Julianne Hough Does Health Magazine

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On having off days:

“Sometimes I don’t want to work out, and so sometimes I don’t. Sometimes I’m just like, ‘I deserve a day off—I’m fine.’ But sometimes I’m like, ‘No, come on, I know I’m gonna feel better afterward.’ The end result is always the best. There’s never been a time I’ve finished a workout and been like, ‘I totally regret doing that.’”

On what she does to stay healthy:

“Me time. If I don’t have my space for an hour, I feel overwhelmed and I need to just chill… I just need some time every day where I can think and put myself in a good place. I always try to wake up and think about three things that I’m grateful for: something that has happened already, something I’m currently grateful for, and something that I’m wanting that I can achieve that day.”

On her morning routine:

“I always wake up and we make fresh juices. It’s mainly kale, cucumber, spinach, sometimes beets, celery, lemon, ginger. For sweetness we’ll do apple or carrots. I have half a protein shake before I work out because I need a little bit of energy, but I’m one of those people who can’t have a full breakfast. Brooks can have, like, a tub of oatmeal, and I’m like, ‘I would throw up.’ When I finish the workout, I finish the protein shake. Then I come home and have a bowl of oatmeal and berries or something like that. “

On her body image and dealing with endometriosis: 

“The other day, when we were at the beach and I was having my endo stuff, and we got paparazzi’d and I literally was like, ‘Oh my God.’ My stomach was like—people were asking me if I was pregnant. I definitely have my moments for sure. But it’s not so much what I look like; it’s how I feel.”

… says Julianne in Health Magazine.

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6 thoughts on “Julianne Hough Does Health Magazine”

  1. I would like the cover so much more if it didn’t have “GOALS” obnoxiously sprawled across it. I hope that term is retired from our vernacular soon. I like that she goes out without makeup. 🙂

  2. What she does seems good and she looks great. But can she please read books in that hour of her alone time so she improves her vocabulary? Every fifth word being like is just painful to read, whether you’re a native speaker or not (which I believe she is).

    • Agreed. All I took from reading these excerpts was that she doesn’t sound very bright. But I don’t know much about her so maybe it’s just a bad habit or she’s trying to sound cool (it doesn’t) or something. Same with Miley Cyrus, her message might be good sometimes but the way she phrases it ruins everything. I’m not a native speaker and – not tooting my own horn here but I think it’s true – I could express myself more coherently than that. About her body, most of the time I’m envious of her abs, but sometimes I find her too skinny for my taste.

      • I’m not a native speaker of English either, and that’s why it saddens me so much more that this actually gets printed. Maybe she isn’t a great speaker, but she could probably arrange a written interview instead (if she cared). I know I sounded like this at my final exam in high school during the oral exam because I was nervous, and it haunts me to this day…

  3. I think she looks great, but there have definitely been photos (on this site) where she has also looked very drawn and too thin for her frame. Seems to me like she has a habit of taking her diet and workouts a little far. Anyway, again, she looks awesome in this series of photos.

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