Carrie Underwood admits her body didn't 'bounce back' after her second child: 'It was frustrating'

Carrie Underwood admits her body didn’t ‘bounce back’ after having her second child: ‘It was frustrating’

She’s a mother of two with an incredible career already under her belt.

And Carrie Underwood admitted that getting back into shape after having her second child wasn’t as easy as she had hoped it would be.

The 36-year-old singer told People magazine that ‘it was frustrating’ not seeing results in the gym as quickly as she did the first time around.

Beauty: Carrie Underwood admitted that getting back into shape after having her second child wasn't as easy as she had hoped it would be; seen at the American Music Awards in November

Beauty: Carrie Underwood admitted that getting back into shape after having her second child wasn’t as easy as she had hoped it would be; seen at the American Music Awards in November

‘After having my first kid [Isaiah, 4], I felt like I bounced back fast,’ she said. ‘And then with Jake, it was like my body took a minute to get back to me.  

‘It was frustrating, because I'm like, “Why wasn't it like the first time?”‘  

Carrie shares two children with her husband Mike Fisher, who’s a former professional ice hockey player.

The 36-year-old singer told People magazine that 'it was frustrating' not seeing results in the gym as quickly as she did the first time around

The 36-year-old singer told People magazine that ‘it was frustrating’ not seeing results in the gym as quickly as she did the first time around

'After having my first kid [Isaiah, 4], I felt like I bounced back fast,' she said at a CALIA by Carrie Underwood event. 'And then with Jake, it was like my body took a minute to get back to me'

‘After having my first kid [Isaiah, 4], I felt like I bounced back fast,’ she said at a CALIA by Carrie Underwood event. ‘And then with Jake, it was like my body took a minute to get back to me’

While focusing on her nutritional intake and staying active helped, she ultimately had to change her thought process when it came to seeing results. 

‘I'm four years older. That also helped me shift my mindset,’ she said. ‘I'm still working hard, wanting to be the best me possible, but cutting myself slack and just thinking, “Be kind to yourself.”

‘It's amazing what we [women] do to ourselves. We're probably all our toughest critics.’

She doesn’t believe in ‘cheat days’ and is intent on just ‘enjoying life’ while she can.  

Tough: While focusing on her nutritional intake and staying active helped, she ultimately had to change her thought process when it came to seeing results

Tough: While focusing on her nutritional intake and staying active helped, she ultimately had to change her thought process when it came to seeing results

‘I feel like holiday time can be stressful when it comes to health and fitness, but it doesn't have to be,’ she said. ‘You can just say, “I'm going to enjoy myself on the holidays.” 

‘It's all about friends and family and food and parties, and indulging responsibly. And when New Year's is over, get back on the horse. It's like, “Okay, I've had my holiday fun. Now it's time to get back on my path.”‘ 

Carrie launched to superstar status after winning the singing competition American Idol in 2005 and joined forces with Dick’s Sporting Goods in 2005 to create her own activewear line, CALIA by Carrie Underwood.

Happiness: Carrie shares two children with her husband Mike Fisher, who's a former professional ice hockey player; seen on Instagram

Happiness: Carrie shares two children with her husband Mike Fisher, who’s a former professional ice hockey player; seen on Instagram

  

 

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