Erin Andrews is one hot guy's girl.
The Fox Sports reporter and Dancing With the the Stars cohost shows on the cover—and within the pages—of the September 2014 issue of Health that whatever she's doing to stay in shape while maintaining a busier-than-thou schedule is definitely working for her.
"If I worked out by myself—because I'm so ADD—I'd check my phone, look in the mirror and pick a zit. So I need a class because there are other people there pushing me..." Andrews told the magazine, discussing her fitness regimen. "I love Physique 57—I've found that changes my body the most. I've always been tall and lean, but everybody has their issues. I've got saddlebags and a rear end that was always kind of flat and wide. Physique 57 is lots of squats and stuff for your inner and outer thighs."
Asked if she has ever had or would consider plastic surgery, Andrews said that she's "never done it," but is "curious about all of it."
"I've seen great work, and I think we've all seen bad," she explained. "I'm very afraid of doing anything; I feel like I would be obsessive about it, like, ‘Wait, does this look real?' I'm sure there will be a time in my life when I'll want to look into it, but it's just not right now."
The 36-year-old knockout also said that, while she feels good about herself after a workout, she probably feels her "sexiest" at the end of a productive day.
"I think maybe it's at the end of the night, after a football game or Dancing with the Stars, and I'm able to take everything off and just be in a sweatshirt and a pair of boy shorts," she told Health. "Because that's me: casual, wearing cotton." (So, now we know which of the college football bowl games is her favorite...)
Surely her boyfriend, L.A. Kings player Jarret Stoll, would agree.
Used to being the "only girl at the dinner table" in her male-dominated field, Andrews said, "I didn't even think about it [being a woman, that is] until I was in the industry and people started bringing it up...I'm not really allowed to be a female in my world of sports broadcasting, because if you don't blend in and be a guy, you're not gonna fit in.
"You're not gonna be included in the jokes, and they're not gonna want to take you to the bar at night... and you won't hear all the real stories about what's going on with the teams, because everybody will be like, ‘She's just a girl.'"
Besides, Andrews figured, "I feel like I'm one of the guys anyway. I'm such a guy's girl that even in the relationship I'm in now, my boyfriend has had to say, 'OK, can I be the boy?'"
Presumably he has since seen the pics in this magazine.