Brooke Villone - Baseball Wives Reality TV Star
Well, I have been modeling since a teenager so I was in the spotlight a lot and always loved it.
I am lucky enough to have good genes and be 5'10", however I do work out a lot.
I have never had an eating disorder and I love to workout. I try to stick to a healthy diet and I workout 5-6 times a week. I do weights, cardio, Yoga and sometimes Zumba. It sometimes is harder to get to the gym as much as I used to before my daughter but running after her is sometimes a workout too!
I belong to 2 gyms in North NJ near my house. If I’m not in shape I won’t [get modeling] work.
When you are physically fit you feel better mentally. Even if I can only do a 30-minute workout I still feel better than I did before I walked into the gym.
My husband and I worked out a lot together before our daughter but now we take turns while one of us watches her, the other goes to the gym. Fitness is definitely a strengthening bond for a marriage because when I’m in shape I feel sexier for my husband.
We met at a bar in Pittsburgh when he was playing for the Pirates and ironically enough my poster was in his locker and he met me the next day. He supports me in all I do so I'm lucky.
I DO NOT hang out with any of the cast but I do have some very good friends that are baseball wives and would never want to be part of the show.
Sexy is being yourself and confident. I feel if more women worked out they would feel sexier.
I stayed fit while I was pregnant because I also modeled pregnant so I only gained about 30 pounds. I didn’t over eat when I was pregnant because you really are not eating for 2. I breast fed which helped the weight at first and as soon as I got the OK from my doctor to workout, I did.
Absolutely! I love Lululemon and Nike.
My Nike capri fitted pants
I love Zumba. I think it is great that you can dance and have fun while you are burning calories.
I love football and I am a huge Pittsburgh Steelers fan!
My husband. His career speaks for itself. He played for 12 different Major League teams and played 17 years in the Major Leagues. He just retired this year but he sticks to his workout routines like he is still playing.