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Celebrities have a tough job–maintaining the perfect weight and ideal look. See how Jane Seymour, The Bella Twins and Red Sox Hall of Famer, Fred Lynn, Keep Fit!


Please excuse the typos and punctuation errors. This transcript was completed by AI voice-generation software.

Phoebe Chongchua: You look absolutely fantastic. Look at her. She looks fantastic. So people are going to want to know how do you stay looking? So fantastic.

Jane Seymour: I don’t know

Phoebe Chongchua: It just comes naturally.

Jane Seymour: No, no. My whole family’s fat. Trust me. The regular size of my family member is big. No, I love to dance. I dance a little bit. Mostly I do Pilates, geritonics. And I try to get some cardio in. I’m really bad about it. And we grow organic food at home and we eat fruits and vegetable from the garden. Almost no red meat.

Fred Lynn: You know what, Phoebe, in 19, in the seventies when I first came in, there was no training. I have to be honest. I’m a baseball guy. There was no training. I played football and I played basketball. And you did a lot of hard work in those sports. Baseball was like a day off. We didn’t do anything. There was no weight lifting because we were supposed to get muscle bound and then that was no good. So it wasn’t until later on that I started to learn about my body and what the heck I needed to do. I’m in better shape now, probably, certainly what I put in my body than when I was 23 years old. We just didn’t know.

Phoebe Chongchua: So tell me about what you put in your body. Tell me about, a little bit about your diet. What type of diet do you follow?

Fred Lynn: I’m a high protein guy. If I eat carbs, I eat ’em early in the day. A lot of fruits and vegetables. More meals than not. I try not to have one big meal. I try to have a bunch of small ones. I do cardio at least five times a week. I play golf. I’d love to play tennis. I still try to do that. I quit hoops a while back, but I’m pretty active guy, so got to feed the feel.

Phoebe Chongchua: You look great. Thanks for being with us. I didn’t think I’d see the day that this would be happening. And I did have a fitness segment in San Diego for 10 years, but here I am with two female wrestlers. Alright, now you don’t look like wrestlers.

The Bella Twins: Beautiful. Can be very deceiving. Yes, it can.

Phoebe Chongchua: How did you get involved in this?

The Bella Twins: Well actually, Vince McMahon was looking for twins and he found us in LA at our agency and he realized that Nikki and I not only were involved in entertainment, but we came from an athletic background. We were huge soccer players.

The Bella Twins: It was our calling to kick butt and look good doing it.

Phoebe Chongchua: Right on. Put it here. Yes. Do you enjoy this?

The Bella Twins: Oh my gosh, my gosh. It’s become our passion. It’s just we get to perform in front of huge crowds and the energy is just absolutely amazing. And we’re huge in 145 countries and we just love our fans. They’re so supportive. Yeah, I mean, we get paid to see the world and perform doing it at the same time. So it’s like a dream job.

Phoebe Chongchua: Yeah. Alright ladies. So what a lot of women will want to know, well, and men too, is how do you keep fit?

The Bella Twins: Well, we are addicted to yoga. We love yoga. We do it a lot on our off days. I also have a thing that we call Bella Bootcamp, and I do 300 abs every night. Whether I go to the gym or not, I always do 300 abs, 20 squats, 20 lunges, 20 pushups. That is no matter what, buzzed, sober, starving, full. It doesn’t matter.

And also we make sure we get our cardio in. We try to at least do 30 minutes a day, if not two hours. I mean, it all depends on where we’re at, what city, country, even at home. But to get at least 30 minutes, whether it’s walking or running or something, we feel good.


Phoebe Chongchua is a multimedia brand journalist who consults and writes on wellness, all things plant-based, fitness, lifestyle, and travel. She is yoga certified and earned her certificate in Whole Food Plant-Based Eating in 2010 through eCornell and the T. Colin Campbell Foundation. She's also a top podcaster for her marketing/storytelling podcast, The Brand Journalism Advantage at ThinkLikeAJournalist.com

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