Brooklyn Decker Workout Routine

Brooklyn Decker

It was in 2007 that Hollywood star Brooklyn Decker got her start in the acting biz. She made her debut in the television pilot Lipshitz Saves the World. She next made guest appearances in the shows Chuck, Royal Pains, and Ugly Betty. She became further known after appearing on the cover of Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue in 2010.

Afterward, she became more active as a film actress making her debut in Just Go with It. She next starred in the 2012 movies Battleship and What to Expect When You’re Expecting. Subsequently, she starred in the movies Stretch, Results, and Lovesong. Her latest movies were in Band Aid and Support the Girls. In addition, she also starred in the short-lived sitcom Friends with Better Lives. As of 2015, she stars as Mallory Hanson in the sitcom Grace and Frankie.

The 30-year-old actress stays in shape by working out as regularly as possible. She sticks to an active lifestyle not only to stay slender but to also feel strong and energetic. So, what does she do to keep her body moving? One thing she loves is dancing. In an interview, she said:

“Yesterday I returned from a trip to Australia and Munich, so I resorted to my secret, sure-fire method to get my body moving again. I blasted three Taylor Swift songs as loud as I could and started running in place and doing some stupid booty dancing. Sometimes I’ll watch a music video of a great performer like Beyonce and try to follow her choreography. Yeah, maybe I look ridiculous, but dancing gets your energy up a lot better than running on a treadmill or pedaling a stationary bike.”

She also loves outdoor activities, saying: “Whenever I’m near a body of water, I love to rent a kayak. It’s easy to use, and you not only get a cardio workout but also do a vigorous upper-body workout, pushing and pulling your paddle through the water. And let’s face it: The view is always a lot better than the one you can get in a gym.”

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