does 60 minutes of cardio and strength-training exercises three times a week with her trainer, Scott Parker.
It comes in the form of kickboxing, boxing, and biking outdoors. Her favorite is biking outdoors because she can bring her son along.
“We have fun!” She adds that while she’s happy about the weight loss, she’s not trying to change her womanly curves.
“I’ll never be a stick figure,” she says, but will keep up with her healthy lifestyle.
Scott made it clear that she works out at her own pace. She confessed, “I’d walk up nine steps and be out of breath.” As for her new meal plan, Jill notes that it consists of three low-fat meals and two snacks per day.
Much of her openness to a leaner diet and workout regimen is fueled by her son, Jett. Jill said, “There’s a world of discovery in his eyes, and I want to be around to enjoy it!”
Jill added that she even brings Jett along for some of the workouts.
Like so many other female entertainers, Scott noted that she’s faced the pressures of body image, which is something she’s increasingly grown used to over the course of her career.
“I’ve enjoyed my shares of ‘woo-hoos’ on the street. I’ve enjoyed the company that I’ve kept, and I think I’ve learned over the years that it’s more important to be comfortable with