L&S: Jessica Simpson has gotten down to 110 lbs by walking 6 miles a day

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Over the Memorial Day holiday, Jessica Simpson posted some swimsuit selfies onto her social media accounts. She was showing off her “new body,” following her stunning post-pregnancy weight loss. I praised her, and I will continue to do so – this is not the Jessica I thought I knew. The old Jessica would rather drown herself in Scotch, slutty brownies, Doritos and pizza. But Jess put the work in and the change is remarkable. And it’s not just weight loss either – Jessica looks toned, to the point where her legs look rather sinewy. So, what’s her secret? Walking. Lots and lots of walking.

With a huge Santa Barbara, Calif., wedding in the works for July 4, Jessica Simpson is doing just about everything to keep the weight off! Insiders reveal in the new issue of Life & Style that in addition to her strict Weight Watchers diet and regular workout schedule with trainer Harley Pasternak, she’s walking six miles a day!

“She’s incredibly proud of the way she’s stayed on track,” an insider tells Life & Style.

Walking that much means dedicating a lot of time to her treadmill.

“She’ll watch TV on it, talk on the phone,” the inside source shares with Life & Style. “Jess probably spends half the day there.”

The bride-to-be has gone from 175 pounds to a slinky 110 pounds — just six months after baby. And with her wedding day approaching, she’s sticking to her Weight Watchers meal points and doing squat-and-lunge sessions with her trainer “three to five times a week,” according to Harley.

“Jessica has gotten her best body ever,” an insider close to Jess tells Life & Style. “She truly feels like she’s in better shape than she was in her early 20s.”

[From Life & Style]

I walk on the treadmill a lot too, but my version of “a lot” is an hour every other day. And quite honestly, it’s one of my favorite things to do – crank up the music or space out to CNN and just walk (on a decent incline) and sweat for an hour. To walk six miles a day… she’s on the treadmill for probably two solid hours a day, at least. Is that too much? I think it’s too much, because she’s doing that in addition to her workouts with Harley Pasternak AND Weight Watchers. I bet she’s really cut down on her drinking too, and that’s one of the biggest and best ways to take off weight. Damn. I kind of miss the old Jess. WHO ARE YOU AND WHAT HAVE YOU DONE TO FARTY?!

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  1. kcarp says:

    I am her height and I have the big boobs too. She didn’t weigh 175lbs when she gave birth, probably about 200. She also doesn’t weigh 110 now, she is probably closer to 125.

    She looks really good, I just hate it when these magazines throw out random guesses at what people weigh.

    • Erinn says:

      As a 5’2″ woman, who at their heaviest was 185 and still looked smaller than Jess when she was her heaviest, I agree with those estimates.

      • bella says:

        jess is 5ft. tops.
        teenie tiny.
        so i don’t doubt the 110 lb. weight at all.

      • Erinn says:

        bella, she’s quoted as saying she’s 5’4″, but google says she’s just shy of 5’3″.

    • Miss M says:

      I don’t think she is 110 lb either. Also, just walking 6 miles won’t make her lose weigh. She probably had a VERY strict diet + exercises + 6 miles.

      • Juliette says:

        Yeah, that’s what the article above says…

      • Chicagogurl says:

        Walking six miles a day also won’t make your inner thighs and calves that cut. She’s killing it with Harley. I bet she works out 2-3 hours a day and does a mix/circuit training.

      • Zwella Ingrid says:

        you are wrong about walking. I lost 40 pounds walking 3 miles every day. I think 6 miles is excessive, mainly because most people I know can’t take 2 hours of their day out to exercise.

      • Miss M says:

        I read it. I was referring to the title. Thanks.

      • jwoolman says:

        I’m a little taller by maybe an inch and no muscles and don’t have her upper endowments, and my normal swivel chair potato weight in my 20s/30s (when I checked it occasionally) was always 110. So it might be possible, although muscle is dense. She looks much thinner than I ever did (I never was in the thin category) so that would cancel out the bigger top and the denser muscles.

        She obviously dealt with her second pregnancy much differently than with her first. So although she lost the baby weight awfully fast, that might not be as radical as it seems.

