Jane Fonda’s Tracksuit in H&M Fitness Campaign: Video – Hollywood Life
Jane Fonda still got it and she proved it in a new video for H&M Move. The 85-year-old starred in a new video for the campaign where she wore blue while riding a stationary bike and talked about the secret to living longer – movement.
In the video, Jane said, “The idea behind H&M Move is that we want to get everyone in the world moving. They say you should walk 10,000 steps a day – that’s hard for me so I don’t walk 10,000, I walk 5,000. Something is better than nothing. If I’m walking and working out I don’t feel my age.”
She captioned the video, “Movement is a gift. This is the idea at the heart of my partnership with @hm_move. Together we are on a mission to fight for equal access to sport. We want to get everyone moving. Don’t feel like you can walk 10,000 steps today? Walk 5,000 instead. Always remember one simple thing: something is better than nothing.
In another video from the campaign, Jane said, “The people who are moving already know why it is not only important but why it is truly a blessing. Now, in my 80s it is even more important. Suddenly it’s hard to get in and out of a car if you don’t have a strong thigh. So you don’t do it because of how big you look. You want to be able to live fully.”
Jane revealed her non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma diagnosis back in September 2022 on Instagram. She posted selfies of herself announcing that she has cancer and has started chemo treatment, saying, “This is a treatable cancer. 80% of people are alive, so I feel very lucky. ” After battling the disease, Jane announced on her website on December 15, that she had beaten cancer. “Last week I was told by my oncologist that my cancer is in remission and I can stop chemo. I feel so blessed, so lucky. I thank all of you who prayed and sent good thoughts my way. I am confident that he played a part in the good news.”
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