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Candace Cameron Bure in Two-Piece Workout Gear Says "Keep Moving"

“Keep moving…keep dancing."

Candace Cameron Bure is doing a step workout in her exercise clothes. In a new social media post the Fuller House star flaunts her washboard abs in a crop top and workout shorts. "Keep moving…keep dancing…especially if you own the @kirastokesfit Stoked Step," she captioned the Instagram post. How does the star approach diet, fitness, and self-care? Here is everything you need to know about her lifestyle habits. 



Candace exercises to "keep my mental health clear," she told The Salvation Army. "Just sweating that out and all those endorphins really help me a lot. I notice a huge difference when I don't exercise, how much it can affect me mentally and kind of deal with depression," she said. "That's why I keep going. There are a lot of benefits I get. My mind is most important, and exercise definitely helps that."


Jump Roping

Candace jump ropes. "First, whips hurt. Second, this is the first time doing 12 double-unders in a row. Whoo Hoo! Does a jump in between still make it count? Just say YES 👍🏼! I'm learning," she captioned a post. "P.S. some people have said my rope is too long, however I ordered a rope for exactly my height. When I stand on it, it comes just underneath my armpit- which is where it should land. Still think it's too long?" Why should you give jump roping a try? "Not only can the repetitive movement of skipping rope elevate your heart rate, work muscles in the arms and legs and burn calories, it may even provide a quick jolt of joy," says Nike


Five Exercise Sessions a Week

Exercise is a regular part of her life. "I try to work out four to five times a week. I mix it up a lot, so it stays interesting to me," Candace told Parade. Physical activity is anything that gets your body moving. Each week adults need 150 minutes of moderate-intensity physical activity and 2 days of muscle-strengthening activity, according to the current Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans


Strength Training

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Cameron does a lot of workouts, including strength training and HIIT. "I swear by push-ups: wide grip, tricep, dolphin, inclined, declined, you name it. My arms, shoulders, and back have really changed from constantly doing them," she said. According to the Mayo Clinic, strength and weight training help reduce body fat, preserve and increase lean muscle mass, and burn calories more efficiently. Strength training may also help you:

  • Develop strong bones
  • Manage your weight
  • Enhance your quality of life
  • Manage chronic conditions
  • Sharpen your thinking skills


Mediterranean Plant-Based Diet


Candace sticks to a primarily plant-based diet. "I follow a more Mediterranean diet, so I eat lots of fresh vegetables and whole grains and fish," she told People, adding that she's cut dairy and sugar out of her diet. "I see the biggest effect from not eating as much sugar."



During a recent trip to Miami, Candace went biking. The Cleveland Clinic explains that biking, a low-impact aerobic exercise, is great for building muscle, improving strength and flexibility, and improving balance. It can also boost mental health and help other health conditions, including arthritis. 

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