      • GByeGirl says:

        jwoolman: What is swivel chair potato weight?

      • jwoolman says:

        Gbyegirl- swivel chair potato weight is sedentary weight (no real exercise to speak of). Inherent to people chained to their keyboard at the wrist. I don’t have a couch, so can’t be a couch potato… Someone who exercises more should find that their normal (healthy enough) weight goes up because muscle is denser than fat.

    • cro-girl says:

      I’m 125 lbs and at least 4 inches taller. I don’t think it’s far off to say she weighs 110 lbs at her height and the fact that we’re looking at photographs. People always look a bit heavier on camera.

    • Mimi says:

      Time to chime in as a fellow shorty lol. Jess is short. Period. So, if she gains 10lbs, it is very noticeable. At 4’11″, This is also my reality. I don’t buy into all the diet “fads” out there. imo, the very best way to lose weight is simply to eat “clean” and exercise. Jessica looks awesome. Good for her!

      • kcarp says:

        Right! I can eat a hamburger and my pants not fit and I get a double chin. One time I weighed in the morning and then went to a fancy hotel breakfast buffet. I ate like a pig came home and weighed again for giggles and I was 5lbs heavier.

        I know it comes out eventually but you do keep some of it.

    • Becks says:

      I have seen her in person…..and she is tiny! She is probably about 5 ft. Which is why she’s always in those enormous heels.
      This was way back when sje was married to Nick Lachey ….before her babies. She has a very tiny frame, but her boobs were so big, she had the body type where everything has to be altered to fit.

    • Squeakie says:

      She is not 125.. I’m 5’3 117 and she is way smaller than me in the first pic, I think 110 looks about right. Congrats to her she looks amazing!

      • kcarp says:

        Body wise for sure probably 110 but the boobs, add like 10-15lbs. These things are a nightmare to carry around.

      • Isa says:

        I don’t think she weighs 110 either, simply because she looks like she’s gained a lot of muscle since her pregnancies. She’s look good, the number on the scale doesn’t matter.

  2. I don’t think it’s too much, but by the looks of her legs, there will be some strength training in there too. You can’t get that sinewy without a little resistance.

    • THeOriginalKitten says:

      That’s genetics too though. Even when she was bigger, she always had amazingly toned legs.

      • Bridget says:

        Its also the ridiculously high heels. She’s basically flexing all of her leg muscles when she’s wearing those hooves. It would look different if she was standing barefoot.

      • Wren says:

        I agree. I’m the opposite, but I have a friend who has amazing legs no matter her weight. Obviously Jessica has put in the effort, but she has good leg genes helping her out.

  3. DailyNightly says:

    I think she looks great but I don’t think she is 110 lbs.

    • lucy says:

      I believe it, she’s like 5’2″, and very, very petite.

      I think she looks great, and it’s motivated me to hit the gym today.

      • kri says:

        I think she is right about 110 lbs. and she is short, so it’s even harder to look that thin, especially on camera. Whatever she is doing is working, so good for her. Everyone laughed at her and constantly shaded her weight gain, so I guess she decided to get really thin. Welcome to H’wood. Most actresses her height weigh between 100-110 lbs. When you see them in person, it’s shocking how thin they are.

    • mscatra says:

      I believe it, too. I’m short and chesty and look much heavier than her at my current 125.

  4. Leninroc says:

    Eh I walk 6 miles a day. 3 in the morning with the dog takes 45 minutes and 3 in the afternoon with the kid, takes closer to an hour sometimes. It’s not too much. But it’s also not gonna make me loose 65 pounds. Maybe 20 or so. She’s obviously doing other stuff too.

    • elo says:

      I agree that 6 miles is pretty easy to do for most people, it’s roughly an hour and a half for me if I’m strolling. I’m short like her and I believe that she lost most of it through diet and eating right. For us shorties weight is generally easy on, easy off, at least in my experience. Also, though she looked very heavy on camera, in reality she may not have been and maybe weighed more around 160, and after having a baby you have so much water weight, some of that may have melted off too. Whatever it was, she looks phenomenal and gives me hope for my post baby body.

