She looks to be the epitome of a slender and curvaceous lady with a pretty face that positively glows with satisfaction. On the cover of Self magazine, Cobie Smulders was in a skin-hugging outfit that accentuated her figure even more so thereby making her appear to be a sex symbol.
But when asked in an interview, as to what she does to keep in shape, Cobie confesses that she does not count calories. And she goes to the gym only twice a week. Furthermore, while at the gym, she does not engage in any grueling workouts that make you sweat like a pig. She keeps it light and enjoyable and is completely sweat-free by the end of a session.
Cobie Smulders stated, "I've really been enjoying The Bar Method because I'm not a sweaty mess when we get to my favorite part of class—the end. There's one move where you're supposed to lift your leg off the barre, using the tiniest muscle somewhere deep in your groin. I've never been able to do it. I'm like, 'There's so much effort going into my leg right now, and nothing is happening!' Still, my core feels stronger, my posture is better, and I have more energy."
Then she truly enjoys each and every bite of her food instead of shoveling the eatables into her mouth. She does not restrict her eating habits too much. Every two foods in seven she eats consist of pasta. And she would start with a green smoothie for breakfast.
That would be followed by a protein packed lunch and later on rice and fish for dinner. She even takes a bite or two out of her husband’s macaroni and cheese now and then. So you can well imagine that Cobie is in no way obsessed with body image or a six pack.
While this remarkable actress was on HIMYM, she really found pleasure in all the scenes she acted in. And now that the show is over, she feels a sense of nostalgia about the series. She also acted in some very poignant scenes opposite Neil Patrick Harris in the series HIMYM.
Cobie discussed acting in various ventures in another interview recently. Her spiel reflected the effort and method acting she used to make the characters appear almost real on screen.
"I have from the beginning with this last season [felt the emotions]. I've just been very present and really trying to enjoy every minute. I do find myself getting nostalgic -- not so much thinking about the future, but I just try to enjoy everything -- the crew, our stories, these characters. I feel now, every time I go in to do a scene, I'm more precious with it than I have been in years. It's like, "Well, what about we do it this way?" or, "What if I tried this?" I'm playing with it more now, because I just know that I'm not going to be able to play this character for much longer," Cobie Smulders told IGN in an interview.