Michelle Lovitt, Cox’s trainer, who helps her tackle her trouble spots by focusing on strength training.
“My fitness philosophy is to be active in life and enjoy what I am doing,” says Cox. “I have always loved exercise and feel that being active is important to maintain not only physical health, but mental health as well.”
Courteney Cox’s workout plans are Pilates, Squats, Reverse Lunges, Tennis, Surfing, Yoga (Chair Pose, Half Moon Pose), Bike riding, Strength training, Martial arts and more.
Is there anything she can’t live without when doing workouts? She is on her own committed to doing Tracey Anderson Method workout:
“It kicks my ass and I love it. The Tracey Anderson Method is two parts: dance aerobics and toning. The whole process is about working your accessory muscles, not just your major muscle groups that get worked all the time. You never stay in one constant motion so you don’t get bulky in one particular area. I was turned onto it in July, and I’ve seen a big change in my body. And you want the [workout] room to be very hot.”
Courteney Cox Facts:
CoCo was first to debut film is Down Twisted in the year of 1987, and first debut TV show is World Turns in 1984.
Courteney has appeared in TVC brands like – Pantene, Maybelline, Tampax, The New York Telephone Co., Coca-Cola, Head & Shoulders shampoo, Noxzema skin cream, etc.
Courteney Cox says about her association with Pantene
“I love Pantene, and I really use it. I’ve been pretty lucky because I have thick hair, but I didn’t realize that as you age and go grey, it gets thinner and starts breaking. When I’m working, I have to use a lot of styling tools—there’s always something hot plugged in—so when I’m not working, I don’t even brush it. I just literally take a shower, use a conditioner, towel-dry it, and that’s it. I think that helps keep it thick and healthy.”
Does Courteney Cox smoke and drink alochol? Yes
On the set of ‘Friends’, Cox had a secret cabinet for candies. What was it called? Courteney’s Candy Cabinet (which was filled with chocolate bars and bags of candy).
The main fact about Tampax commercial (the brand is into feminine care products) is not just the model Courteney Cox in it, but she was the 1st person to use the word “period” on TV.