      • SophiaJames says:

        I’m 5’3″ and I have to eat less than 1000 calories a day to lose weight. I just took a blood test to check my thyroid tho, I’m hoping that that is the reason it’s so difficult for me to lose weight.

      • elo says:

        @SophiaJames, I feel your pain hon, I am doing low cal to lose baby weight right now, I didn’t mean to insinuate that it didn’t take work to get it off if you were short, I meant more that 15 lbs is a lot on a shorty like us. So a tall person who needs to lose actually has more lbs to lose. 1000 calories is so hard, I am trying to do high protein and keep it under 1200, I am 5’1, it simply isn’t much food. I hope your testing works out, and just know that we’ll get there eventually!

      • SophiaJames says:

        Thanks, Elo, it’s difficult for a lot of women, I hope we both end up where we want to be :)

      • HH says:

        @elo – ” For us shorties weight is generally easy on, easy off, at least in my experience.”

        Definitely your experience. ;)

      • elo says:

        HH, I realize how my comment was insensitive, please read my clarification of my point. I meant that as it take less lbs to look like a lot on us short girls, generally we have less to lose. Not that it was less work. I should be more eloquent in my speech next time ;)

      • mayamae says:

        @SophiaJames,

        There’s a theory that if one reduces calories too strictly, the body will go into starvation mode and the metabolism slows down. It’s also believed that women, in particular, have evolved to hold onto a certain amount of fat during starvation, in order to remain fertile.

        *** There are some studies out there refuting this theory, but they seem to be tested solely on men – which proves nothing when it comes to women and how our hormones react to starvation.

        BTW, after years of ineffective dieting, I accidentally found a strategy that’s pretty easy for me. Instead of restricting calories every day, which plateaus at some point, I eat extra calories once or twice a week. Combining that with a moderate calorie restriction on the other days, I lost enough weight that people started questioning me about my health.

      • elo says:

        Mayamae, my nutrition coach says the exact same thing! As sometimes I have 600 calories and sometimes 1500. She advised me to stop doing that because on those super low calorie days my body is hanging on to everything. She advised me to keep it at 1200 on days I don’t work out and 15-1600 on days I do and I have cheat Saturdays where I get to drink wine :)

    • THeOriginalKitten says:

      I walk 6 miles almost every day and also do the gym for an hour. Walking is only an effective way to lose weight if it’s something you don’t do on a daily basis or haven’t done in a long time.

      It should only take her an hour and a half to do 6 miles if she’s walking at a decent pace.

      • Liberty says:

        I do the same, 6 miles and a workout, and I agree with your time estimate…hour and a half for the walk.

        It does help keep the weight off. I eat healthily with a few junky lapses for chocolate, and drink only lightly, wine if we go somewhere or have friends over…and yeah it works, but I am sure personal metabolism and genes have to be figured in. Anyway she looks good.

      • THeOriginalKitten says:

        Wish we lived near each other so we could be walking buddies!

    • Audrey says:

      Yeah I’ll walk 6 miles too

      It takes me about 2 hours though cause I’m pushing my daughter’s stroller. Otherwise it’s less

    • tealily says:

      Yeah, it’s definitely do-able and I’ve done that distance many times, although I usually walk more like 3. I love walking, but I this is why I took up running. Who has the time??

      • littlestar says:

        LOL, I agree! That’s why I run too. I enjoy walking (used to walk 45 minutes a day to and from work instead of taking the bus), but I can do much greater distances in a shorter time if I run :) .

    • Bridget says:

      It also isnt really the distance itself that’s important so much as her effort level. If she’s just strolling along all day she’s not gettingn her heart rate up sufficiently to burn a significant number of calories (and if she’s talking on the phone its likely that we’re not talking high intensity). You have to get your heart pumping and work up a sweat. However, I can guarantee you that Pasternak is kicking her behind and what we’re seeing is a result of his training.

      • THeOriginalKitten says:

        “It also isnt really the distance itself that’s important so much as her effort level”

        Yes absolutely true!

