"Those dancers are ridiculously strong and amazing," she said."It makes me want to move my body (in a much less graceful way)." And judging by her Instagram post, she's definitely picked up some moves: about how easy it was for her to accept her age: "[Fear of aging] feels like a sales tool."I love exercise more than anything as soon as I leave the gym and for the rest of the day," she said. But I love the idea of being able to be my age," she said.Jones spoke to about finally feeling represented in the industry—even if she had to be the one to represent herself. "To be what I am, which is black, Jewish, and biracial—I don’t have to subscribe to some other thing to be beautiful and that’s good.
At 41, she's been in the spotlight for years…but even with Quincy Jones and Peggy Lipton as parents, she's always seemed, well, normal.It’s just a way to get people to keep consuming things, but then you have to try to get this thing that’s unattainable. We’re born and then we start getting older."With an icon like Lipton for a mom and a music legend as a dad, we imagine Jones learned a lot around her kitchen table.It turns out that her mom taught her the importance of a "good sweat." As Jones explained to , "[my mom] has always been holistic about beauty—she puts on sunblock, drinks a ton of water, takes care of herself, meditates.Read on for our favorite Rashida Jones–inspired wellness tips worth incorporating into your daily life—including the best TV show to watch if you're in a workout slump.Jones wouldn't consider herself a "[workout] freak," she explained to Instead of sticking to one workout, she'll let herself go through phases and isn't afraid to switch up her routine.