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Addison Rae in Swimsuit Flaunts Curves By Rocks

Here’s how the TikTok star and actress stays in shape.

She's all that! TikTok star and actress Addison Rae is making the most out of the last few days of summer. Over the weekend the 20-year-old showed off her swerving curves in a purple and pink checkered string bikini, wearing the top upside down in her trademark style. "That's what I want," she captioned the photo of herself, posing in front of a rock. She also shared a photo of herself lounging on a cliff in front of the ocean, wearing the same bikini and a bucket hat. How does the He's All That star keep her curves toned? Read on to see 6 ways Addison Rae stays in shape and the photos that prove they work—and to get beach-ready yourself, don't miss these essential 30 Best-Ever Celebrity Bikini Photos!


She Works Out at The Dogpound

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Addison regularly trains at The Dogpound, where she completes strength and weight training workouts. In a recent video posted to the cult gym's Instagram account, she nails a hardcore workout doing including battle rops, cable glute kickbacks, jumping jack slams and ankle weight kickbacks like a pro. 


She Is a Fan of the (Workout) Buddy System

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Addison loves breaking a sweat with her pals, including BFF and He's All That costar Kourtney Kardashian. During the pandemic, the two shared a workout together virtually, revealing some of the exercises responsible for their fabulous figures.


She Focuses on Glute Work

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Baby got back, something she attributes to strenuous glute work. In her workout clip with Kourtney, she revealed the six-minute glute workout responsible for her famous backside.  "I've done this butt workout so many times because it literally burns so bad but it's so good," she told the Kourtney, perfectly executing donkey kicks, fire hydrants and fire hydrant extensions on each leg for two circuits.


She Is Active Outdoors

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In addition to regular gym workouts, Addison stays active with outdoor activities, including skateboarding, surfing, kayaking, and hiking. "Physical activity doesn't need to be complicated. Something as simple as a daily brisk walk can help you live a healthier life," says the Mayo Clinic. "For example, regular brisk walking can help you:

  • Maintain a healthy weight and lose body fat
  • Prevent or manage various conditions, including heart disease, stroke, high blood pressure, cancer and type 2 diabetes
  • Improve cardiovascular fitness."


She Also Does Kickboxing

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Want to get into fighting shape like Addison? Try kickboxing. Earlier this year she shared a photo of herself dressed for a workout at a studio showing off UFC moves. "Burn about 350-450 calories an hour as you punch, jab, and kick your way toward better balance, flexibility, coordination, and endurance. You'll slash stress, too," says WebMD. "You'll typically take a group class, usually an hour long, at a kickboxing studio, gym, or rec center. You won't be fighting anyone (unless you're doing kickboxing moves in a martial arts class), but you'll kick and jab at the air and punching bags."


And of Course, She Dances

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Dancing is a great cardio workout, and Addison does plenty of it. Just take a scroll through her TikTok feed to see the calorie-blasting moves that made her famous. "Regular aerobic exercise can help you live longer and healthier. After all, aerobic exercise can reduce health risks, keep excess pounds at bay, strengthen your heart and boost your mood. It can also reduce your risk of death from all causes," says the Mayo Clinic. "Healthy adults should aim for at least 150 minutes of moderate aerobic activity or 75 minutes of vigorous aerobic activity a week, or an equivalent combination of moderate and vigorous activity. That doesn't have to be all at one time, though. For example, brisk walking for 30 minutes, five days a week meets the guidelines. Aerobic exercise can even be done in short blocks of time, such as several walk breaks spread throughout the day. Any activity is better than none at all."

Leah Groth
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