Fit for Adventure: How TV Anchor Jenna Wolfe Stays in Shape
"I exercise six days a week for at least an hour, alternating among boot-camp-style workouts, weight lifting, and cardio. I always have a goal to work toward, such as a perfect pull-up -- now I can do 20!"
"Since I spend one or two weeks a month on the road, I've learned to incorporate whatever's around -- a chair, a park bench -- into my routine so my workouts don't slide."
"Almond butter, oatmeal, almond milk, rice cakes with cottage cheese and salsa, scrambled eggs and steamed veggies. I ate a scorpion on Today, but there are tastier ways to get protein!"
"I need dessert every night or I go crazy, so I save myself 200 calories for frozen yogurt or a cookie."
Most Embarrassing Moment
"When I was a sports anchor, I went barreling into the locker room at a Philadelphia Eagles game and ran into the buck-naked tight end, who was on crutches. He landed flat on his back."
Originally published in FITNESS magazine, July/August 2009.
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