Hudson is even singing about it in a new tune, “Feeling Good,” which is part of an ad campaign the dieting firm is launching on December 26 to coincide with its new nutritional PointsPlus program.
Weight Watchers said roughly 11 percent of its annual attendance at meetings takes place in January, as Americans look to atone for their holiday-related binges.
“Basically (the song) is the perfect way to describe this journey and how it’s left me feeling,” Hudson told Reuters. “If I could bottle everything inside me and tell others to help motivate them, then this is it.”
The Oscar-winning actress and singer did not prepare a feast on Christmas. “I’m not going to cook. I’m actually having a huge Christmas family dinner celebration… they’re doing Weight Watchers, too… all they have to do is come and look good.”
Following the birth of son David Otunga Jr. in 2009, Hudson said she was motivated to lose the baby weight. “After being pregnant for months, saying I want my body back… I did something different. I actually gained a new body!”
Jennifer keeps fit by doing four sets of push-ups, leg squats and sit-ups every day. Her workout program includes an hour of intense cardio and another hour of resistance training.
Source: Extra TV