How Jessica Simpson lost weight: New mother reveals slim post-baby figure in Florida event (Photo)

By on Nov 20, 2012 in Entertainment, Health, Hollywood, Lifestyle Comments

Reality star and fashion designer Jessica Simpson revealed her post-baby weight loss figure, as shown in the photo, more than six months after giving birth to a healthy baby girl named Maxwell Drew Johnson. She gave birth on May 1, 2012 via C-section and earlier revealed how she lost her weight five months later.

Jessica Simpson post birth

Jessica Simpson, more than 6 months
after giving birth

Image Credit: Jessica Simpson Collection

According to US Weekly on Sunday, November 18, 2012, Jessica Simpson appeared in an event in Tampa, Florida last Saturday for her fashion line, the Jessica Simpson Collection, and showed her slim figure while wearing a hot pink blazer and denim pants, and that the Weight Watchers spokeswoman has lost 60 lbs.

“That’s a wrap on the @weightwatchers commercial!” Jessica Simpson (@JessicaSimpson) tweeted on Friday, along with a link of a sneak preview photo of the commercial she shot for the weight-loss company, and although she cannot be seen clearly, it can be noticed that she is now getting back into shape.

“I feel positive about how I’ve done so far and really good about the goals I have set. Most people can tell a difference every time they see me, which lets me know I’m making progress.” Simpson, 32, was quoted in an US Weekly interview last October, where she appeared in the magazine cover.

“In over 20 years, I’ve never seen as consistent a weight loss. Jessica‘s right where she needs to be . . . She’s gotten so much stronger.” Harley Pasternak, Simpson‘s fitness trainer, told the paper that time. Pasternak have also previously trained other stars like Megan Fox and Jennifer Hudson.

As noted at ABC News this Monday, Jessica Simpson has lost her weight in two major ways, changing her eating habits, and following Harley Pasternak‘s weight loss program, which has five phases: Cardio Warm-UP, Upper Body Strength Training, Lower Body Strength Training, Core Training, and The Cardio Cool Down.

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