MOST Magazine Fitness APR-MAY'15 ISSUE NO.1 - Page 64

The key is that as I get older, I have to challenge myself. Without pushing myself, everything goes into decline (ugh - I know). Flexibility, strength, cardio and balance all have to be addressed in my workout plan. FMM: On your website you say you are a “Beauty Flexitarian” on the middle ground between “enhancement” and “the one nature intended”- What is one product or beauty routine you could not live without? SU: Vitamin C serum! FMM: We are excitedly awaiting the release of your fourth book, Gorgeous for Good- do you have any other projects you are working on at the moment? I don’t know how you find the time! SU: I am on Hallmark’s “Home & Family” show 2 days a week, as their resident healthy living expert, so I have to come up with a multitude of segments 64 || FITNESS M A G A Z I N E || APRIL / MAY 2015 for them. I am about to create a very exciting app, and I am in the process of creating an online “Liveit Healthy” educational school. FMM: Can you tell us one exciting tidbit or tip from the book? SU: I can just tell you that it’s a 30-day program, which if you adhere to, will set you on the right track for the rest of your life. It’s easy to do, and is frankly a gift that I wish every woman would give to herself. FMM: In your previous life you were an actressany desire to be on a film set again? SU: None! The life of an actress is brutal. I did it from the age of 18 - 30, and that was enough. I achieved everything I wanted to do in that time, working with the Royal Shakespeare Company, and doing many West End plays in London - I think I just got it out of my system, and realized that I