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Jane Seymour encourages her followers not to give up on their New Year’s resolutions, even though 2022 is halfway through.
The “Dr. Quinn” star took to Instagram and Facebook on Wednesday and posted a photo of herself proudly showing off her toned physique during a Pilates class. The 71-year-old was all smiles as she wore a sports bra and leggings while flaunting her flexibility.
“Can you believe we’re already more than halfway through 2022?!” the former Bond girl captioned the post. “Are you still following January’s resolutions? If you need a little motivation or a responsible partner, turn to the Open Hearts family! Display these goals below, you’d be surprised how many ‘between us share similar goals! We can do this!’
Many of the star’s followers took to the comments section and admitted they could use a responsible friend to help them achieve their health goals. Others have revealed how they support their daily routines.
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“I do some kind of exercise every day now, after I retire!” a user wrote. “I walk around my neighborhood (before it gets too hot), or I walk on my elliptical in my den, with air conditioning. Gone is the extreme stress I suffered for so many years, at because of my job. I’m sleeping better and sticking to a more regular schedule.”
“My goal was to do yoga and meditation regularly,” another shared. “I always do.”
“I just joined a gym yesterday!” chimed in a follower. “It’s far too late.”
“Unfortunately I’m not, but I won’t give another one,” one user commented. “I’m starting my workout routine again after the holidays. I need some motivation!! Thanks Jane!!”
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In 2020, Seymour told Fox News Digital that she doesn’t believe in “crazy dieting.” For her, it’s about eating “reasonably”.
“I just lost 14 pounds recently,” she said at the time. “I kind of got used to being bigger. Not that I was really huge or anything, but…in my family there’s type 2 diabetes. -diabetic. I said to my doctor, “You must. Just kidding, I’m shorter than anyone I know! And he said, ‘Well, it’s not your fault, but if you lose at least six pounds, you’re going to reverse it.’ So that was the first moment. And then one of my best friends… he completely reversed his by adopting a different way of eating.
“I don’t do anything very smart,” Seymour continued. “I only do intermittent fasting, but nothing huge. And I happen to like healthy food. We grow all of our food organically in the back garden. A lot of it is in pots, which is , again, things everyone can Even if you don’t have a garden, you can grow things in containers and… Eat everything in moderation And because I don’t think of myself all the time — I think about other things, and I have kids or grandkids, and I work, it gives me the energy I need.”
Seymour also described her workout routine as “very sporadic” due to her previous injuries as a dancer.
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“I try to get my heart racing by walking briskly at least three times a week,” she explained. “I also train with a trainer, and I’ll do about 20 minutes on a stationary bike, the spin bike, but not spinning like crazy. I do my own form, usually with weights too. So I try doing upper body at the same time as lower body, then I do Pilates and Gyrotonics, which I don’t swear on anymore.
“So the things that are really good for my particular body, like the bridge and the plank, I can do anywhere in any hotel room or anywhere anytime. I don’t have you don’t have to go to the gym to do the things that are actually really good for my body. And having been a dancer, you have an understanding of form. So when you work out, I think you’re very careful to have good shape. While some people just throw themselves in the gym. If you don’t. If you’re not in good shape, you can hurt yourself.”