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Lisa Rinna in Black Tank Top Dances to Miley Cyrus

Here are the health habits that keep her fit at 60.

Lisa Rinna can buy herself Flowers! In a new social media post the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star shows off her sexy-at-60 body while grooving to Miley Cyrus' Grammy award winning song. "OK this is a first- I did it twice. 🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸 @mileycyrus felt right. BIG congrats Miley!!!" she captioned the Instagram post. "so fosse. get back on bway❤️" commented one of her followers. "You are so authentically you! I love you for that!" added another. How does the actress look half her age? Celebwell has the details on her exercise habits. 


She Exercises to "Feel Better"

"I'm always doing something. I just do because I feel better," Lisa told OWN. "If I feel better, I'm nicer. If I'm nicer, my life goes better." Her favorite workout? "When I was 16, I discovered jazzercise. And I thought it was the greatest thing since peanut butter and jelly," she added to Parade. She is also a fan of old school Jane Fonda workout videos. "Oh, God. I loved that so much."


She Eats as Plant-Based As Possible


Lisa does eat some animal products, but she tries to fill her plate with produce. "I tend to call myself a dirty vegan," she told People. "I'm mostly plant-based—but if I do need to eat some meat, I'll have it."


It's "All About Consistency"

"For me, staying in shape has always been a part of my life, and it's all about consistency," Lisa told OWN. "I've worked out my whole life." She also avoids using one word.  "I don't love to use the word diet because if I do, I'll just want to eat 10 times more," she explained to People. "Moderation is key."


She Mixes Up Her Workouts

"My one piece of advice though is finding more than one form of exercise that you love to do and then mixing it up," Lisa explained on her website. "One day do the Pilates, and then the next day you play tennis. Maybe you can even incorporate a Friday night salsa dancing class with your girlfriends!"


She Gets Her Zen On

Lisa loves yoga. "I have a really strong yoga practice. For my body type, that really works, and then I throw in a SoulCycle class or a hike… It's been the most helpful in keeping myself grounded and somewhat sane," Lisa said in an interview. "Researchers found that people who practiced yoga for at least 30 minutes once a week for at least four years, gained less weight during middle adulthood," Harvard Health revealed about a study on yoga. "People who were overweight actually lost weight. Overall, those who practiced yoga had lower body mass indexes (BMIs) compared with those who did not practice yoga. Researchers attributed this to mindfulness. Mindful eating can lead to a more positive relationship with food and eating."

Leah Groth
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