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Jillian Michaels bares it all for Shape, but would like to improve a body part

Jillian Michaels, fab at 40, poses nude in the July/August issue of Shape Magazine.
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Jillian Michaels shows off her incredible body in her fourth Shape Magazine cover, this time completely nude reports Extra on Saturday. But, is it possible the 40-year-old popular physical trainer with the perfect physique would like to improve on a body part? Yes, and readers are in for a surprise which body part Jillian Michaels would like to better.

Once again Shape , the fitness and health magazine, hosts Jillian Michaels on the cover. The petite mother of two bared it all to declare that at 40, the TV personality/trainer is now at “her peak.” In her spread Jillian Michaels confessed that although she is “older, she is also wiser, which is a more intrinsic type of beauty.”

Women sometimes use age as an excuse to not exercise or workout, but Jillian Michaels says she looks better now than she did in her younger years, “When I think back on my 20s and 30s, I look better now than I ever have.” Her inspiration is her children, which she told Shape is “the best reason for having strong arms, because I love to pick up my kids.” Michaels shares a four-year-old daughter and two-year-old son with her partner Heidi Rhoades.

The July/August issue of Shape, featuring a full spread of the sexy and nude Jillian Michaels, hits newsstands and tablets on June 25. Fans get the fitness guru’s expert advice for toning the entire body utilizing Michael’s workout routines that include yoga, boxing and pull-ups, which the Long Island Women’s Style Examiner hates. Jillian stresses the importance for women to have strength, “because when you feel physically powerful, it transcends into every facet of your life.”

So, what is the body part Jillian Michaels would like to perfect? She admits it is her derriere, “Do I want to have a better butt? Sure, but I’m healthy and can wear my skinny jeans and that’s good enough.” Michaels advises to “love your body despite the imperfections.” Yes, confidence is the best accessory.