Noting that the 23-year-old was required to train four hours a day, four days a week during filming of the Star Wars sequel, one fan asked her which exercise drill she "loved to hate."
"Maybe running," the actress mused. "Now I’ve got more into sprinting, I like that but running I’m always like 'aaahhh' -- I feel like my brain is rattling in my skull. But then I always feel really badass."
For Ridley, badass is a feeling that happens quickly.
"I only ever do five minutes, it's got to be said," she admits. "But you get off the treadmill or you stop running and you feel powerful."
Despite loving sports now, that wasn't always the case. "I never really did sports until now. And I feel like, now I really like it -- I might have been an athlete!" she joked. "No, maybe not. That was a bit hopeful."
Stranger things have happened, Daisy!
The star hit back at body shamers last month, after a screen capture of her Star Wars character Rey was circulated on social media, with a caption saying that "real women have curves."
"I'm just a normal girl thrust into extraordinary circumstances, just like Rey," Ridley wrote at the time. "I will not apologize for how I look, what I say and how I live my life cause what's happening inside is much more important anyway and I am striving to be the best version of myself, even if I stumble along the way."
When Daisy's not preaching the truth, she's spitting rhymes – check out her rap flow in the video below.