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Jennie Garth In Black Workout Gear Is a "Weekend Warrior"

Her favorite 90s look is back.

Beverly Hills, 90210 star Jennie Garth is dedicated to her fitness routine—even on the weekends. Garth, 52, shared a video of herself wearing black leggings and a sports bra, doing an intense strength training session at the gym. "I know I know, it's Saturday. This is for my weekend warriors… We have to fit it in when we can because taking care of ourselves has to be top priority. Happy Saturday! I love you. 🖤JG," she captioned the post.  Here's how the 90s icon is thriving in her 50s.


Plant-Based Diet

Garth enjoys a mostly plant-based diet. "There are so many non-meat, non-dairy options available nowadays," she told Future of Personal Health. "You can get plant-based butter at most grocery stores now, and milk alternatives, like oat, almond, and cashew to name a few. Even if you don't think you'll like the taste, try it. You might be surprised."


Protecting Her Heart


Garth is especially concerned about health and wellness as her father had his first heart attack at just 37. "Not only did it drastically change my life circumstances, it educated me to the seriousness of the disease and the impact it has on not just the individual, but the whole family," she told Future of Personal Health


Return of 90s Fashion

Garth is thrilled 90s fashion is back in vogue. "I love high-waisted jeans, and I'm glad they're back. I never let go of maxi dresses or babydoll dresses with combat boots" she told First For Women. "That's another favorite look of mine. Beverly Hills, 90210 was one of the first times we really saw young women wearing menswear-inspired outfits. There were lots of blazers and vests, and I love that, too."


Confidence In Her 50s

Garth says she is not the same person she used to be. "I'm much more patient and more thoughtful," she told First For Women. "I try to control how I say things a lot more than I used to. I think every decade of a woman's life represents something different, and turning 50 really gave me confidence in myself. It's not about how I look. It's more of an internal confidence that goes with me wherever I go. It's not that I don't care as much what other people think, I just don't put so much weight on it."


Be Your Own Advocate

Garth makes sure to get herself checked out every year and encourages others to do the same. "So often insurance doesn't cover these kinds of exploratory visits," she told Future of Personal Health. "But trust me: If you are predisposed — if heart disease runs in your family or your numbers are high — it is worth it to seek out a cardiologist near you and get checked out. The fact is, you have one life, one body, one heart. So take care of it. Care enough about yourself and the people you love to take your own health seriously and be your own best advocate."

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