Zoe Saldana Workout Struggle : Actress fitness fight – Picture

Zoe Saldana Workout Struggle : Actress fitness fight - Picture

Zoe Saldana Reveals Pregnancy Weight & Post-Baby Workout Struggle, On Friday, the 36-year-old actress posted a picture of herself running on a treadmill, accompanied with a detailed message describing her journey to regain her stamina and svelte shape.

“Your body changes dramatically, inside and out. You grow in places you never knew you could, and you are tired beyond belief. In some cases more than others, your body experiences a kind of trauma through childbirth that is difficult to explain unless you’ve had that experience,” Zoe wrote in a post, accompanied by a photo of the star running on a treadmill. “My case was like that, everything from my thyroid to my platelets crashed. Thank God, we are all doing great now, but my body was really bent out of shape after the boys were born.

“Bouncing back feels impossible, but I know it is important as a woman, and now a mommy, to not give up. I am determined to get my energy back and find balance for my body before these little guys start walking, and before I go back to work….. my clock is ticking,” she continued.

The actress – who began her “slow, painful and frustrating” post-twins fitness journey two months ago – shared how much weight she gained while carrying her children.

“I was 160lbs (at the peak of my pregnancy I reached 185lbs). I had no flexibility, weak joints, and exercising was painful,” she wrote in the post. “I think I only walked that first month. I did however change the way I eat. I began to make better choices with my food.”

The “Guardians of the Galaxy” star plans to continue posting fitness updates for her fellow moms, and hopes to inspire discussions and provide encouragement.

“I know many of you have gone through this or are going through it as we speak,” she wrote. “Let’s do it together. Let’s talk about it, hear each other out, and seek advice when we need it.”

Zoe’s husband, Marco Perego, re-posted his wife’s photo on Facebook with a sweet, supportive message.

“Keep Pushing. Always supporting You. You inspiring Me. Gracias de Todo,” he wrote.

The full post Zoe Saldana wrote about her workout struggle :

Hi everyone,

As you all know, we welcomed twin boys last November. Yes, by far, the most amazing experience of my life, but also a very challenging experience when it pertains to my body. I’m sure moms across the world (and dads sometimes) can identify with what I’m about to say.

Your body changes dramatically, inside and out. You grow in places you never knew you could, and you are tired beyond belief. In some cases more than others, your body experiences a kind of trauma through childbirth that is difficult to explain unless you’ve had that experience. My case was like that, everything from my thyroid to my platelets crashed.

Thank God, we are all doing great now, but my body was really bent out of shape after the boys were born. Bouncing back feels impossible, but I know it is important as a woman, and now a mommy, to not give up. I am determined to get my energy back and find balance for my body before these little guys start walking, and before I go back to work….. my clock is ticking!

2 months ago I started my journey, and its been REAL- I’m not gonna lie- it is slow…. painful… and frustrating. But it is worth it.

And that is why I’m here… I know many of you have gone through this or are going through it as we speak. Let’s do it together. Let’s talk about it, hear each other out, and seek advice when we need it. I have my friend of many years and trainer, Steve Moyer that will be guiding me and sometimes training me for the next 2 months before I go back to work. I will be sharing with you what I do, what I eat and how I feel about it in hopes that it will be of any help to you. cool?

I started in January with Moyer. I was 160lbs (at the peak of my pregnancy I reached 185lbs). I had no flexibility, weak joints, and exercising was painful. We started with just walking, I think I only walked that first month. I did however change the way I eat. I began to make better choices with my food. Moyer was instrumental at this point. he gave me great tips of what to eat, how much water to drink, he even gave me some recipes of his own sometimes. It was important for me to learn this so I can do it on my own if I have to. I want to prove to myself that if I have the right determination I can do anything.

Crap, boys are up from their naps! gotta go!

I’m looking fwd to sharing this journey with you…