Molly Sims Poses for Fit Pregnancy
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When Molly Sims graced the cover of SHAPE magazine in January, the fit model revealed that she works out 60 to 90 minutes a day, at least five days a week to maintain her figure. The Project Accessories host shared her super challenging lower-body workout with us, which involves up to 40 reps of each multi-muscle move. Now, eight months pregnant, she is staying fit with a different exercise routine, which she shared with Fit Pregnancy when she posed for the cover of their June/July issue. Today, Sims is training with Tracy Anderson (who is also pregnant) doing low-impact cardio, a band workout for her arms, and is keeping up with some of her leg work. But gone are the days of high repetitions! On the morning of her interview with Fit Pregnancy, the mom-to-be was so tired she put in just 15 minutes.

In addition to a new workout routine, the southern beauty revealed to Fit Pregnancy the somewhat unexpected diet changes she has recently made. Most notably, Sims has switched to a mostly plant-based diet. And her cravings have really evolved too! The model, who never really cared for apples, can’t resist a chilled one these days. And you won’t believe what the model, who once told us she automatically orders a salad and sends the bread basket away when dining out, says is the perfect cure for her morning sickness. Head over to fitpregnancy.com to find out what her unusual nausea alleviator is, the fashions she’s sporting over her baby bump, and how she’s preparing for her son's arrival. Plus, get watch the sneak peak video from behind the scenes at the Fit Pregnancy cover shoot!

Molly Sims Poses for Fit Pregnancy-2As an editor at SHAPE I have the chance to learn about the healthiest ways to cook, eat, and live from all sorts of experts but I’m also a single girl living in NYC with a busy schedule, active social life, and chocolate cravings. I’m here to share what works for me—and where I need a little help from you.

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