Oh heeeeey 🙋 Thank you @healthmagazine #Repost @healthmagazine (@get_repost) ・・・ Erin, oh Erin! Say hello to our July and August #HealthCoverStar @erinandrews! Click the link in our bio to see how she's planning for her wedding, her favorite healthy eats, and how she's gotten stronger after a cervical cancer scare! (📷 by @jameswhitefoto)
If you had to guess Erin Andrews' age, would you guess 39? Of course you wouldn't, because this sideline reporter and Dancing With the Stars co-host looks nothing close to 39 — just check her out on the cover of Health magazine.
Set to marry her NHL broadcaster fiancé Jarret Stoll while on break from football and DWTS action this summer, Andrews is living her best life right about now. She says she feels better than ever about her body, even though she can no longer put away McDonald's chicken nuggets like it's her job.
"It’s crazy — back in the day, I would crush Chicken McNuggets and French fries, and that would be my meal," she told Health. "But I handled weight a little differently then: I didn’t have the muscle tone. Now I’m addicted to working out; it just makes me feel better."
"I try to say to people who hate working out, 'It sucks going. I’m always in a crappy mood when I go. But when I walk out, I’m like Céline Dion: My heart will go on!'"
She shared one of her Céline Dion-worthy workouts with Health, saying that when she can't make it to Orangetheory Fitness, a trendy gym boutique chain she's a public endorser of, she emulates an Orangetheory workout on her treadmill at home. And guess what? It involves no running at all. Zero!
In fact, Andrews is more about stepping up the incline and intensity rather than the speed, and she's even a big fan of interval training.
"I’m a walker, not a runner, so I just do, like, 4.0 incline and 4.0 speed, and I’m on it for a minute," she told Health. "Then, for the next 30 minutes, I do 6.0 incline, 4.3 speed. Then for a minute, I go 8, and you go back and forth with your intervals. And then I try to do weights so I feel like I’m getting a full-body workout."
On top of her interval training treadmill workouts, Andrews says her latest discovery to maintaining that fit, toned bod of hers is bone broth.
"I’ve really been obsessed with bone broth," she said. "I just drank some before I came here, with turmeric, ginger and carrots in it — it’s like a beverage you’re drinking with your meal."
Interval treadmill training and bone broth — the secrets to Erin Andrews' rockin' bod. Got it.