      • Sea Dragon says:

        Add a colonic or two every week and a good sauna sweat session here and there and the pounds fly off even faster.

    • kimber says:

      She prob eats clean
      no processed food or sugar. I lost 80lbs the same way and it was easier then I thought to cook with real food. If you walk that much and don’t lose weight it’s because of the food you eat and beverages you drink.

  5. Rhea says:

    Always have a soft spot for her. :) Yay, Jess!
    (But the first pic? Such an ackward pose….)

    • Ag says:

      i like her too. :) and good for her on the weight loss. but yeah, those golf club pics are really awkward. they look like the torso belongs to one person, and the legs to another. or something.

      • Sea Dragon says:

        It looks as if she’s still getting used to having a smaller body. I could be wrong but I think curvier women try to hold their bodies in a way that emphasizes looking more slender than they are. Now that she’s tiny, she can once again relax info her frame.

  6. Lis says:

    She might be thin but she still doesn’t have much going on in the cranium area.

  7. lucy2 says:

    If it’s takes someone half the day to walk 6 miles, they’re going slow!
    She looks great and should be proud of her hard work, but I agree the numbers seem a bit far fetched.

    • THeOriginalKitten says:

      ITA!

      • Lauraq says:

        A little OT but I read a book one where the main character was a ghost describing her life. In life she had been a runner, but described herself as ‘slow’ at a 8 minute mile. I am a runner and I would LOVE to be that ‘slow’. Anyways, she then goes on to say she would run for two to three hours a day, “Sometimes as much as ten miles.” Ummm….math? I run ten miles a day and it takes me 94:17. And I definitely don’t run an 8 minute mile.

  8. Sel says:

    I don’t think 6 miles a day is too much. If she’s walking at a brisk pace, that’s usually around 4 mph, so it would be about 1.5 hours. She could be splitting it into two workouts and maybe including the kids in the stroller for one of those sessions. I’m impressed with her weight loss. She really buckled down and did it.

    • Dinah says:

      It is impressive, but she has been a yo yo-er in the past…that’s an unhealthier pattern than being consistently active but overweight. I hope she can maintain healthy habits after her wedding , & that this isn’t just a big push toward that one date goal.

  9. Heat says:

    That’s how I lost all (and then some) of both pregnancy weight gains. I walked at least 5 km’s every single day, and more if I had time.

  10. BeckyR says:

    I believe it. I lost 25 pounds by walking 5 miles a day……..and gained it back when I stopped.

    • someone says:

      Same here. I was doing the exercise bike for 1 hour a day and dropped 15 pounds. Slowed down to 30 minute every other day and gained back 10. It’s frustrating the amount of exercise I’d have to do to keep the weight off since I’m bad at cutting calories to balance out the lack of exercise.

      • jwoolman says:

        You might try walk in place, since you can do that while doing other things: talking on the phone, reading, watching tv. I do it while proofreading and it keeps me awake and even more accurate and faster… I first started when a resident cat was a string fiend, and I was getting bored just dangling the string in front of her for amazingly long periods. I gained weight when my exercise buddy died until I got a phone that lets me read the tabloids while walking in place… :) I play games while doing it also (Tetris Blitz works great). Back in the old 8- bit Nintendo days, I usually stood up or got some kind of exercise (bike, stepper) while playing console games. Was easier to keep my hands relaxed that way.

  11. Sonya says:

    Has she gotten married yet? She needs to if not, because girl might wind up pregnant soon! Just her luck! lol

  12. Snowflake says:

    Oh my gosh, you do not get that toned from walking. She is doing some serious cardio and weight training.

  13. TippyToes says:

    Can’t stand her. When she was fat she was all about dont body shame me , im happy the way I am blah blah blah. No that she is thin again she again look at me blah blah blah. PS there is no way she has not had help from a plastic surgeon.

    • Kaylen says:

      You shouldn’t shame her for being fat, or for being skinny. She’s proud of her hard work, there is nothing wrong with that. She’s nothing like Fit Mom, trying to push it on anyone else.

