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Cindy Crawford in Bathrobe Lounges With Daughter Kaia Gerber 

Here is how the supermodels stay so healthy and fit

Cindy Crawford and her daughter Kaia Gerber are mommy-and-me supermodels! The 55-year-old icon shared an intimate moment with her daughter on Thursday, sharing an image of the duo sipping coffee in their bathrobes prior to an Omega press event in San Francisco. In the image, the genetically blessed duo flashed their famous legs and megawatt smiles. "SF with my girl," Crawford captioned it. What are some of the ways both Gerber gals prioritize health and wellness? Read on to see 7 ways Cindy Crawford and Kaia Gerber stay 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!


Cindy Works Out Three Times a Week

Daily workouts aren't essential for Cindy. "I work out with my trainer, Sarah Hagaman, three mornings a week,"  she told Shape. "We do circuit training for the whole body using weights, some machines, and my own body weight with lunges and squats. We usually do about 10 minutes of weights and then a five-minute cardio segment. Right now we are into running stairs, but we switch it up. We repeat the 10-minute weight and five-minute cardio at least three times and then we finish up with abs and stretching. If I can squeeze in a hike or bike ride with my husband or a girlfriend during the week, that's just a bonus!"


Kaia Works Out at The Dogpound

Kaia gets her sweat on at the celebrity endorsed gym, The Dogpound. In a March 2021 post by the gym, the model enjoys a sweat session with Bachelor contestant Kit Keenan, who hold hands while executing a series of knee raises and arabesques while holding kettlebells and balancing on yoga hemisphere balls.  Gliding side lunges, side plank crunches, walking squats with resistance bands around thighs and feet, forward and backward jumps using resistance bands, crunches and leg lifts on hemisphere balls, and leg lifts and extensions done while wearing ankle weights are a few of the other moves the duo complete during the grueling session. 


Cindy Takes Workout Classes

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Cindy is into group fitness and takes S Factor pole dancing studio in LA. "[It's] so much fun to do with a group of friends," she told InStyle. "They keep it really dark, so it's almost impossible to feel embarrassed." Hiking is also an active pastime of hers. "Once a week, I try to go on a hike with a friend so I combine exercise and girlfriend time—it's the best multitasking," she added to The Cut.


Kaia Loves Carbs


 In a 2018 interview with Harper's Bazaar, Kaia revealed that her diet involves a lot of carbs and guilty pleasures. "I'm passionate about breakfast. I wake up hungry, so I always eat a bagel," she said. Some of her other favorite foods include steak tacos, banana splits, and pasta. "I don't go a day without eating pasta. Penne with vodka sauce is my all-time favorite and is actually one of the things I know how to prepare myself."


Cindy Avoids Processed Foods


Cindy eats primarily whole foods. "Diet-wise, I don't eat crap, and I don't eat a lot of packaged foods," she told Into The Gloss. "On a typical weekday I usually have a protein shake for breakfast because it's fast—I need to get the kids out the door… For lunch I'll have salad, sometimes with chicken, sometimes without. For dinner we'll go for sushi, or if we eat at home I'll try to make a meal like turkey meatballs with pasta, a salad, and a vegetable."


Kaia Maintains Balance

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Kaia's approach to health is all about balance.. "Staying in shape is definitely something I think about, but I don't let it get in the way. I'm active, but I'm not just going to wake up and go to the gym and not eat pizza. If there's pizza or if there's ice cream, I'm going to eat it," she told Byrdie in 2019.


Cindy Prioritizes Hydration

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Cindy drinks a ton of water. "I also drink three bottles of water during the day, except for when I'm on location, as the bathroom could be 10 minutes away," she told Harper's Bazaar. Green tea, green tea lattes, and a shake she makes at home with a cup of almond milk, a cup of spinach, a handful of fresh mint, two scoops of Billy Merritt's Infinity Greens, and protein powder, are also drinks-of-choice.


Kaia Makes Sure to Get Enough Sleep


With her busy work and travel schedule, Kaia makes sure to get enough rest and also self-care time. "Sleep is very important when you're traveling a lot to get your body clock on the time zone that you're in. I also like to spend time with my family. I don't want the distance to create space in the relationships that I have, so I try to keep in touch with them," she told Byrdie. 

Leah Groth
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