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Kehlani in Workout Gear Shares New Gym Selfie

She shared the video clip via TikTok.

Kehlani is getting her sweat on – in her workout clothes. In a new social media post, the singer, who goes by the pronouns she/they, flaunts her amazing body during an exercise session. She shared the video clip via TikTok. How does the singer, 28, approach diet and exercise? Here is everything you need to know about her lifestyle habits. 




In an interview, Kehlani explained that "food justice" is an important cause to her, adding that she hopes to "make it cool to be healthy." She also revealed that she is a vegetarian and doesn't eat any meat or dairy. 



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In 2022, Kehlani overhauled her approach to health. "Fitness has changed my life in the last year," she wrote in a since-deleted Instagram post. "The gym has become something beyond a goal for my physical well-being. It's an absolute nonnegotiable for my inner wellness!"


Ab Work


no dayzzzz off 😶‍🌫️ #kehlani #fyp

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After being accused of getting plastic surgery, the singer revealed that doing ab work for two years straight was responsible for her six-pack. "Ab etching is absolutely insane when I literally have posted in the gym everyday for the past TWO YEARS and in the past months with an entire weighted vest on," she commented on plastic surgery accustations. "I always wanted to work out so hard that the entire comments in a blog post is surgery accusations."


No More Plastic Surgery


Kehlani has also been open about having her breast implants removed. "I spoke about having breast implant illness YEARS ago and have never and WILL never be getting a fucking cosmetic surgery ever again in my entire life. ever. I worked for this," they added. However, the singer added she has no problem with others going under the knife. "Do whatever u want to ur bodies as long as it's safe," she added in the Instagram Story. 


Kettlebell Workouts

In a TikTok video, Kehlani shows off one of her workout routines, which involves a kettlebell. In an interview with our sister site, The Body Network, Nikolai Puchlov, Head Coach & Founder, Pro Kettlebell, explained that they are high intensity, low impact and can burn a lot of calories in a short time. And, like other forms of strength and weight training, you continue to burn more calories post workout than other cardio-based forms, due to post-exercise oxygen consumption. Puchlov adds that they help strengthen your muscles and joints and "provides cardio benefits at the same time."

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