      • Bridget says:

        Jessica may not be taking an aggressive stance like Fit Mom, but considering that her weight loss is on account of a million dollar contract with Weight Watchers, she’s monetizing her body and her fitness in a way that feels similar to me. The message is just mire pleasantly wrapped. Though any discussion of “body shaming” is rendered moot when the person in question has accepted a large amount of money to change and display that body.

    • Josephine says:

      Gaining and losing weight does seem to be her claim to fame now. I also think that women who complain non-stop about being judged for their bodies should not then turn around and use their bodies to gain attention as much as possible. She has always used her body for fame – I have no respect for her at all, and don’t find it that impressive that she lost weight when it was her full-time job to do so, and she has every resource in the world. I also wish she would stop with the fake plastic look – her hair is particularly gross.

      • TippyToes says:

        Josephine… Exactly.

      • Kaylen says:

        Her clothing, shoes, accessories.. All of that is still doing very well. I bought a pair of sunglasses at Macy’s last month.

      • MrsB says:

        YES. Agree with everything you both said. If everybody had access to a personal chef, nannies and could devote all day to working out, everybody would be in great shape. But, that’s not real life. Also, it’s one thing to be proud of getting in shape and becoming healthier but that doesn’t mean you have to post a bathing suit selfie. Anybody who posts a bathing suit selfie is just gross to me. She just really bugs the ever living crap out of me.

    • aenflex says:

      I don’t think you were body shaming her at all, just noticing a pattern. Personally I think applauding a person’s weight loss as they go from fat to thin is exactly the same thing as body shaming someone for being fat. Clearly the opinion is that fat is ugly, so you get praise when you lose it.

      • Kaylen says:

        Fat is unhealthy. We should always applaud people for becoming healthier, shouldn’t we?

      • msw says:

        fat talk Round 24685336:

        to be clear, fat is not bad for you. Even being overweight is not bad for you. What’s bad for you for certain conditions that are often associated with being overweight: type II diabetes, heart problems, cholesterol problems, blood pressure problems. it may sound pedantic, but this is an important distinction. not all fat people have these conditions, and certainly not all thin people avoid them. genetics plays a much more significant role than weight.

        Further, diet industries have made billions of dollars off of marketing the ideathat being thin is the ideal body weight. that simply is not true, however. Being too thin is far more dangerous than being too fat, unless your body is very slim while maintaining a good balance of calories eaten/burned.

        I get really tired of seeing these comments because they are very short sighted. I have been thin person and a fat one. I was actually much healthier fat. I could do a lot more physically, and my blood sugar, cholesterol,and blood pressure are phenomenal. We really need to get away from this association with fat and health, at least for moderately overweight individuals. Visceral fat, now that is a health problem we should be worried about, and that is a problem that’s on the rise. That’s when fatty tissue starts aitting around your organs and they don’t function as well. Its a problem that relates directly to obesity and it becomes worse the more obese you get. But just being moderately overweight is not nearly the health crisis everybody says it is, IMO, especially compared to being underweight, which is not an ideal to strive for. (Thin ladies, ILU too, if that’s how you are made and your body is happy being “underweight,” get on with your bad self, because your weight is probably perfect for you–all I mean is people whose bodies are not naturally very slim don’t need to be very thin to be healthy.)

      • Josephine says:

        @ Kaylen – You have no idea how healthy she is, fat or thin. Lots of celebs lose weight in extremely unhealthy ways, and even those who work out sometimes use a little extra “help” to get really thin. And she was hardly obese. No one is clapping because she’s healthy – they’re clapping because she looks like a barbie doll again.

    • Nigel says:

      Agreed on the extra help, might be surgery might be something else. So far she’s mostly gotten a pass on it tho.

  14. Bellaboo says:

    Why do people wear heals with a bathing suit? It looks ridiculous, especially since she is holding a golf club.

    • someone says:

      Yeah, the golf club combined with the heals makes the picture ridiculous. What was she thinking?

  15. msw says:

    I don’t know what she weighs/weighed and i don’t care, but she looks strong and toned, hopefully she is feeling good with her weight. If she’s walking that much, awesome! I try to walk 25 miles a week (some jogging) and it helps me feel much better. Overweight or thin or whatever, that’s a good choice for most people.

