Tamron Hall Rocked A Trapeze Dress, And Her Killer Legs Are Impressively Toned
"Hearst Magazines and Yahoo may earn commission or revenue on some items through these links."
Tamron Hall is living her best life. After all, her talk show has been wildly successful and even won an Emmy!
Recently, the 52-year-old TV personality was spotted sporting a fab trapeze dress just outside her studio. And damn, those legs are insanely fierce.
So how does she stay in such amazeballs shape? Well, Tamron is the queen of at-home workouts. She told Harper's Bazaar last year that she has a Tonal and Lululemon Studio, and even completed a two-week ab challenge.
Tamron Hall has been completely crushing it with her talk show. She’s won a ton of awards (including an Emmy!) and delivered a bunch of really interesting interviews. But she also knows the power of great fashion. Cue Tamron, working the coolest minidress outside her studio yesterday.
The 52-year-old TV personality was spotted in a fab trapeze dress that put her seriously sculpted legs on full display. Tamron accessorized the look with strappy heels and strong arms for a look that makes it clear she’s not slacking on fitness lately.
So, what's her fitness secret? Well, Tamron is busy—it’s hard overseeing an Emmy Award-winning show, you guys! Beyond all that, she’s even written a thriller—with a second one on the way. But this busy mom still finds time to put in the work, like a true badass.
For starters, she’s not afraid to get physical on her show. Tamron has done things like crushed double Dutch and boxed with Creed 3 star Jonathan Majors on camera. Evidence:
And then, of course, there was that time she skated with Usher:
When she's not getting a workout in at the studio, Tamron is big on home fitness. “I have a Tonal and Lululemon Studio—formerly MIRROR—and I just completed Lululemon's two-week abs challenge with Garren and Ash,” she told Harper’s Bazaar last year.
But Tamron is all about working her mind, too. “I happen to practice transcendental meditation, so I try to meditate two times per day,” she said. “For me, having that beat before I launch into my day and just opening up my mind helps me balance life and work.”
By the way, Tamron is an early riser. She told New York magazine that she gets up at 5 a.m., something she’s done for most of her career. “People ask me how I get through the day — I am a master of the 40-minute nap,” she said. “It’s a true refresher. So my bed and bedroom are my sanctuary.”
Food-wise, Tamron told New York that she cooks at home four nights a week. “I use the steamer a lot,” she said. “I steamed broccoli for broccoli and cheese the other day… I’ve been leaning into a lot of soups. I’ve been freezing them to take for lunch. Having lunch is a luxury, especially something that’s tasty.”
Keep crushing it out there, Tamron!
You Might Also Like