Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Vanessa Hudgens on the December 2018 Cover of Women's Health Magazine


For their December 2018 cover, Women's Health magazine tapped Vanessa Hudgens. On the cover which was shot by Dennis Leupold, Vanessa shows off her rocking abs while posing on the beach. In the issue, she talks the importance of being healthy, her boyfriend, working out and so much more. Continue below to read some excerpts from her interview. For more on her feature, visit WomensHelathmag.com and pick up a copy on newsstand. 




On if you are not happy with your body:
If I ever get to the point that I’m not happy with my body, I’ll do something about it. You will always have the power to do something. Sometimes it will take a little longer than you would like, and sometimes it may be a little more extreme. But if you honestly have a goal, you can do it. You just need to figure out the right way to get there.

On changing her mindset:
Because I’m very petite, I’ve always felt that women who are taller are smarter and more powerful. I would feel less than because of my size. I see how women who are 5′9″ walk into a room, and I am so attracted to the space they take up. But then I started to realize that you can take up space without height—with your achievements, points of view, and opinions. Now that I’ve realized I can work through it, I’m like, ‘How do I make myself feel more confident?ecause I’m very petite, I’ve always felt that women who are taller are smarter and more powerful. I would feel less than because of my size. I see how women who are 5′9' walk into a room, and I am so attracted to the space they take up. But then I started to realize that you can take up space without height—with your achievements, points of view, and opinions. Now that I’ve realized I can work through it, I’m like, ‘How do I make myself feel more confident?

On working out:
Leaving the room knowing that I’m stronger than when I got there helps boost my confidence. Working out is like moving meditation. I feel you can work through things better in movement than being stagnant. You’re pushing through and surviving, and you know you will succeed and get through it no matter how uncomfortable it is. That spills into life, ’cause then you can walk into things with more certainty that you’ll end up all right.

On her boyfriend:
He inspires me more than anyone. We both respect, trust, and admire each other. It’s so solid now because I feel strong as an independent woman. I am very self-reliant, but it’s nice to have a best friend you can share victories with as well as losses.

On maturity:
It’s a constant learning process. But I feel like it should be.

Credit: Women's' Health


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