The “Cups” singer joked to InStyle in December 2017, “I feel like we get notes from the top saying they should be tighter, sexier, and show more skin whenever we do the wardrobe fittings.” And I said, “I don’t think that’s why people are coming to see the movie. They most certainly aren’t coming because of our appeal to sex.
Although she prefers a movie’s depth to its superficial attractiveness, Anna nonetheless engages in regular exercise to maintain her toned figure. She described her practice in a May 2020 interview with Shape.
The Camp star exclaimed, “Every time I try something new, I’m like, I found it!” “I discovered the only exercise I’ll ever require! I eventually become so fixated on it that I exhaust myself and have to start over with something else. I went through phases when I practiced yoga, pilates, barre, and ran. The only activity I’ve never tried because I know I’d be terrible at it is exercising when someone is screaming at you, “Come on! Get up on your knees.”
She continued by describing how she had entered a “hiking phase” at the time but made it clear that her objective wasn’t to lose weight.
Working out used to indicate that the primary objective was to change your body’s shape, according to Anna. However, these days, strength and flexibility are more important than outward beauty.
The Up in the Air actress acknowledged that she needed to “shift [her] thinking” regarding body image, but she also spoke about how much her “quality of life” has improved as a result of putting her physical talents first. And she stresses the value of breakfast while making sure she eats plenty throughout the day.