JoJo Fletcher certainly knows how to take care of herself as she looks better than ever on “The Bachelorette” 2016. Fortunately, she’s willing to share her secrets that are surprisingly easy to take up.
“The Bachelorette” 2016 revealed her involvement in sports while growing up, HollywoodLife revealed. Although her hectic schedule might not leave her time to indulge in similar activities, JoJo Fletcher makes it a point to hit the gym twice a week. Otherwise, her trusted dog Jackson gives her a good workout when they go for a run.
“Growing up, I played basketball and volleyball and I ran track. Now I go to the gym a couple of times a week. I do a lot of cardio, like the StairMaster and spin classes,” the publication cited Fletcher’s interview with Us magazine. “The Bachelorette” also revealed the mystery behind her toned arms that would likely interest female viewers of the reality show.
“I do light [weights] for my arms, like 10 to 12 pounds. I use the [weight] machines because they’re a good way to train your body to move correctly,” Fletcher revealed. The brunette beauty also eats healthy, OK! magazine revealed. However, she does indulge in an occasional treat on her cheat day. Some of Fletcher’s favorites include Mexican food and truffle mac ‘n’ cheese, the publication revealed. She also has a firm resolve to “steer clear of booze!” The bachelorette said this was the key to her “amazing figure” on “The Bachelor,” the publication added.
Indeed, JoJo Fletcher might be the “hottest bachelorette” on the reality show, Pop Sugar surmised. However, beyond her physical appearance, the Dallas native has a sense of humor and profound respect for her heritage. JoJo Fletcher was a frontrunner for “The Bachelorette” 2016. However, controversy marred her selection following rumors that the show’s creator, Mike Fleiss, chose her over half-Filipino Caila Quinn.
Nevertheless, her journey to love appears to be a big hit among viewers of “The Bachelorette” 2016. To date, an argument between Chad and Evan erupted into a fight that led to the host’s necessary intervention in the matter.