  16. aenflex says:

    Must’ve been the bathing suit that ruined it for me. She looks mannish in those photos, too heavy up top. But she looks wonderful in the yellow dress. I hope she throws that suit away.

  17. dancinnancy says:

    Weight Watchers isn’t a diet, it is a lifestyle. And it isn’t strict. You can eat and drink whatever you want within your points allowance. And I concur – I walk 4-6 miles a day and while it helped drop 25 pounds off, I have a long way to go and walking is no longer cutting it.

    I think she should be proud of her hard work – but I wish she would be honest at how sge did it. Personal trainer and maybe even a chef in there somewhere.

    • Bridget says:

      You’ve just hit on my issue with Weight Watchers right there: you can eat anything as long as its within your points. The type of calories you consume is equally important as the number of calories you consume, as the body uses different calories differently. You can eat a diet of 1600 calories a day, but if it’s all a bunch of foods high on the glycemic index you’re not going to lose the weight you hope to.

      • msw says:

        word. I’ve done Weight Watchers and I lost about 20 pounds on it. Felt great at first, but I really suffered through that diet because I was hungry all the time. I thought I was doing so well because I was eating vegetablesand fruit and low fat. and I got to have my treats like ice cream as long as I cut something else.it didn’t last because I was never really satisfied.

        ironically, I found it was a lot more satisfied on a pretty strict low glycemic diet. Now I never have ice creamand I also found I don’t really want it. Weight Watchers didn’t help me stop craving sugar in gross amounts. a low carb diet did. I’m not saying I’ll never eat ice cream again, but for someone like me, the glycemic index is extremely important. Unfortunately, Weight Watchers completely ignores it; It’s something you would have to apply yourself because there’s no tool for it in Weight Watchers.. I know lots of people who have had success on Weight Watchers too, so I’m not saying it’s bad, it’s just not a one-size-fits-all solution. Neither is a low GI diet.

      • Bridget says:

        Eating foods low on the Glycemic Index isn’t a “diet” or a fad. Processed refined flours have almost no nutritional value and spike your blood sugar, causing you to crave more sugary foods. White foods (breads, rice, potatoes) are all examples of this, but so are other foods that are made up of simple sugars like lactose and fructose (ie dairy and fruits). In placing an emphasis on total calories consumed vs what type of calories, Weight Watchers isn’t teaching sustainable, healthy eating habits. The ideal is to consume whole grains, lots of veggies and fruits, and a healthy amount of proteins and fats (seriously, low-fat food is useless), while avoiding processed foods. Eat real food, folks.

      • msw says:

        All food is apart of a diet, whether its WW, Atkins, calorie counting, low GI,or doing nothing to monitor your food intake. A “diet” just refers to what you eat, its not synonymous with a weight loss plan. I could have a diet based entirely on McDonalds, it doesn’t mean I’m trying to lose weight or be healthy, but it still my diet.

        Otherwise, I agree. I’m eating no flour, and generally no carbs apart from vegetables right now. I don’t plan to do that permanently, but I sure don’t miss the carbs. I recently started cooking with almond flour instead of wheat flour, and while it has a higher calorie load, the stuff I make with it is delicious, healthful, and filling. I love my new diet of nutritious, filling whole foods and I don’t think II’ll ever want grains again with so many delicious alternative available.

    • mayamae says:

      @dancinnancy, Look up interval walking, which is alternating your normal speed on the treadmill with short running sequences. It helps to avoid hitting that plateau.

      • dancinnancy says:

        @MAYAMAE – thank you, I will look into it.

        If you haven’t been to WW recently you may not know that Whole Foods (not to be confused with Whole Paycheck) are exactly what they are encouraging people to eat. Fruits, Vegtables, Whole Grains and Lean Protein. Everyone has to find what works for them – but for those of us that aren’t healthy to the point where we feel healthy and no longer crace sugar – points are a great way to have a treat without the guilt.

