Dua Lipa in Sheer Dress Shows Off Flat Abs After Fashion Show
Dua Lipa has some of the best abs in town and she isn't shy about showing them off. The 26-year-old chart-topping singer put her marvelous midsection on display in designer duds over the weekend, rocking a coordinating skull and crossbones pattern top and skirt, and appeared as a model in Versace's Spring/Summer 2022 show at Milan Fashion Week. How does she maintain her fantastic figure—including those abs? Read on to see 5 ways Dua Lipa 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 Bikini Photos!
Her Workouts Are Quick But Intense
Hard and fast are two words describing Dua's approach to fitness. "It's high-intensity interval training, but it's so quick, it's over before it's even started," she explained to Vogue about her workouts. Each session involves 15-minutes of high-intensity interval training workouts, with lots of jumping jacks, mountain climbers, and burpees.
She Gets Her Exercise Done First Thing in the AM
Dua wakes up and hits the gym, exercising at 8:30am, so she is sure to get in a workout. "This is normally the time I give myself to work out," she explained to Refinery29. "Whether it's on Zoom, doing a workout with my friend Ella in L.A. who leads a kickass workout class called Sculpt With Ella, or with my best friend Bunny who comes over to train me on days when I'm feeling super lazy and need someone to get me motivated, getting physical really starts my day off right."
She Works Hard on Her Abs
Dua explained to Urban List that doing lots of ab work is the key to rock hard abs. "I think different variations of crunches like bicycle crunches are good. Leg raises are also great unless my back hurts. Planks are good although almost certainly my least favourite!" she said.
Variety Is Key
Dua does a lot of workouts in addition to HIT, revealing to Refinery29 that some of her favorites include yoga, Pilates, or strength training. "Whatever it is, I try to change it up every day to keep things interesting," she added to Urban List. "I like that it's definitely a full body workout. Since starting boxing, I've probably been in the best shape ever. It's also a great stress reliever."
She Doesn't Work Out Alone
Dua doesn't attempt to work out solo. "I would always be that person who made a new year's resolution, get a gym membership and then show up twice in the first week of January and then never go again," she told Urban List. "Now I love workout classes or working with a trainer. I feel like I'm pretty useless on my own, so I prefer being around other people working out with me."