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Addison Rae in Bathing Suit Enjoys Tropical Getaway with the "Girls"

Here’s how the TikTok’er stays fit. 

Addison Rae is enjoying a tropical getaway with her gal pals! The TikTok star flaunted her fabulous figure in a swimsuit while hanging out on the beach with friends. "Girls," she captioned her Instagram Story. How does she maintain her fantastic physique? Read on for 8 of Addison Rae's top tips for staying in shape and the photos that prove they work—and to get beach-ready yourself, don't miss these essential 30 Best-Ever Celebrity Bathing Suit Photos!


Work Out Hard

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Addison prioritizes fitness, training at The Dogpound. Her workout of choice? Rigorous, HIIT style workouts. Last year the celeb mecca gym recently shared a clip from one of her workouts. In it, she does battle ropes, cable glute kickbacks, jumping jack slams, and ankle weight kickbacks like a pro. 


Find a Workout Buddy

Addison is a big fan of the workout buddy system. A few of her famous fitness pals include Hailey Bieber and her He's All That co-star Kourtney Kardashian.


Focus on Your Glutes

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Want a booty like Addison? Do lots of glute work. "I've done this butt workout so many times because it literally burns so bad but it's so good," she explained to Kourtney during a virtual workout video the two filmed during the pandemic. In it, she does donkey kicks, fire hydrants and fire hydrant extensions on each leg for two circuits.


Maintain an Active Lifestyle


Addison maintains an active lifestyle. Skateboarding, surfing, kayaking, kickboxing, and hiking are just a few of her favorite activities. "Exercise can help prevent excess weight gain or help maintain weight loss. When you engage in physical activity, you burn calories. The more intense the activity, the more calories you burn," says the Mayo Clinic. "Regular trips to the gym are great, but don't worry if you can't find a large chunk of time to exercise every day. Any amount of activity is better than none at all. To reap the benefits of exercise, just get more active throughout your day — take the stairs instead of the elevator or rev up your household chores. Consistency is key."



Dance is also a big part of Addison's life. "The guidelines recommend at least 150 minutes of moderate aerobic activity or 75 minutes of vigorous aerobic activity a week, or a combination of moderate and vigorous activity. But even small amounts of physical activity are helpful. Being active for short periods of time throughout the day can add up to provide health benefits," says the Mayo Clinic.


Do Pilates

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Addison hits her pilates studio on a regular basis and has been spotted leaving the low impact exercise classes more than once. "A Pilates class will strengthen your core muscles–abdominal and spinal. This will improve your balance and coordination, as well as your posture. Having a strong core improves every move you make because all movements start from the body's core.  Pilates classes can help to relieve back pain and prevent injury. Exercises are performed laying on your back, your stomach, your side and also seated," explains the Mayo Clinic.


Drink Water

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Addison is all about hydration. "I have a list of things like drinking a gallon of water a day," she told StyleCaster. "It's really hard."She is a fan of 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.


Do Quick Workouts Daily

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Addison is a big fan of 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. 

Leah Groth
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