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Chrishell Stause in Two-Piece Workout Gear Does Pilates

Here are her lifestyle habits.

Chrishell Stause is doing Pilates – in her sports bra and leggings. In a new social media post the Selling Sunset star gives her followers a glimpse of her reformer Pilates routine, showing off her washboard abs in the process. How does the reality star approach health and wellness? Celebwell rounded up her top lifestyle habits. 


HIIT Workouts

Chrishell works out with Ocho, a personal trainer and the founder of fitness studio Power 8 in LA. "A week of workouts for Chrishell can vary," he told Women's Health. "Her schedule is very hectic, so we get in what we can, and HIIT training is one of the most efficient ways she can build muscle and burn fat at the same time."


Weight Training

She also lifts weights. "We do heavyweight and plyometrics, as well as HIIT, so that her body is always moving and so that she never gets bulky, but still gains strength," Ocho told Women's Health.




Chrishell told Women's Health that she is a breakfast eater. "What I love for breakfast is eggs," she said. "My favorite thing is scrambled egg whites with cheddar cheese and pepper." When she is busy she will get a quick fix. "Lately it's probably been more of a protein bar," she admitted. "When I'm busy, I normally either grab a banana and peanut butter, or a protein bar. I'm obsessed with peanut butter."


Italian Food

Chrishell is a fan of Italian food. "I haven't really met a pasta that I don't like, but I guess my favorite would probably be bucatini with cracked pepper and Parmesan cheese," she said. "I love fish. I also love sushi and pizza." She also likes to cook. "One dish I'm proud of is my spicy shrimp pasta. It's so good and has a little kick to it," she told Women's Health. "I'll do it with whole-wheat noodles, sautéed shrimp, red pepper chili flakes and a spicier tomato sauce." 



Chrishell Stause/Instagram

Chrishell "practices Pilates once or twice a week to lengthen, stretch and recover," Ocho adds. "It's low impact and allows her to reset, while still getting a good workout in." According to the Mayo Clinic there are lots of benefits to the workout, as it "strengthens the body's inner core while increasing its flexibility resulting in improved overall health. It can also promote longer, leaner muscles, injury prevention, relief from stress and back pain, enhanced athletic performance, and heightened mind-body awareness.

Leah Groth
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