Here's How Canadian Singer Jully Black Keeps Fit — See Cool Video of Her Tough Workout
Canadian singer and actress Jully Black, also known as Canada’s Queen of R&B, is looking fit and muscular at 42, and she has shared some of her workouts on social media.
Born in November 1977, Jully Black is one of the most famous Canadian singers in the last couple of decades. In fact, she was named one of the 25 Greatest Canadian Singers Ever by CBC Music.
If that wasn’t enough, Black is also a respected songwriter as she has worked with Destiny’s Child, Nas, Missy Elliott, Sean Paul, and more.
JULLY BLACK’S WORKOUT ROUTINES
While she has had an outstanding career in the entertainment industry, her toned body often makes headlines, too, especially because she looks a lot younger than her age.
There’s no need to spend hours scrolling through her Instagram account to learn why. Her feed is filled with HGTV videos showing her working out hard.
In a 42-minute video shared on October 17, the beautiful singer appeared wearing a Wonder Woman outfit, yellow socks, and black shoes while working out in her kitchen.
Like most of her workout videos, she started by stretching her muscles and talking to her followers. After a while, she put on some boxing gloves and started throwing some punches.
[Black] made her musical theatre debut in February.
On October 24, Black uploaded another video. This time, she didn’t box but completed a very challenging-looking cardio workout. She did everything from squats and planks to push-ups and jumping jacks.
Back in August, Black made headlines after receiving the Rosemary Sadlier Award as part of FreeUp! Emancipation Day 2020.
JULLY BLACK, A ROLE MODEL
The singer and actress admitted to being grateful for her award because she was “finally” in love with her skin. She also dedicated it to every child in at-risk communities. Black said:
“The race is not for the swift or for the strong but for those that endure. And so, I want to invite everyone to endure.”
For Black, 2020 started fairly good as she made her musical theatre debut in February as part of “Caroline, Or Change.” She told CBC that she learned her voice and talent are held in high esteem in theatres.
According to the actress, she found a sort of appreciation and love that she had never experienced before. Hopefully, she will return to theatres in no time.
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