Kaley Cuoco reveals the secret to falling in love with the gym and her post-injury workout routine
'Big Bang Theory' star Kaley Cuoco, who recently suffered a shoulder injury, took to Instagram to prove that she is now stronger than ever
It a known fact that 'The Big Bang Theory' star Kaley Cuoco had quite an eventful year. In June, she got married to Karl Cook in a gorgeous ceremony and just five days later she suffered a shoulder injury. At the same time, it is a known fact that the star is a fighter. Recently, she took to Instagram to prove that she is now stronger than ever. All because of her intense workout sessions.
"I started training at [Proactive Sports Performance] days after we did my recent interview for @womenshealthmag," she captioned her post on Tuesday. "As much as I love yoga, and spin, this place has been a major refuge for me in many ways. Their entire team has been incredibly instrumental in rehabbing my shoulder and having me fall back in love with the gym and personal training," she continued.
She then thanked her trainers saying, "Staying in shape is hard and it takes work, so when you find a program that works for you, don’t let it go! 💪🏼 thank you @ryan_sorensen@titoramirez78 , Ryan Capretta @emcapretta for re-inspiring me! 🤸🏼♀️🏋🏼♀️."
In a recent interview with Women's Health Magazine, she spoke about her daily routine. She started off by playing tennis when she was young and then took up horseback riding when she grew up. She even revealed that she loved to lift weights, but at the same time she tries to switch up her routine so that it does not get stale.
"If I get a little bit bored, I’ll switch over to SoulCycle, which I love too. It’s all or nothing. I’m hot or cold. I’m not a gray area," she revealed. "So if I’m doing yoga, we’re doing it every day this week... Then I’m like, ‘Oh my god, I have to switch.’ Then I’m going crazy on SoulCycle... ‘Okay, I have to switch.'"
A few months ago, Kaley was seen wearing slip-ons because she couldn't bend down while her shoulder healed. We are glad to see how much she has progressed since her surgery and we are absolutely proud of her.