Singing and performing has been Jessie J‘s passion since she was young. Before she got famous, she was already showcasing her talent on stage productions, such as in the musical Whistle Down the Wind. In her later life, she pursued a career in singing and recording and was eventually signed with a label. In 2010, she released her debut single “Do It like a Dude” via download. It was, however, her second single, “Price Tag”, that catapulted her to international fame. The said song reached No. 1 in various countries.
Afterward, she released her debut studio album Who You Are. It spawned the songs “Nobody’s Perfect”, “Who You Are”, “Domino” and “Laserlight”. In 2013, she released her second album Alive with the hit singles “Wild” and “It’s My Party”. The following year, she released the song “Bang Bang” from her third album Sweet Talker, which also reached atop the UK charts. In addition, she also appeared on television as a coach and mentor on the shows The Voice UK and The Voice Australia. This year, she entered the competition Singer as a contestant.
From the looks of it, singer-performer Jessie J has a slender and toned body, apparently. While her dancing and performing can be considered workouts already, the celebrity does more than that in order to maintain her healthy weight and overall health. She’s actually into fitness, though not always. In an interview, she shared: “I didn’t always work out. I danced a lot until I was 18 or 19, and then I got really busy and I didn’t work out for the first two or three years of my career. And then I did a U.K. arena tour in 2012; that’s when I started working out.”
So, what are her go-to workout routines? She revealed: “If I move, it’s good. Sometimes I just want to stretch, and I don’t want to do any weights, or I just want to use my own bodyweight and do squats, lunges, or jump around, kind of getting to know my own body in some way. Other days, I do deadlifts and barbell squats, and I love sled pushes. I really feel the burn the next day. For cardio, I like rowing and cycling. But I can’t run—I get bored.”