Fit & Fa­mous: Nikki Bella

WWE diva and fu­ture Mrs John Cena, Nikki Bella, ad­mits that be­ing filmed live on HD TV ev­ery week for WWE’s Smack­Down can be scary be­cause ev­ery pound on the scale, and ev­ery curve of the body is mag­ni­fied. But she is not in­tim­i­dated by it. That’s prob­abl

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“I was go­ing through pu­berty and was much curvier than other girls, which made me in­se­cure, then I saw J.Lo on the cover of Latina mag­a­zine, and she em­braced those curves and was proud of who she was.” “It’s how God made me. I see traits of my body in my mother and grand­mother and it makes me proud. This shape isn’t go­ing any­where.” “Be­liev­ing in your­self and hav­ing con­fi­dence gives you outer strength.” “For those 55 min­utes of Pure Barre, I can turn all my fo­cus to my health and work­ing my body. My sis­ter Brie, was the one who got me into it. I thought it would be easy, but af­ter the first class I wanted to give up...and I used to squat 220 [pounds]!” “I do ev­ery­thing in mod­er­a­tion and count ev­ery­thing... that in­cludes my wine.” “Some­thing like av­o­cado, al­though it’s a healthy fat, is very high in calo­ries, so if I know I want dessert and a glass of wine for din­ner, I won’t get av­o­cado on my salad at lunch.”

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