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Addison Rae and Kourtney Kardashian in Bathing Suits are "Still Friends"

Here’s how they stay so fit.

Addison Rae and Kourtney Kardashian are palling around – in their pink swimsuits. The famous friends show off their incredible bodies in matching bathing suits (with Kourt flaunting her baby bump!) in one of their latest social media posts. "Still friends," Kourtney captioned the series of photos. How do they stay so fit? Read on to see 8 ways Kourtney Kardashian and Addison Rae stay in shape and the photos that prove they work.


Kourtney Does Cleanses


Kourtney does cleanses. "So, I'm doing this Ayurvedic cleanse right now," she told Bustle. "It's called Panchakarma. You can't eat anything cold; you can't drink anything cold. It's for 12 days. No sex. No working out. It's crazy." The practice supposedly balances energy to promote health. "It actually made everything better," she said. "Like, if you can't have caffeine when you have your first matcha, it's so good."


Addison Hydrates

Addison makes sure to hydrate. "I have a list of things like drinking a gallon of water a day," she told StyleCaster. "It's really hard." She loves Amazon's under $20 Fidus water bottle, which holds a gallon of water and shows you how much you need to drink. "It has motivational sayings to keep you on track," she said about the bottle, which she discovered on TikTok. "A lot of fitness stuff I've gotten is from TikTok," she noted. According to the Mayo Clinic, hydration is important for a variety of reasons. Water helps get rid of waste through urination, perspiration, and bowel movements, keeps your temperature normal, lubricates and cushions joints, and helps protect sensitive tissues.


Kourtney Eats as Plant-Based as Possible


Kourtney follows a primarily plant-based diet. "I've been on a health and wellness journey for the past 13 years, which has made me super conscious of what I put into my body and my kids' bodies. I'm not fully vegan, but Travis has helped me keep to a mostly plant-based diet," she told Harper's Bazaar.


Addison Does Mini Workouts

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Addison does mini workouts. "I've been trying to workout every day for at least 15 minutes. That doesn't entail a crazy workout every day, but it's 15 minutes of some type of exercise like walking or running or stretching, yoga, things like that. I feel like you never see results until you start and that's what's been motivating me. Exercise helps you so much more than just externally. It opens your mind," she told StyleCaster. 


Kourtney Drinks Water When She Is Hungry

"Whenever I notice that I'm feeling bloated or like I need to step up [my body] or something, it's always because I'm not drinking enough water. When I step up the water, I'll instantly lose like two pounds in one day," Kourtney told Byrdie. "Half the time when you're hungry, you're really thirsty. I eat constantly throughout the day, so I'm not saying don't eat and just drink water, but I notice I eat less just because I'm so full from the water."


Addison Works Out with Friends

Addison, who trains at The Dogpound, makes exercise a group activity. Not only does she take workout classes (including Pilates) with pals, but during the pandemic, she virtually exercised with pal Kourtney during the pandemic. 


Kourtney Orders Health Food When Dining Out

"When I go to a restaurant…if I'm really trying to be good, the hardest part is ordering the food," Kourtney explained in a video on Poosh. "Once it comes, you're going to be happy with it. Even if you order vegetable soup, it's still going to taste good once it comes. Obviously, you'd rather order the French fries and a burger, but it's just about making the wise order, and once it arrives, you're going to be fine."


Addison Maintains an Active Lifestyle

Engaging in a diverse range of physical activities, Addison enjoys numerous benefits by keeping herself in constant motion. Skateboarding strengthens her balance, coordination, and core muscles while fostering creativity and a sense of adventure. Surfing allows her to connect with nature, building resilience, and enhancing her cardiovascular fitness. Kayaking provides a full-body workout, promoting upper body strength and improving mental well-being through the serenity of water exploration. Kickboxing empowers Addison with self-defense skills, stress relief, and improved cardiovascular endurance. Finally, hiking connects her with the great outdoors, boosting cardiovascular health, reducing stress, and inspiring a deeper appreciation for the beauty of nature. Overall, these activities contribute to Addison's physical fitness, mental well-being, and zest for life.

Leah Groth
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