Tamera Mowry Flaunts Her Figure in New Selfies as She Reveals Her Weight Loss Progress
Tamera Mowry is sharing the progress of her weight loss program with her followers and she looks fantastic. Check out the stunning photos here.
Tamera Mowry is embracing her body after having children and is choosing to focus on her health rather than counting calories.
The star shares two children with her husband Adam Housley, son Aden, born in 2012, and their daughter Ariah who was born in 2015.
Recently, Mowry shared a post showing off the results of her weight loss program and revealed that she had decided to use the pandemic to get mentally, physically, and spiritually stronger.
Mowry added that her workouts had become a place to center herself, adding that she had to find the time as a working mother and stay consistent. She said:
"Along the way, I also learned the importance of form: It’s better to do 10 right than 20 exercise moves incorrectly. But most importantly, don’t compare yourself to anyone."
In the post, she shared a mirror selfie of herself wearing black leggings and a white crop top and she looked amazing.
To achieve that body, Mowry got help from her personal trainer Jam Malibu who came up with a work out routine and a balanced diet for her.
There was nothing she loved more than being a mother.
In addition to following her fitness program at home, Mowry has also been balancing being a mother and ensuring that her children are occupied with their at-home learning.
"It's going to be interesting to say the least. Ariah will be starting kindergarten and Aden second grade. I want to make it fun for them."
As for adding to her family, Mowry has said that she does not want to have any more children because she wants to focus on instilling good morals in her two kids.
Mowry also spoke about being a parent, saying that it is not for the faint-hearted. However, she loved nothing more than being a mother.
When it comes to balancing her work life with motherhood, Mowry has said that she takes it one day at a time, joking that sometimes things are great, and other times she's a "hot mess."
So that she can remain centered, the mother of two includes some wellness practices into her lifestyle, including meditating for a few minutes a day.