REVEALED: How to get Jessica Alba's six pack
Ten years after her abs had their first taste of the limelight in ‘Honey’, Jessica Alba’s enviable six pack is back.
In the trailer for Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, it’s hard to miss the 33-year-old actress gyrating on stage looking honed and toned.
For the stylised-comic sequel, Jessica reprises her role as the sultry stripper Nancy Callahan.
The mum of two has admitted that it took a serious amount of work to get back in impeccable shape and ensure the choreography was on point.
Working in tandem with instructor Jennifer “JJ Dancer” Johnson, Jessica would train for between two and five hours each day.
The married actress claims she’s more of a prude than an exhibitionist, so Jennifer had her work cut out: "We just started to move to the music, and we were getting her used to the sensuality and moving around in heels in the beginning,"
"I'd have her winding, grinding and moving. We would grab the wall, I'd have her crawling, arching, humping. It got real up in there!"
Jessica is married to producer Cash Warren for six years and the couple have two daughters- Honor (6) and Haven (3).
The petite star who stands at 5 ft 7 once told Women’s Health Magazine that she had “cellulite and a muffin top”.
Her rigorous training regime ensured she got back to her neat size 6 frame.
For those of us without the luxury of these intense workouts, Jennifer says it’s really all about what you put in: "The secret to have a great bod and not having to kill yourself to look good is eating right- that’s a strong point of Jess's. She's motivated nutritionally, and she eats a balanced diet of salads and proteins. If you're eating right, that’s more than half the battle."
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