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Reese Witherspoon, Women's Health

Women’s Health

Looking good, Reese Witherspoon!

The 39-year-old Oscar winner, Legally Blonde and Wild star and mother of two sports several hot outfits in a Women's Health photo shoot and looks hotter than ever.

On the cover of the outlet's October 2015 10th anniversary "Power" issue, Witherspoon appears in a white top and tight, black leather pants that show off her trim figure. So what's her secret to her fab figure? She works out with her girlfriends.

"There's a group of us and I'm like, 'OK girls,! What are we doing today?'" she told Women's Health.

The magazine said she often trains using the Body By Simone fitness program. The company runs classes in New York and Los Angeles, where Witherspoon lives.

"It incorporates dance, strength training, and stretching, and it's all in an hour, which is perfectly doable for me," Witherspoon told Women's Health. "I do that a couple times a week. I also run, I spin, I do yoga...Physical strength is important."

"I am a bit of a hip-hop dancer," she added. "That's sort of a secret a lot of people don't know. I like to dance. I've got a dance in my heart at all times."

In another pic, she wears a textured taupe cut-out mini dress that shows off her shapely legs. She also poses in a floral shirt and black pants in a black and white pic.

Reese Witherspoon, Women's Health

Women’s Health

Reese Witherspoon, Women's Health

Women’s Health

Witherspoon also talked to Women's Health about new projects in the works with her production company. The actress co-founded it years ago and strives to "create opportunities for other women to tell their stories."

"We buy a lot of books because we love working with writers. We have a couple of new novels—Luckiest Girl Alive by Jessica Knoll, which is a great story, sort of a thriller that is in the feeling of Gone Girl. Ashley's War, which is a true story about the first female specials op unit in Afghanistan."

"We have a lot of different projects—women who are astronauts, women who are working on Wall Street—we are just trying to diversify the idea of how you see women on screen and portraying real women, all ethnicities, all ages," she said. "It's a really exciting time."