Gwyneth Paltrow, aka The Goopster, wants you to know that she is just like all of you other moms out there. Sure, she can afford to hire a full-time trainer and doesn't work a full-time job, but none of that matters. What matters is that if you don't lose your baby weight, you are just not trying hard enough.
The Goopster gave an interview at the end of Tracy Anderson's Post-Pregnancy Workout DVD. In the interview, The Goopster says, "After my first pregnancy, the weight had come off a little bit better, but after the second one it was really stubborn. It was really hanging on," said the 37-year-old. "It was not easy and, when I started it, it was by far the hardest thing I have ever done - but I really was seeing results, so it motivated me to just work through it."
Lucky for The Goopster, Tracy was willing to work with her every day for hours at a time, so of course she was going to see results.
She says, though, you don't need Tracy in the room with you, and that every mother can do what she did. "Every woman can make time - every woman - and you can do it with your baby in the room. There've been countless times where I've worked out with my kids crawling around all over the place. You just make it work, and if it's important to you, it'll be important to them."
Umm, so her toddlers knew working out was important to her, so it became important to them? You know what? I think she means well, but she always always comes off as clueless to the world and what people go through everyday. She says losing the baby weight was the hardest thing she has ever done. She did it but had a full-time trainer, no need to work or do anything but to focus on losing the weight, but you can do it too, no problem. She is such an idiot. I really want to like her, but she makes it so, so difficult. Oh, and the only time her kids have been crawling around is when the nanny is off or the kids have escaped from whatever room they were probably locked in so mom could work out.