Arden Cho Workout Routine

Arden Cho

It was in 2006 that Arden Cho started her acting career. She did so when she made an uncredited role in the movie The Break-Up. After that, she acted in some short films. She later started a television career as well. Her TV debut was on Mad TV. Her career became more prolific in the 2010s. During this period, she appeared in the film Mega Python vs. Gatoroid. She later made a minor role in the action film Olympus Has Fallen.

She also appeared in the movie The Baytown Outlaws and in the TV film Walking the Halls. Her first substantial role was as Kira Yukimura in the MTV series Teen Wolf. She started a recurring role in the third season. She later became part of the main cast for seasons 4-5. After her stint in Teen Wolf ended, she joined the main cast of the series Tween Fest. She later appeared in two episodes of the show Freakish. Her latest work was a guest appearance in Chicago Med.

The 32-year-old actress talked about her body issues before. Celebrities working in Hollywood feel the pressure of staying slender most of the time and the Teen Wolf is no exception. She said: “I really struggled with my weight and accepting my body. I’ve always wanted to be under a 100lbs.” She added: “Keep in my mind I have not been under 100lbs since I was in middle school. I was really into sports and a healthy lifestyle so I had too much muscle to be that thin. But I still wanted it, because I thought that was what would make me beautiful.”

Now is a different story for her. She has since accepted her body and whatever flaws it could have. For her, being fit and healthy means being confident as well. The thing that matters in all this is that she keeps her body healthy by eating right and working out. In an interview, she revealed that she stays active by playing with her dog. She also tries to work out even if she doesn’t have much time. How does she do this? She revealed: “When I’m really pressed for time, I’ll go outside with Chewy and run/walk for about 10 minutes then a quick rotation of abs and squats/burpees.”

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