Adele says her weight loss journey has improved her mobility after years of suffering from back pain.
Prior to the Friday release of her highly anticipated album “30,” the award-winning singer touched more on her weight-loss journey, which she emphasized was fueled by the desire to focus on her mental health.
Speaking to The Face, Adele revealed that working with a coach during her time spent in quarantine in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic was “therapy” for her brain. As for the benefits she sees after her weight loss, she says her body is “smarter” now.
“I can now move more, because of my back. I strengthened my core. I slipped my first disc when I was 15 because of sneezing. I was in bed and I sneezed and my fifth flew out. In January, I slipped my sixth, my L6. And then, where I had a caesarean section, my core was useless, ”she explained.
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The “Easy on Me” singer added that she suffered from back pain during “like, half of my life”. Focusing on strengthening her core made all the difference in the world, she said.
“It flares up, usually because of stress or because of a stupid pose. But where I’ve strengthened my belly, down to the bottom, which I’ve never had before, my back doesn’t play that much. That means I can. Do more, I can run with my child a little more, ”she shared.
The presenter said she enjoys feeling “strong”. Her elective training is to lift weights.
“I lifted weights this morning, and I got up from what I did a few weeks ago. When I feel like I have the weight of the world – at least of my world – on my shoulders, I can handle it. It’s a little more because I grew 10 pounds with my weights. It really was just a metaphor for survival. “
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Unfortunately for Adele, her weight loss opened her to comments about her lifestyle and body positivity. She was the subject of a television special that aired on Sunday, which featured an interview conducted by Oprah Winfrey. The special also aired the singer’s performance at the Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles where she performed some of her beloved and popular hits as well as a handful of songs from her upcoming album, “30. ”
Adele explained to Winfrey that she does not feel responsible for others being hurt by her weight loss.
“It’s not my job to validate how people feel about their bodies. I feel bad that anyone felt terrible about themselves – but that’s not my job. I’m trying to sort out my own life. I can’t add any other concern.” she said.
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Speaking to The Face, Adele revealed that apart from the positive effects of being able to get around more, she is not any different from a person than she was before.
“I don’t feel … Except I feel smart, I don’t feel different. No,” she said.
Fox News’ Tyler McCarthy contributed to this report.