Addison Rae in Bathing Suit Stuns in New Selfie
Addison Rae—social media star and lead of He's All That—is the queen of online and a selfie master. In Rae's most recent Instagram story, she posed in front of the mirror wearing a white bathing suit. How does she stay so fit and healthy? Read on to see 5 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 Bathing Suit Photos!
Rae tells Glamour that while she might not be a big fan of running, she still does it to stay in shape. "I hate running… But it's so good for you." "Being active and engaging in regular aerobic exercise is important for overall heart health and wellness. Typically, 30 minutes of moderate intensity activity five days a week is recommended for most healthy adults. Running is a simple, low-cost exercise, and you should be commended for starting a new exercise regimen," says the Mayo Clinic.
She Does Pilates
Rae says to Glamour that she is a big fan of doing Pilates, and that her good friend, Kourtney Kardashian, helped get her into it. "The best wellness hack I've learned from Kourtney is probably, working out and doing Pilates. I feel like I really started getting into pilates whenever I was working out with Kourtney."
She Works Out With Friends
As Rae says to Glamour, she's a big fan of working out with her friend, Kourtney Kardashian. The two of them have even done a workout video together on YouTube. Rae has also been seen going to the gym with her friends.
She Loves Being Creative
Rae is known for her following on TikTok, specifically her impressive dance moves. Naturally, Rae loves to be creative, and even tells Glamour that it empowers her. "I feel most empowered when I'm doing things that I love to do. So dancing, singing, being creative. I feel very empowered when I'm being creative."
She Takes Her Mother's Advice
Rae tells Glamour that she's close with her mother, and that her mother has given her great advice throughout her career. "The best lesson I've learned from my mother is probably to not be afraid to be who you are because that is simply who you are and don't let people take that away from you. I think people especially nowadays try and convince everyone that they need to be the same, perfect, great all the time and that no one makes mistakes."