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K. Michelle in Two-Piece Workout Gear Sings Country Song

Here’s how she stays in shape.

Michelle is a successful singer. She also hosted the Lifetime program, My Killer Body. Michelle previewed a new song on her Instagram this week. She captioned the post, "ID RATHER FALL INTO A STRANGERS ARMS,THAN FALL APART✍🏽🌻🎤 'Where The night goes' from new album. 'OUTLAW MUSIC' ❤️ I heard yall said no auto tune cause you like it rough. raw doggin @kimberlyispuddin is Kountry time." How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways K. Michelle stays in shape and the photos that prove they work.


She Wants To Raise Awareness

In an interview with Black Health Matters, Michelle talked about why she did her show, My Killer Body. She says that she wanted to raise awareness of side effects of plastic surgery. "There are several people who've gone through this who are just starting to feel the effects of it," she explained. "You even have women who recently had this procedure and are feeling the effects right away. You only see the beauty, and you only see the stories…after they have Photoshopped their body to death, on top of the surgery. What I wanted to do was speak the whole truth and nothing but the truth about it."


She's Confident

Michelle is all about having confidence in herself. She told Black Health Matters, "I feel hopeful, and I feel happy to be healthy and able to function. I think that brings another beauty within itself. I think I got a grown woman on me, and I think that is beautiful. So I'm in a good place with how I feel about myself."


She Does Research


Michelle wants people to do research before having procedures done. "I am for whatever you want to do with your body," she told Black Health Matters. "It is a thing we must do called research, and even within research, we can still decide that we don't expect the outcome. That is just surgery, and it's something you just have to be mentally be prepared for and understand. Know your medical history and what you're going through. How does your body react to different things before going under the knife? It is really a self-study. It's nothing quick that you should just up and do. Just like you research when you want to buy a car, you should definitely research what you're going to do with your life and your body because you only get one."


She Dances

Michelle is an avid dancer. She shared this video on Instagram of herself practicing choreography for her tour. states that dance has a lot of benefits. "Physically, dancing is a great body conditioner, even if done on a near-weekly basis. If done on a regular basis, such as two to three times a week, it becomes quite a beneficial activity. It will increase that mid-afternoon stamina needed on the job, it will develop that circulatory 'second-heart', strengthen your legs, and will generally tone the body over-all. As mentioned before, walking and body movement become easier, more balanced, and more fluid, with greater flexibility in axis of movement."


She Spends Time With Horses

Michelle is an animal lover. She's a big fan of horses. In this Instagram post, Michelle is seen petting a horse. According to The American Heart Association, horses and riding have a lot of benefits. "Riding a horse for 45 minutes at a walk, trot and canter can burn up to 200 calories," said Dr. Dennis Sigler, a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service horse specialist and professor in the department of animal science at Texas A&M University in College Station. "If you do something a bit more strenuous such as cutting or reining, that can come out to nearly seven calories per minute for the entire length of the riding period."

Anna Bechtel
Anna Bechtel is a freelance writer currently based in Hamden, CT. Read more
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