Cameron Diaz usually puts a lot of effort into his health and training but hasn’t been able to play for 8 months due to injury
Cameron Diaz reveals Achilles injury kept her out of training for almost a year.
The Charlie’s Angels actress, 49, said ‘easy is the way through’ after being used to being ‘strong’ for most of her life.
Written in Gwyneth Paltrow ‘s goop newsletterCameron explained: “I was still recovering from an Achilles injury, so I hadn’t trained for eight months.
“I used to be really strong and really active, and I was made to be quiet for a while. And for anyone trying to bounce back from something like that – that’s not it. It’s a trauma; it can happen after birth or any life process that makes it impossible for you to pursue — it’s easy to get over it yourself.
“Most of my life I’ve been strong, I’ve gotten used to working hard and relying on my strength, and I had to do the opposite. I took a lot of steps in my mind before I actually took one. “
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She said she spent a lot of time lying on the floor figuring out ‘what her body needed’ in her healing process.
The Other Woman star didn’t ‘go back’ to her usual lifestyle and allowed herself time to process.
“I’m looking forward to all aspects of growth coming in at 50. I’m working on building my muscle mass, so I’ll have it when my hormones change,” she says. explain.
Cameron and Gwyneth have been friends for a while, with the The Holiday star previously appearing on Goop for an interview in 2020.
At the time, Cameron credited Gwyneth for ‘never giving up on her’ when she had children.
The mother of one, who shares Raddix with husband Benji Madden, confessed: “You used to say, I’d be like: ‘I don’t have kids.’ And you’re like: ‘You’re having kids, you’re getting married, you’re having kids.’
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“And I said: ‘No, I don’t!’ And you’re like: ‘You gotta do it, you gotta do it!’ And I said, “I’m not going to do that.”
Cameron continued: “You’re above me all the time. You’re like, ‘You have to. You don’t understand. If you don’t do this, you’ll be so sad you didn’t do it.”
“And so I credit you so much for the fact that you never gave up on me.”
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https://www.mirror.co.uk/3am/celebrity-news/cameron-diaz-hasnt-been-able-27118388 Cameron Diaz, 49, says she was 'really strong' before injury stopped her