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Cindy Crawford In Workout Gear is "Warming Up For the Weekend"

She looks—spoiler alert—amazing.

Cindy Crawford is preparing for the weekend with a solid at-home workout. Crawford, 58, shared a picture of herself looking typically fabulous in black leggings and a crop tank top, posing in her gym while surrounded by weights and equipment. "Warming up for the long weekend 💪🏼," she captioned the post. "Crawford, in all her realness. For those who say she doesn't post her authentic self. She still fine. Take notes and how many of you work out like that everyday.  Let's go!!!" a fan commented. Here's how the supermodel and entrepreneur stays iconic in her 50s.


She's a Girl's Girl

Crawford cherishes her female friendships. "We build each other up," she told Vanity Fair. "I think that is so important. So much of my career—especially my own projects, like Meaningful Beauty, but before that my workout videos—has been about sharing with women. Like, 'Hey, this works for me! Maybe you don't live in New York or a private trainer is too expensive, but I'm going to share Radu with you. I'm going to share Dr. Sebagh with you.' That's important to me, but I also think people know that it's authentic."


Protecting the Blowout

Crawford has a haircare hack for workouts. "I've realized if I want to preserve my blow-dry during spinning, I have to pin my hair up in a bun on the top of my head," she told Allure.  "Then the sweat only gets in the roots—I've convinced myself that sweat is an excellent root volumizer! Otherwise, if you leave your hair down, your blow-dry gets trashed. I also sleep with my hair up like this. It's all about preserving that blow-dry!"


I Didn't Wake Up Like This

Crawford is honest about the effort it takes to look like herself. "I think more than once I said something like, 'Even I don't wake up looking like Cindy Crawford.' Cindy Crawford is a creation," she told Vanity Fair. "It's essentially me, but there's definitely help. I'm so lucky, I get to sit in a makeup chair—and that's why I never did a makeup line, per se, because most of the time in my professional life, someone else was doing it. Skin care was my job, though. Taking care of my skin so that I had a great palette or a clean slate for the makeup artist, I did feel like that was part of my job."


Hair Parting Rules

Crawford isn't interested in TikTok beauty restrictions, such as the middle part for hair. "Obviously I didn't get the memo!" she told Vanity Fair. "I don't think there are any rules to anything. Like gray hair, or having long hair at a certain age. As long as you feel comfortable, it's not really anyone else's business, is it?"


SoulCycle and Hiking

Crawford keeps her workouts interesting. "I work out three to four times a week," she told Allure. "My core exercise is still like what I did in my exercise videos with Radu. I'd say that's 70 percent of what I do. I have a trainer out here in L.A., and we do free weights and cardio at my home gym. Then I like to mix it up—bike riding with my family, hiking with a girlfriend, or taking a SoulCycle class with friends."

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