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Brooke Hogan in Bathing Suit Has "Happy Birthday"

Here is how the 34-year-old stays fit and healthy.

Happy birthday, Brooke Hogan! Hulk Hogan's daughter, star of Hogan Knows Best, star turned 34 on Cinco de Mayo, and her friends celebrated her special day by sharing photos and videos of the birthday girl in her swimsuit. How does the reality star, who has struggled with her weight over the years, keep herself fit and healthy? Read on to see 7 ways Brooke Hogan 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!


She Stays Consistent

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Brooke once revealed on Twitter that consistency is the key to staying in shape. "If we continue to improve on our health and appearance, how can it possibly decline? Staying consistent is our fountain of youth:)" she tweeted. 


She Does Twice a Days

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During an interview with Shed Your Weight, Brooke revealed her intense workout routine. She trains with her father six days per week in the morning, doing 30 minutes of cardio exercises and one hour of weight lifting, and lots of carbs. She also revealed on Twitter that occasionally she will hit the gym twice. "Feelin good, gymin' it 2x a day! Who else is bringin' sexy back?" she wrote. 


She Diets When She Wants to Lose Weight

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Brooke once revealed to OK! Magazine that she struggles with an ongoing battle against gaining weight. "I feel great at this weight, but I've started sticking to a diet again," she said. "I'm trying hard to get down even more. You need to keep to the old-school bodybuilder diet of eggs, fish, chicken, meat and broccoli."


She Loves Her Body No Matter Waht

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When asked by OK! If she felt comfortable in a bikini, she didn't hesitate to answer with self-love. "I do. I love my body," she said. "Thick or not, I'm firm. I don't have cellulite. I'm happy with how I am. People should know, I'm only doing the diet for the entertainment business. It's not really what you're supposed to look like in real life."


She Believes That Emotional Baggage Will Result in Weight Gain

If you want to lose weight, get rid of the extra emotional baggage in your life, says Brooke. "I wore these shorts in Key West a few months ago. They were tight. I had to tug them in all directions to get them on after drying them. Emotionally, ( and I won't say unconsciously because my gut WAS sending emergency flares ), I was basically pouring from my full cup of love, honesty, and devotion into someone else's empty cup constantly, not realizing I was neglecting myself in the process," she wrote. "This is a direct result of detaching from toxic relationships and low vibrational people. If your gut says something's off, (or is a little fluffier than usual), check your company. Who you let into your space is everything. Realign your vibe, and you'll find your tribe. So grateful for the ever constant awakening." 


She Does Yoga

Another workout Brooke loves? Yoga. Especially if goats are involved. "Still can't get over this absolutely incredible experience we had yesterday with little baby goats! So good for the soul! #goatyoga #fun #fit #healthy," she captioned this photo. 


She Eats Healthy

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"I eat whenever my body tells me I need something, but I try not to eat too late at night. If I do, no carbs," Brooke told Shed Your Weight. She tries to maintain a diet that is "super clean, all organic food" and "very healthy." She eats small meals and healthy snacks including almonds, walnuts, grapes, fruit, salad, tuna with low-fat mayo, LaraBar energy bar, organic mac and cheese, and low carb vanilla crackers.

Leah Groth
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