  18. megs283 says:

    Argh, I have about 25 pounds to go too. Maybe this will get my ass on the treadmill more often…!

  19. truthful says:

    she looks good and she has put in the work, no one can take that from her. I too, enjoy the treadmill w/my music blaring.. funny, I used to go at 5am with a group of ladies walking along the lakefront every morning but I feel like I am really getting in it alone and on the treadmill more.

    can’t wait to see her in her dress and her babies all gussied up, LOL!

  20. Bridget says:

    You know what I really want to know? Whatever happened to Ken Paves? They wereSO tight for so long, and then had a major falling out. And he was responsible for some of the worst style!

  21. OTHER RENEE says:

    Now if only she’d do something about that awful hair…

  22. sharpencil says:

    wtf from the waist down she has the legs of my 90 year old granny. gross.

  23. sharpencil says:

    from the waist down she has the figure of my 90 year old granny. gross. way too thin.

  24. Patty Cake says:

    She looks great but the pose she is currently striking is just odd, lol. I’m happy for her because I believe the relationship she had with Nick wasn’t a good one,but she has decent parents, who looked out for her, so she bounced back. Clearly everyone knows Jessica is a simpleton. Hence, I am very happy she had good parents looking out for her
    In the business. I just wish other stars like Gary Coleman, Lindsay Lohan, Brittney, etc., had parents that cared for the well being of the children more than the profits that they gained from them

    • brionne says:

      Nick really and truly loved that girl and worshipped her. What are you talking about?

  25. daisy says:

    what are slutty brownies?

  26. shannon says:

    She looks great, but needs to stop now. Any more weight lost and she will start to look too thin. I think walking two hours a day might be a tad overkill, BUT it does beat watching TV while sitting on the couch. Walking is very low impact and the health benefits are great. I am impressed because I honestly did not think she could do this.

  27. Ramona Q. says:

    That yellow dress is adorable on her.

  28. Zigggy says:

    It’s not 6 months after baby, it’s almost 11…

  29. Mitch Buchanan Rocks! says:

    She looked better before.

  30. Gia says:

    I’m counting down to ‘exhaustion’ and rehab. No way she isn’t taking something to give her a boost. No way. I ain’t buying it.

  31. Juliette says:

    This is really important for all women struggling with their weight. A number is just a number on the scale. What’s important is the way you feel. Yes, everyone wants to look fit and trim, the reality is that even at the same height, women have different bodies and different builds. Some people have denser bones, and will look emaciated at the same weight that a person with light bones will look heavy at. Numbers are different for everyone, even at the same height.

  32. The Original G says:

    I think that regular distance walking is very underated as an excercise. It’s too simple and inexpensive to be marketed. No injuries, no fancy clothes, no doing it wrong and I’ve never heard of anyone drop dead walking.

  33. Anon says:

    Another pile of nonsense. If people actually watched they would see this 6 miles a day is basically the same as 10 thousand steps a day that she has done from the beginning. They would like you to think thatbthe 6 miles is over and above everything else. Nothing has changed from her origional program. She does not have built in daily nannies or daily chef in her home. She works out in her own home and the children are home basically all the time..Sometimes people have to actually sit and listen to what she really does say.. She had a wonderful interview with Forbes a couple weeks ago.. Many of you missed it but by the way Forbes is doing another sit down with her coming up and it will be printed in there magazine.
    This story about six miles a day is nothing new but does set up the tabloids for future on how she starved herself.. Its bs. Now we have bloggers saying she has lost too much. The girl cant win. If many think this is all she has for a career then dont follow the less that follow and comment on anything Jessica would definatley make her irrelavant..

    You know who would have thought that one comment about chicken and tuna which is very funny would help launch her into someone with a billion dollar empire and before others get started she renegotiated her contract with Camuto and they are now buisness partners. Very close friends and she has a lot of say in her product.. She just launched home and baby.

  34. db says:

    Oh please. Who is she kidding?

