Rhee Drummond is taking her pride to another level as she explores her new lifestyle changes by changing her “Pioneer Woman”.
The Food Network personality and cookbook author, best known for her comfort food recipes, said in her Instagram bio, “Butter is my friend,” and she has lost about 60 pounds.
Wanting to look good at her daughter’s wedding and a couch-wounded husband coach, she says many things to embark on her weight loss journey, including her home workout – but it was chips and salsa nights that would be her rock bottom. ”
“I basically hit rock bottom eating chips and salsa one night,” Drummond said in an interview Wednesday with Entertainment Tonight, after leaving his son, Bryce, for college. “I went a little overboard, but that night I thought, ‘I’m going to start tomorrow, I’m doing something else.’
Drummond keeps track of how much weight she lost but she says the number doesn’t motivate her.
“I don’t have to lose this amount. It’s really about how I feel,” he said. “I feel, I feel, I have strength,” he said. “Even when I was thin, I feel like I was never leaning or breathing. My ballet wasn’t for days. So it was really nice to feel the muscles that I thought were gone forever.”
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Fitness trainers have seen a surge in clients trying to achieve their “post-epidemic bodies,” with the promise of returning to the normal life of Covid-19 vaccines. One year at home has seen many people, such as Drummond, tell about his “infectious trousers” in August, which have led to a relaxation in his diet and exercise routine.
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During one year of change, Drummond said last year how her wardrobe changed as soon as the COVID-19 lockdowns arrived.
“They were black yoga pants, and I think that was the day all the kids came home – I’d say it was March 12 or March 13 – and I hadn’t worn anything, but black yoga pants since then,” he said last August. “I was too baked and afraid to put on my jeans.
By the time she started working again her jeans had started to “fit really well”, making her feel “better about life.”
The home cook is set to step into his acting pants with his upcoming film debut, which he says is worrying on Instagram.
“I was filming this movie, I wasn’t an actor,” he captioned a behind-the-scenes photo of his cameo on the Food Network’s “Candy Coated Christmas.” “Fortunately, once a woman crosses her fifties, the possibility of embarrassing herself prevents her from doing anything in life.”
Contribution: Erin Jensen