Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Gabrielle Union on the September 2017 Cover of Health Magazine


Gabrielle Union shows off her toned body on the September 2017 cover of Health magazine. On the cover which was shot by James White, Gabrielle is rocking a white & pink panel two-piece swimsuit. In the issue, she talks social media haters, her hit tv show 'Being Mary Jane', finding balance and so much more. Continue below to read some excerpts from her interview. For more on Gabby's feature, visit Health.com and pick up a copy on newsstand. 





On her 'Being Mary Jane' character:
What I love is we don’t insist she’s likable. She’s the friend who doesn’t always get it right, but she’s real. Like all of us, she hasn’t figured out how to have it all.

On if having it all is possible:
I don’t think so. A mother, to have it all, has to somehow also provide a check, also be superfreak Kama Sutra down to the ground, be a size double zero, be super present in the PTA but still putting in extra hours at work. It is impossible. There are literally not enough hours. To me, having it all is not having it all and it being OK.

On if social media haters get to her:
If it kinda strikes a nerve, I need to know who said it. I deep dive into their social media. No one who’s ever said anything super negative to me has an amazing life. Once I realized that, it’s different than, like, J.Lo saying, 'Her squat form wasn’t right.' Because she would know. But you, in your mom’s basement, really?

On her typical workout routine:
If it kinda strikes a nerve, I need to know who said it. I deep dive into their social media. No one who’s ever said anything super negative to me has an amazing life. Once I realized that, it’s different than, like, J.Lo saying, 'Her squat form wasn’t right.' Because she would know. But you, in your mom’s basement, really?

On if she loves working out:
I do not. [Laughs] I’m not one of those people, like, 'I can’t start my day without it.' Nope. I can actually start my day beautifully, sleeping in, eating some pancakes. But I work out because I have a family history of diabetes and heart disease. Knowing what I can do to prevent that has been a huge thing. And then there’s my job. Knowing that there are people who cannot wait to circle your fat and draw an arrow to it keeps me in the gym.




Credit: Health magazine
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