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Heather Rae El Moussa In Pink Workout Gear Shows Off Dance Moves

“Be nice guys!”

Selling Sunset star Heather Rae El Moussa is still working on her dancing skills, judging by a new social media update. El Moussa, 36, shared a video of herself wearing pink shorts and a matching sports bra, making some moves at the gym. "Putting the 'werk' in twerk, is it getting better?? 😂 Rate it in the comments. Be nice guys 😆," she captioned the post. "Love this! 😍" Maya Vander commented. Here's how El Moussa is living her best life.


Vegan Diet

El Moussa follows a vegan diet. "You can be overweight and be a vegan; you can be malnourished and be a vegan," cardiologist Jeffrey Soble, MD, tells Rush University. "Whatever your diet choice, you have to know which foods to avoid and which foods to seek out. Refined grains, sweets and junk food are troublemakers for everyone, not just vegans. And vegans and nonvegans alike can fall into the habit of making these items the mainstays of their diet."


She Lifts Weights


El Moussa lifts weights and does resistance training at the gym. "Before beginning strength training, consider warming up with brisk walking or another aerobic activity for five or 10 minutes," says the Mayo Clinic. "Cold muscles are more prone to injury than are warm muscles."


Personal Trainer Sessions

El Moussa has regular sessions with personal trainer Paulina Stein. "When shopping around for a personal trainer, we recommend hiring a trainer who has an online presence," Mark E. Jones, MS, ACSM-EP, TSAC-F, and Daniel G. Graetzer, PhD, tell American Public University. "For instance, that personal trainer should have a website which shows the degrees and current certifications of the trainer, as well as client photos, videos, and testimonials. This information allows a potential client to get an idea of the personal trainer's training style and understand the benefits of hiring that trainer."


She's a Prepper

El Moussa loves prepping her own meals so she always has a healthy lunch on hand. "Being hungry and realizing you have nothing planned is undoubtedly stressful," says Corewell Health. "Instead of standing in front of your fridge or pantry deciding what to whip up, you can have your healthy meal ready in minutes. This also saves you the hassle of cleaning up after cooking."


Regular Date Nights


El Moussa and husband Tarek El Moussa make time for regular date nights. "Spending quality time together without distractions boosts connection," says Kari Rusnak, MA, LPC,CMHC Bia, to Psychology Today. "It can be rare for us to give our partners our full attention without being distracted by kids, work, chores, or our phones. On a date night the focus is on each other and the activity you do together. It's helpful to put your phones away during the date as well."

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