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SJP's fitness regime broken down

Published 06/09/2015

Sarah Jessica Parker
Sarah Jessica Parker

Sarah Jessica Parker is apparently working hard on her figure at 50.

The actress is more slender than ever at 50 and looked fabulous in a black swimsuit while vacationing in Ibiza last month. Sarah reportedly makes an active effort to keep trim but has no plans to lose her feminine figure.

"Sarah works hard to stay in shape and she's proud of her toned arms and tummy. She exercises with a personal trainer three times a week and does at least 20 minutes exercise herself every morning - doing squats, lunges and sit-ups. She concentrates on her arms with push-ups and weight lifting," a source told British magazine Closer.

"She's really into running and yoga, which she finds relaxing. She loves having curves and doesn't want to be a size zero - it's all about being healthy and feeling energised."

Sarah has made no secret of the fact that as she gets older she's trying to take care of herself more. As well as her exercise regime there are her kids James, Tabitha and Marion who keep her on her toes. James, 12, is her son with husband Matthew Broderick, while twins Tabitha and Marion were delivered via surrogate in 2009.

"Sarah loves being hands-on with the kids - she doesn't have a live-in nanny so does a lot of the running around after Tabitha and Marion. She says it's the best way to stay fit!" the source laughed.

Sarah's eating habits also play a big part in her healthy lifestyle: despite tucking into good foods most of the time, the star doesn't deprive herself of treats. The source explains that she allows herself guilty pleasures such as chocolate and bread to coincide with lean meats, fish and plenty of vegetables.

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