VIDEO: Shape Covergirl Marisa Miller On Booty Upkeep, Chilling Out
Marisa Miller dons the cover of the February issue of Shape Magazine, where the 32-year-old Sports Illustrated beauty talks about what it takes to keep a booty men crave and what helps her chill out.
In the issue, Miller joked about her high school days, where keeping a round, firm derrière wasn’t something she wanted -- but got anyway!
“They called me ‘bubble butt’ -- but I’m over it!” the supermodel told Shape. “We refused to do squats at volleyball practice because we didn’t want them to get any bigger.”
Miller said that with age, she’s come to appreciate her round booty, and now puts in the gym time it takes to keep the bubble from bursting.
“Muscle starts to disappear as you age, I’ve discovered,” Miller said. “I love my butt and want to make sure it stays where it is.
“I was just talking to that same friend and we were laughing because now, all we want to do is lots of squats to keep our rear ends curvy and feeling strong,” she said.
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Also in the issue, Miller talks about her “wild side,” as she said nothing is more relaxing than riding her motorcycle through her hometown of Santa Cruz, California.
“Whenever I really focus on something -- whether it’s surfing, biking, or cooking -- that’s how I de-stress ... riding my motorcycle builds my self-esteem and confidence.”
The issue hits newsstands on January 24.
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