American actress Jamie Chung began her career on reality television. This was on the MTV show The Real World: San Diego. She next joined Real World/Road Rules Challenge: The Inferno II. After said gigs, she started acting on film and television. Her first notable role on TV was on the soap opera Days of Our Lives. She went on to portray Chi Chi in the film Dragonball Evolution. In the 2010s, she became known for her supporting roles in Grown Ups, Sucker Punch, The Hangover Part II and its sequel and Premium Rush. She went on to play the lead in the movie Eden. Some of her latest films are Sin City: A Dame to Kill For and Flock of Dudes. She’s also widely known for playing Mulan on the TV series Once Upon a Time. She’s now a regular on the TV series Resident Advisors.
Jamie is both prolific on the big and small screen. Ever since starting out in the entertainment industry, the actress has maintained her slender physique. She’s now in her 30s, so it becomes more crucial for her to take care of herself. She doesn’t manage her body by only eating right. She also accomplishes her health and fitness by working out regularly. In an interview, the actress said about her fitness regimen:
“I would run Monday, Tuesday, Friday, and Saturdays and rotate a spin class, Pilates, vinyasa flow power yoga, or boxing into my Wednesday cross-training days. Thursday’s were active rest days, and on Sundays I was told to go on hour-long power walks to flush out my legs.” She’s totally okay with her workout habits. She added: “Finding the time to go for that long run amidst traveling and work. These long runs took up an average 2.5 hours, which is a lot of time spent running/working out! It was the most satisfying feeling to complete the weekly training schedule without missing a day.”