Showing posts with label BROOKLYN DECKER. Show all posts
Showing posts with label BROOKLYN DECKER. Show all posts

Thursday, August 09, 2018


Whitney Casey And Brooklyn Decker

Brooklyn Decker and Whitney Casey looked great when she was photographed at #BlogHer18 Creators Summit in New York City yesterday.

Friday, August 25, 2017


Brooklyn Decker

Brooklyn Decker attended Keds and LOLA "Champion Equality. Make It Your Business" Panel In Celebration Of Women's Equality Day at Neuehouse in New York City the other day.

Wednesday, April 09, 2014

Monday, April 16, 2012


What To Expect When You’re Expecting and Battleship star Brooklyn Decker graces the May cover of Women’s Health and opens up about her marriage to tennis star Andy Roddick, how she maintains her famous figure and her celebrity girl crushes on Kristen Wiig, Charlize Theron, Lana Del Ray, and more.

The May 2012 issue hits newsstands on April 17th and you can see excerpts of Brooklyn's interview with Women's Health along with online exclusives here:

Brooklyn Decker

Brooklyn on her husband, Andy Roddick…

“Being married to Andy has given me a new appreciation for my body. He’s taught me that it’s not how thin you are that matters. It’s how your body performs, how it endures wear and tear.”

Brooklyn on working out with husband Andy Roddick…

“One day when we were in London, Andy took me to a track behind a high school. We did a kind of hopscotch down the track, more drills over hurdles, and then shuttle runs.”

Brooklyn on trying to learn tennis from husband, Andy Roddick…

“He tried to give me a lesson once, and I ended up hitting all the tennis balls over the fence and smashing my racket because I was so frustrated. I told him, ‘You don’t teach me how to play tennis, and I won’t teach you how to model in a bathing suit.’ And so far, it’s worked.”

Brooklyn on the importance of exercising even when she is tired…

“If I stop wanting to work out, then I’m going to be in some serious trouble.”

Brooklyn on her food philosophy…

“I try not to think about foods that are too fattening or too sugary. I always think about why it’s important to eat the best foods. By not obsessing over the bad, I tend to stick with the good.”

Brooklyn on her eating habits…

“[I eat] like a 12-year-old.”

Brooklyn on challenging herself…

“My director on Battleship, Peter Berg, said that as much as I work out, he wanted me to be strong. He took me to a boxing gym in Santa Monica. After six or seven minutes of sparring, I was completely winded. But I was also exhilarated because it was a new workout that I had never before experienced. And it’s one of the best deals you’ll find. This place charges around $15 for an hour. You learn how to punch, and I promise, you and your muscles will never forget it.”

Brooklyn on challenging herself with new things…

“I love working my butt off to prove I can do something new. If I don’t keep looking for challenges, life gets sort of dull.”

Brooklyn on dancing as exercise…

“Yesterday I returned from a trip to Australia and Munich, so I resorted to my secret, sure-fire method to get my body moving again. I blasted three Taylor Swift songs as loud as I could and started running in place and doing some stupid booty dancing. Sometimes I’ll watch a music video of a great performer like BeyoncĂ© and try to follow her choreography. Yeah, maybe I look ridiculous, but dancing gets your energy up a lot better than running on a treadmill or pedaling a stationary bike.”

Brooklyn on kayaking…

“Whenever I’m near a body of water, I love to rent a kayak. It’s easy to use, and you not only get a cardio workout but also do a vigorous upper body workout, pushing and pulling your paddle through the water. And let’s face it: The view is always a lot better than the one you can get in a gym.”

Brooklyn on working out with friends…

“When I was a bridesmaid for my best friend’s wedding in North Carolina, the two of us and the other bridesmaids hired a Pilates instructor to do a private class for us the morning of the wedding. We were able to play our favorite music and laugh and talk while working out. It was the perfect way to start a day, and ever since I’ve tried to come up with workouts that I can do with my girlfriends.”

Brooklyn on her favorite yoga move…

“One of my favorite moves is to lie on the ground on my back, a yoga block propped under my lower back, and then pull my legs up while spreading out my knees, making my legs look just like a butterfly. The move opens up my hips and stretches my back at the same time.”

Brooklyn on making new friends through exercise, like her Battleship costar, Taylor Kitsch…

“You create a bonding experience that you never would have had. My hike with Taylor Kitsch [her love interest in Battleship] was very strenuous, and we needed ropes to get to the top of the summit. But when we were finished, we knew each other a lot better than if we had just had the usual dinner and drinks night. Plus, no matter how much time you spend in the weight room, you simply can’t get a better workout for your legs than when you go for a long hike.”

Brooklyn on fitting in her core workouts throughout the day…

“Seriously, I will drop to the floor and do a plank anywhere, anytime—in my kitchen, next to my bed, in a hotel room. Straight planks on my elbows or hands and then the all-important side planks and side plank crunches.”

Brooklyn on girl crushes…

“When I see a woman who’s overcome obstacles, who’s done something with her life, I want to say to her, ‘Wow, you’re cool. Your career is awesome, and I’d love to hang out with you.’ It’s a respect thing.”

Brooklyn on Kristen Wiig…

“Her sense of humor is something we can all relate to. She’s like the inner soul of every girl alive. She doesn’t care about preserving her beauty on camera—and she is very beautiful. She’s very real.”

Brooklyn on Lana Del Rey…

“She has such an individual singing style—a kind of smoky, old-school jazzy voice combined with a hip-hop vibe. It’s music I’ve never really heard before.”

Brooklyn on Erin Andrews…

“You have to love a beautiful woman who knocks down all the stereotypes and becomes one of the country’s best sportscasters. She had to fight for years to be taken seriously, and she did it without once losing her sense of humor or her great enthusiasm.”

Brooklyn on Marisa Miller…

“When I was a rookie in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, Marisa had already been in it for years. But unlike a lot of models who get very territorial, Marisa rooted for the new girls. If there was a job she couldn’t do, she’d pass it on to me. That’s real grace.”

Brooklyn on Charlize Theron…

“Well, duh. It’s not just her breathtaking beauty that stuns me, it’s her ability to act completely against type, to defy everyone’s expectations, and to go for roles that she just finds interesting, not because an agent or manager tells her the parts will be good for her career.”

Photo By: RD/Vega/Retna

Friday, February 13, 2009


Carrot Top

Tori Praver

Damaris Lewis

Jason Chambers

Melissa Haro

Brooklyn Decker

John Legend

Bar Rafaeli

Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Models Celebrated the 2009 Issue at the Club SI Swimsuit Party at LAX Nightclub at The Luxor Resort in Las Vegas Nevada. Brooklyn Decker along with Bar Rafaeli,Carrot Top and John Legend were also there to help celebrate.
Photos By: RD / Kabik / Retna Digital