But it turns out Hollywood’s power couple have found the secret to the age-old hectic-schedule-vs-prioritizing-self-care dilemma, and it starts with killing two birds with one stone.
“I actually love mummy-daddy workouts, they’re the best.” Jessica told SELF.
“It doesn’t always happen, but it’s so nice to have a partner when you’re doing a workout. It’s something my husband and I really enjoy doing together – we both are workout enthusiasts. When we can, we make it happen.”
To get the most out of the short amount of time they have, they usually opt for a strength circuit or interval training.
“We’ll work with a trainer and just do different circuits and do different types of cardio training or sprinting, just different things depending on what we’re working on and goals we’re trying to hit at the time,” she explained.
“I’ve definitely been known to be in the gym late night, even 10 or 11 p.m. Sometimes, you just gotta do it and fit it in when you can.”
The pair aims to sweat for at least 20 minutes a day, but when they can, Jess also likes to squeeze in an a.m. yoga sesh to keep her mind and body in check.
“That way I get it out of the way and get it done and have my day starting with clarity and space and time for me,” she said.
This article originally appeared on Women's Health AU