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Clare Crawley in Workout Gear Trains For Diplo's Run Club

“She’s back. 9•08•24 We’re doing this! @diplosrunclub,” she captioned the post.

The Bachelor star Clare Crawley is gearing up to take part in Diplo's Run Club—and she's sharing her progress on social media. Crawley, 43, posted a video of herself wearing jogging pants and a black crop top, before changing into running shorts and a white Diplo hoodie. "She's back. 9•08•24 We're doing this! @diplosrunclub," she captioned the post. "I don't even have this merch yet 😮," Diplo humorously commented on the post (Crawley promised to help him out). Here's how the reality star stays fit, happy, and healthy.


She Plays Pickleball

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Crawley loves playing Pickleball with husband Ryan Dawkins (yep, add her to the list of celebs obsessed with this game). "Perfect time for a new hobby!" she captioned an instagram picture of herself walking onto the court. "Show off! New talent unlocked – impressive ❤️ ," Dawkins commented on the post. 


Hiking In the Sunshine

Few things make Crawley happier than hiking outside in the sunshine—the reality star is constantly posting videos of herself taking advantage of the beautiful Southern California climate. "Where are my get me in nature, fresh air loving, explorers at! 🌲🌲🌲 And you know when the time comes, we will hopefully + happily be strapping baby girl on to join the adventures!" she captioned an Instagram post of herself wearing leggings and a tank top on a hike.


Lime Water

Crawley swears by lime water to help with any stomach issues she might be having. "Crushed ice + fresh lime water for the win! I had a stomach bug over the weekend and absolutely nothing sounded good to eat or drink after but this. Not only is it refreshing, but the fresh squeezed lime has great benefits in balancing the ph of your stomach! Curious what YOUR favorite tricks when your stomach is not feelin so hot?" she captioned an Instagram post


She Uses a Stall Bar

Crawley swears by a stall bar for stretching and strengthening exercises. "At first I thought It was a jungle gym in the house, but then I realized how beneficial the #stallbars can be!" she captioned an Instagram post. "Increases back flexibility, relieves lower back tightness, decompresses spinal discs, straightens and elongates the torso, strengthens and aligns your shoulders."


Growing Produce

Crawley and Dawkins love growing their own vegetables. Experts say backyard gardening is a great way to appreciate healthy foods, and know exactly what you are consuming. "Backyard gardening can inspire you to take an interest in the origins of your food and make better choices about what you put on your plate," says Dr. Helen Delichatsios, an internist at Harvard-affiliated Massachusetts General Hospital. "When you grow your own food, you savor it more because of the effort it took to get to the table."

Ferozan Mast
Ferozan Mast is a science, health and wellness writer with a passion for making science and research-backed information accessible to a general audience. Read more
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