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Hailee Steinfeld Shows Off Figure in Black Crop Top

Here’s how the actress achieves her washboard abs.

Hailee Steinfeld is showing off her flat abs! The Dickinson star rocked a crop top and matching skirt for a photoshoot on Thursday, sharing the photos on social media. How does the 24-year-old maintain her fantastically fit figure? Read on for 6 of Hailee Steinfeld's top tips for staying 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!


Stay Active

Movement is key, per Hailee. "For me, it's really always been a matter of being physically active, not so much working out," she explained to Byrdie. "My number one thing, considering my crazy, crazy schedule, is that I try to devote at least 15 minutes a day to getting some sort of physical activity in, whether it's riding a bike, taking a walk, even just walking around in my backyard for 15 minutes—just something to get some fresh air and the blood pumping."


Exercise Is Key

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Hailee makes sure to get in her exercise, aiming for five workout sessions a week. Her trainer? Her father Pete. "If I'm in the gym, I'll switch it up between the elliptical, bike, treadmill, or swimming," she told OK! about her workouts. Her sessions consist of a combination of resistance work and cardio with circuit training and a whopping 3,000 crunches a day. 


Dance Off the Calories

"I have six eight-hour dance rehearsals and that's where I get my workout in. Dance is definitely my workout of choice because I love the fact that it never really feels like I'm working out. Before I know it, hours have gone by, and I'm sweating and feel great," she told Byrdie. 


Keep Your Diet Simple But Healthy


Hailee explained to Byrdie that she is "getting more and more into" nutrition. "I think as I get older, I can appreciate more of what I put into my body. I'm more aware of it. Especially, again, being on the road is such a hard way of living when it comes to nutrition because it will be super late at night, and you'll realize hours have gone by and you haven't eaten, and then there's a drive-through, so you go through it. It's hard. When I'm good, I just try to keep my diet very lean and simple," she said. 


Try Boxing

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Hailee recently took up boxing. "It's something that I definitely enjoy," she told Byrdie. "One thing I love about it is that you don't necessarily need to be in a ring to do it. You don't have to be in a gym; you can be anywhere just with gloves and the pads—or not even the pads. You can do it anywhere, and that's perfect for me."


Find Stress Relieving Workouts

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A great way to get into fitness is to find an activity that makes you feel good. "Just going for a run and getting fresh air, even if it's a walk. Ninety percent of the time I can't work out unless I have music. And that 10 percent or maybe even 5 percent is when I just need fresh air, silence, or the birds and everything nature," she explained to Hello Giggles. "I've always had a pretty healthy relationship to fitness," she added to OK!. "For me, it's always been about feeling good first and looking good second," she added. 

Leah Groth
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