Alanis, who was yesterday braved the humidity for a run through the streets of Brentwood, California, also embarked on a vigorous fitness regime.'I used to get out of bed in the morning and things were aching, and I just thought, this is what happens when you get into your 30s,' she told America's OK! 'But now I jump out of bed and have so much energy; I feel very alive.
Her parents were teachers in a military school and due to their work often had to move.Still, the couple never walked down the aisle together: They announced their split in February 2007.Ryan began dating the "You Oughta Know" singer in 2002, and they became something of a match made in Canada.I wasn’t interested in some fad diet that was unsustainable.'So I opened it and flipped through and thought the weight loss is incidental.I feel so loved by him, in a trampoline kind of way. “We’re just really enjoying this (engagement) phase,” Morissette told last year.He’s always very happy for me.” She credited the success of their relationship in part to the fact that they’re both Canadian. Said Reynolds, “We feel like we’re already married.” Reps for Morissette and Reynolds could not be reached for comment.(lyrics: "Baba", "That I Would Be Good", "No Pressure Over Cappuccino", "UR", "Your House", "I Was Hoping", "Ironic") / (music: "Baba", "That I Would Be Good", "No Pressure Over Cappuccino", "UR", "Your House", "I Was Hoping", "Ironic") / (writer: "Heart of the House", "Uninvited") - Alanis Morissette (1999) ...2004 - February 2007Ryan Reynolds and Alanis Morissette started dating in 2002, and two years later they announced their engagement.The primary focus is disease prevention.' Alanis, who is currently dating environmental lawyer Tom Ballanco, now has her mind focused on training for a marathon.'I do between a half hour to an hour of light weights, running, biking, swimming, probably five times a week.Singer-songwriter Alanis Morissette and her fianc for the past two years, actor Ryan Reynolds, have split, a source close to the couple confirms to PEOPLE.