help of Triyoga Pilates instructor Jinji Garland, using isometric exercises that tense and tone the muscles without much body movement. Try this set four times a week.
I think having strong friends – having a support group – is everything. It’s so important to have friends that you can rely on, that you can lean on no matter what you’re going through – good times and bad, I feel really lucky I’ve met a lot of amazing women along the way and I hope that they’ll be in my life forever.
Karlie Kloss talks about the importance of her #GirlSquad (x)
“Even if you’re unhappy, just pretend that you’re happy. Eventually, your smile will be contagious to yourself. I had to learn that. I used to think, ‘I’m being fake.’ But you know what? Better to be fake and happy than real and miserable.”
“I’m trying to use my social media as a way to communicate that I’m flawed and that I’m okay with it. It’s a very strange feeling to be okay with a little cellulite or a little extra anything. I don’t look at it and feel terrified anymore, and my confidence changed because of that. I carry myself differently.“