  35. Ginger says:

    Her legs look amazing! It must be nice to loose a bunch of weight and still have big boobs. It seems like I always loose a cup size when I loose weight. She looks really good and should be proud of working so hard. However, I do think that much exercise in a day is a bit over kill. But she can probably afford to have that much time to devote to exercise. I am curious to see if she keeps this up after the wedding.

  36. G says:

    Good for her she looks amazing in that yellow dress!

  37. Livan says:

    I do not think 2 hr of walking is too much! I would like to do that but I don’t have the time anymore! But I could not walk for that long on a treadmill, being outdoors is better!

  38. Rex Manning says:

    After the wedding she’ll pack on the pounds again. Just you wait.

    • Green Is Good says:

      Yep. She’ll be scarfing down chicken and waffles in the Honeymoon Suite, instead of banging her new husband.

  39. someone says:

    If she’s walking at a fast pace (at least 4 miles an hour) at a high incline (15%) she’s burning close to 1000 calories over 6 miles. She’s not leisurely walking, she’s walking fast at a high incline to get those leg muscles!

  40. Kreacher says:

    Didn’t actually think she would do it.

  41. bettyrose says:

    F**K she looks amazing – but I seriously doubt she’s 110. I don’t know her actual height. I’m 5’4″ and maintained a weight of 118 for about two years with a lot of effort and looked about that thin. I don’t have her boobs, but I do have curvy hips and a kardashian sized ass. When I allowed myself some splurges and nightly wine, I bounced back up to 130 pretty quickly (despite following a strict vegan version of Weight Watchers with daily exercise). In any case, if she’s 5’3″ or 5’4″, I’d put her weight at 120-125. If she truly is only about 5 feet, then okay maybe she’s 110. But it’ll be a bitch to hold onto.

  42. itsetsyou says:

    I believe she’s on Weight Watchers. That and the physical activity (walking is great) + at least six months of maintaining this regime = pretty healthy way to lose weight.

  43. Sk says:

    I feel sad that her weight, workout, body, etc. encourage so much press. It’s hard to to live I a world where the thin-ideal equates or healthy.

    • Sk says:

      Oops, meant to say “…equates to being healthy.”

      • bettyrose says:

        Sk – I know, I feel a little guilty contributing to it, but I also know what petite/curvy women go through to maintain a height-weight balance, so I can’t help but take a certain interest in it.

  44. Pixiestix says:

    For those of you here who commented that you lost weight (20-25 lbs.) walking 4-6 miles day, how long did it take you?

    I was in a cast for 3 mos. and have about that much to lose & it would be helpful to know how long it might take me…

  45. Amulla says:

    Why is the number on the scale so important to people anyway? We have an entire generation of young men who think the ideal woman should weigh 110 pounds. And that a woman at 5’5 who weighs 130 pounds is “fat”.

  46. Mar says:

    She always looks ridiculous to me.

  47. Michele says:

    I’m not being a b*tch here she looks great but there’s no way she’s at 110 — she’d be way, way thinner – her legs are not that thin they’re muscular. Yes she looks great but she weighs more. I weigh a little less than 110 and I’m smaller then her in the legs, arms and bust (same height 5’3)
    She’d be pretty scrawny and she’s not. She’s muscular and busty which is very attractive. Muscle and big boobs weighs more they just do.

    I wish these actresses would get real and just be honest. It’s ok to weigh 125 or 145 or whatever and be fit. Saying you weigh 110 is dumb if it’s obvious you don’t. Beyoncé does this too and it’s annoying. Just be real.

  48. Katie says:

    Whatever she is doing, she looks great. And happy. Good for her!

  49. Anon says:

    I wonder if anyone judging here would decline a million dollar contract… Is there anyone? Please raise your hands… Hmmmm …. Thought so….. Contract like that are given to people for notarity of said person. She is showing you real life, ups and downs and stuggles. Showing you can all flat and still get up and regain again.. Its life and its real. Anyone been there?… Yeah i thought so. Actually she still is very relavant and is more known for her clothing.. Jessica has always been quite clear on who she is.. There are many that choose not to listen

    Cant wait for her wedding. Should be very different then K&K. It will be extravagant as she just said and her kids will. Be in it… It should be quite beautiful and romantic…