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Hailee Steinfeld in Workout Gear Says "Hi My Loves!!!"

“Hi my loves!!! it’s been a minute. life is so great."

Hailee Steinfeld is checking in with her followers – in her workout gear. In a new social media post the singer and actress shows off her incredible body in a white exercise top. "Hi my loves!!! it's been a minute. life is so great. i'll fill you in on all the BS details soon…" she captioned the Instagram post. What is her approach to diet, fitness, and self-care? Here is everything you need to know about her lifestyle habits. 



Hailee makes sure to move regularly. "For me, it's really always been a matter of being physically active, not so much working out," she told Byrdie . "My number one thing, considering my crazy, crazy schedule, is that I try to devote at least 15 minutes a day to getting some sort of physical activity in, whether it's riding a bike, taking a walk, even just walking around in my backyard for 15 minutes—just something to get some fresh air and the blood pumping."



Hailee's trainer is her father, Pete. The duo work out together five times a week. "If I'm in the gym, I'll switch it up between the elliptical, bike, treadmill, or swimming," she told OK! about her workouts. She does resistance work, cardio, and circuit training, and a whopping 3,000 crunches a day.  



Hailee loves to dance. "I have six eight-hour dance rehearsals and that's where I get my workout in. Dance is definitely my workout of choice because I love the fact that it never really feels like I'm working out. Before I know it, hours have gone by, and I'm sweating and feel great," she told Byrdie. Dancing is a great workout for many reasons. Not only does it build strength and promote flexibility, but helps you lose weight and even promotes cardiovascular function. A 2016 study published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine determined that people who engaged in moderate-intensity dancing were 46 percent less likely to develop heart disease or die from it than non-dancers. In comparison, moderate-intensity walkers were just 25 percent less likely to suffer heart health issues.


Healthy Diet

Hailee is "getting more and more into" nutrition. "I think as I get older, I can appreciate more of what I put into my body. I'm more aware of it," she dished Byrdie. "Especially, again, being on the road is such a hard way of living when it comes to nutrition because it will be super late at night, and you'll realize hours have gone by and you haven't eaten, and then there's a drive-through, so you go through it. It's hard. When I'm good, I just try to keep my diet very lean and simple." 



Hailee fights for her figure. "It's something that I definitely enjoy," she told Byrdie about boxing. "One thing I love about it is that you don't necessarily need to be in a ring to do it. You don't have to be in a gym; you can be anywhere just with gloves and the pads—or not even the pads. You can do it anywhere, and that's perfect for me." Harvard Health maintains that boxing is a great way to build strength, improve balance, posture, hand-eye coordination, boost mood and endurance, and helps increase alertness. 

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