Addison Rae Flaunts Flat Abs in Swimsuit in Hawaii
Addison Rae continued steaming up the beaches of Hawaii over the weekend, flaunting her fabulous figure — including her rock hard abs — in a black bikini and neon green cover up. How does the 21-year-old stay in such phenomenal physical shape while maintaining her mental health? Read on to see 5 ways Addison Rae prioritizes her health 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 Does Hardcore HIIT Workouts
Addison doesn't mess around when it comes to fitness. The stunning star is one of the many celebs with a membership card to The Dogpound. Recently, the gym shared a video of one of her workout sessions, and it was no joke. As part of her intense regime she executed battle ropes, cable glute kickbacks, jumping jack slams and ankle weight kick backs like a boss. Read more about it here.
She Works Out with Pals
Addison is a big fan of the buddy system when it comes to fitness. In the past, her gym buddies have included ex boyfriend Bryce Hall and other pals, and during the pandemic, she even trained virtually Kourtney Kardashian.
She Focuses on Her Backside
Addison focuses a lot of her workout energy on her glutes. "I've done this butt workout so many times because it literally burns so bad but it's so good," the He's All That star told Kourtney during their workout video. Donkey kicks, fire hydrants and fire hydrant extensions on each leg for two circuits are part of her booty-blasting routine.
She's Very Active
Addison manages to stay extremely active, despite her busy work schedule. In addition to her regular workouts you can find her skateboarding, surfing, kayaking, kickboxing, and hiking.
Dancing is what made Addison famous, and it happens to be a seriously effective form of cardio. "Regardless of age, weight or athletic ability, aerobic activity is good for you. Aerobic activity has many health benefits, no matter your age. As your body adapts to regular aerobic exercise, you'll get stronger and fitter," says the Mayo Clinic. "Combined with a healthy diet, aerobic exercise helps you lose weight and keep it off."