Jennifer Lopez Says Her Body Is The Result Of No Caffeine, No Alcohol, And Lifting Weights

Jennifer Lopez’ Super Bowl Body Is The Result Of Cutting Out These 2 Things

“I’ve taken care of myself, and now it shows." - by Lauren Williamson

by | Feb 3, 2020

How does the superstar manage to look 25 at 50? Well, Lopez has previously shared a few tidbits with InStyle about her biggest rules for looking after her body and they include ditching caffeine, abstaining from alcohol, and getting lots of sleep.

“I’ve taken care of myself, and now it shows,” she says.

If you saw the multiple body-baring outfit changes during her half time show, you’d have to agree. 

“I love the way working out makes me feel, so I try to keep my body hydrated and well rested after every workout,” she said. “That way, I’m ready to hit it hard again the next day. I make sure I drink plenty of water, I fuel my body with healthy foods and I make it a priority to get eight hours’ sleep a night. I also love to relax with my kids after a workout and share a healthy snack with them. I always carry fruit and veggies with me to give me something to snack on between meals.”

And her results don’t come without putting in the work at the gym.

Both Lopez and her fiancè, Alex Rodriguez, love training out at TruFusion studios, which offer a variety of workouts – including yoga, battle ropes and boxing, bootcamp, cycling, kettlebells, barre, Pilates, or TRX – done in rooms heated up to 48 degrees celsius. 

She told Us Weekly in 2016 that she likes to get her workouts out of the way in the a.m.

“I work out three or four times a week. When I’m in New York, I work out with David Kirsch—he’s an amazing trainer,” she said. “When I’m in L.A., I work with Tracy Anderson. I like the balance that they both give me. They have two totally different approaches. I like switching it up with my body.”

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The singer also plans regular sweat sessions with Hollywood trainer David Kirsch that include a combo of moves like squats, variations on lunges, and planks.

“She’s genetically blessed, she’s physically gifted with an incredible amount of physical energy, but also this beautiful amount of mental and emotional energy,” David previously told People.

She insists that body image has never been something she’s struggled with.

“I didn’t realise what I was doing—I was just being myself,” she says of all the attention on her (gorgeous) curves when she first became famous. “In my family, curves were glorified and part of the culture. It was just like, ‘Jennifer has a big butt, and it’s good.’”

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All I have to say is…I’ll have what she’s having.

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