Mary J. Blige is committed to her fitness regime and wants to recapture her fitness ''zenith'' from the 90s.
Mary J. Blige says the need to ''feel really good'' is the motivation behind her fitness regime.
The 42-year-old star has been training for years in the hopes of recapturing her fitness ''zenith'' from the late 90s, when she first wore a revealing stage number that enabled her to flaunt her toned physique.
Since then she has been dedicated to maintaining a regular workout session and admits ''as you get older'' fitness can falter.
She told The Metro newspaper: ''I've been training since 1997. My break-out training moment was when I had a show at Radio City Music Hall and I remember getting ripped for the first time and I wore this little studded bra top and these low waist leather pants and that was the first time of getting a taste of looking good.
''Then I fell off. You get older, you fall off, but you keep going to maintain. I thought, 'This time I've got to reach my zenith. I'm older and need to feel really good.' ''
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