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Candace Cameron Bure is an actress, author, and a mom of three teenagers, but she still finds time for her health and fitness. She joins The Doctors with her trainer Kira Stokes to share how she stays fit while juggling her busy life.
Candace takes us along for her workout with Kira, which includes jumping rope, lunges, squats, weightlifting, and medicine ball slamming.
The "Fuller House" star says at 41 that she is in the best shape of her life. She explains that only recently she began to enjoy fitness. "I found a way to have fun doing it. I have a great partner with [Kira]. It helps when you have a buddy," she says.
Adding,"When we get older, I think we have to find the things that make us feel good... I found that fitness made me mentally healthier and ... made me be able to get through my day and enjoy it. It kind of gave me that stress relief."
So what about those of us that are too busy to exercise?
Kira tells The Doctors,"Time is something we all wish we had more of... know that every little bit matters... even if you're in line at the grocery store and you start doing squats." She notes that your fitness goals can be spread across the course of your day and do not have to be accomplished all at once.
Candace shares more fitness tips in her new book, "Staying Stylish," which she explains is much more than just a style guidebook. She says it includes tips on how to "nurture yourself physically and spiritually... which is the complete package which I think we all need."