Lauren Cohan Displays Her Crazy-Toned Abs, Fit Arms, Looks Far from Walking Dead for Women’s Health Magazine

Lauren Cohan poses in a swimsuit for Women's Health
The Walking Dead's Lauren Cohan covers the December issue of Women's Health magazine. Tom Schirmacher/Women's Health

No blood, no guts!  

The Walking Dead's Lauren Cohan cleaned up for the December 2014 cover of Women's Health magazine. Obviously, outrunning treacherous zombies on the hit AMC series requires a little bit of exercise, but who knew she was this fit? 

 

The actress, 32, puts her chiseled abs on display in a number of cutout swimsuits and sports a bright red cropped sweater and skimpy swimsuit bottoms on the cover.  

Lauren Cohan - Women's Health
Tom Schirmacher/Women's Health

So what magical pill is the star taking to stay in shape? Cohan says she just relies on staying active. "I try to follow the 10,000 steps which is not difficult if I’m busy working, and Pilates, and ballet, and dancing," she explained.

 

"For me staying healthy is so often just about me being happy, and a workout that makes me happy.” Adding, ”If it’s outdoors or it’s dancing, I’m set." 

Cohan also reflected on the meteoric rise of the show, which quickly became an addiction for its fans. 

Lauren Cohan - Women's Health cover
Tom Schirmacher/Women's Health

"I didn’t really have time to think about whether I thought it was going to be big, I was just so happy with the show and being on the show and the people that I work with," she told the magazine. "It’s funny you sort of come out of our little vacuum of filming and you realize how popular it is.” 

 

Cohan never thought she'd end up doing supernatural genres. “I’ve always gravitated to supernatural things and I enjoy it, but when I started acting I enjoyed comedy and that’s what I thought I’d end up doing — just action, screwball comedy is what I’ve always wanted to do,” she said.

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