Brooke Shields, 55, says she ‘works very hard’ for her bikini body and admits she ‘can’t stand’ exercise
She regularly shares her bikini photos with fans online.
But Brooke Shields has confessed that her enviable, toned and fit body doesn’t take her for granted, she has to work hard for it.
The 55-year-old said she had ‘man hands’ and ‘very strong bone structure’ when talking to her The mothers on Monday evening.
It is not easy! Brooke Shields revealed on Monday that she had to ‘work very hard’ for her enviable bikini body
“I have never been thin. I was never considered skinny, ”she began.
“I have men’s hands and men’s hands are great. I have a very strong bone structure and I am a strong person. ‘
The Blue Lagoon star added that she was never ‘waif’ thin like the other models in the 80s and 90s.
Proud: ‘I have to work very hard to be fit … I am not a naturally ectomorphic person. I really have to do my best, but I’m stronger and healthier and now I don’t feel like hiding so much ‘
“Strength became my go-to,” she added.
“I have to work very hard to be fit … I’m not a naturally ectomorphic person. I really have to try my best, but I’m stronger and healthier and now I don’t feel like hiding so much. ‘
An ectomorphic body type is described as a body that is lean and thin by nature, where the person finds it more difficult to build muscle.
Brooke also shared how being physically helped during the COVID-19 pandemic helped her.
Strong boned: I was never skinny. I was never considered the skinny, ‘she said (pictured in Blue Lagoon)
Always strong: ‘I have men’s hands and men’s hands are great. I have a very strong bone structure and I am a strong person ‘
“I really think being physical will help us through this time,” she said.
“And when I tell you, I can’t stand sports – I never liked it. I don’t like going to the gym, I don’t like counting anything, it drives me crazy. ‘
And while Brooke doesn’t particularly like training, she keeps her fans motivated with real workouts on her social media accounts.
Brooke participated in a Q&A last month In contact, the media personality said she began exploring meditation in the middle of early March’s lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The actress said, “I signed up for a live streaming meditation led by Deepak Chopra on Facebook,” she said.
“My family fooled me by saying,” Oh, Mom is going to be completely zen now. ”
Zen: In a Q&A Brooke did with InTouch last month, the media personality said she started exploring meditation amid the beginning of the March lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic
Brooke also explained how she had a breakthrough in fitness with the newly learned skills.
The Pretty Baby star said, “Before, I had never focused on the spiritual element of exercise or the idea of honoring your body and soul. Those were rather words; they did not feel realistic. ‘
She added that “training has never been Zen” for her, because “everything was a goal” when it came to her motivation.
“None of the exercises I’ve done in the past have come from either loving it or giving me peace of mind. When I was younger, it was all ego-based: if you want to participate in this campaign, you have to stay fit. ‘
Brooke has enjoyed lockdown with her screenwriter husband Chris Henchy, 56, and their daughters Rowan, 17, and Grier, 14.
Family: Brooke has enjoyed closing with her screenwriter husband Chris Henchy, 56, and their daughters Rowan, 17, and Grier, 14 (pictured 2020)