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Kate Ferdinand in Bathing Suit Has "90s Vibes"

Here are the WAG’s top do’s and don’ts for staying in shape. 

Kate Ferdinand is taking her followers on a swimwear fashion flashback! The former TOWIE star flaunts her famous figure in a brown swimsuit and white pants via her latest Instagram post. "90s vibes," she captioned a video clip. While she linked out to her outfit details, most of her fans were more interested in her body! How does the 30-year-old mother-of-one keep herself fit? Read on to see 8 of Kate Ferdinand's top do's and don'ts 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!


Don't Work Out Alone

Kate suggests finding a workout buddy. Who is her sweat session partner? Her husband, the famous soccer/football player Rio Ferdinand. During the pandemic the two even hosted workouts on their Ferdinand Fitness YouTube channel, revealing easy at-home workouts to stay in shape. "For added strength, free weights can be a plus. Select a variety of sizes ― from 2 pounds to 20 pounds ― that allow you to work your way up for a challenge. Depending on the style, these weights or dumbbells could be stored under a bed or in a closet. Kettlebells also are becoming popular. Grab one and curl your way through a commercial break if you are watching TV, or use them in the morning to help wake you up," says the Mayo Clinic.


Do Have Meals Delivered

Kate loves HelloFresh, which she started using after her son was born. "Dinner done, Courtesy of @hellofreshuk. We've been using Hello Fresh for the last few months and it has made our lives and meals so much easier, especially with a new baby!"


Do Activities with Your Family

Kate suggests maintaining an active lifestyle, incorporating your family into your fitness sessions. One of the Ferdinand family go-tos? Bike rides. "Fun morning cycling with the fam," she captioned this snap. 


Do Try Rowing

Kate is all about rowing, using the Hydrow rowing machine in the comfort of her own home.  "Action shot…" she captioned this Instagram photo of one of her workouts. What is so great about rowing? It works almost every muscle in the body and is easy on the joints. And, with the help of a rowing machine that provides workouts, you can get a great cardio workout with strength training exercises as well. 


Don't Just Exercise for Your Body

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Don't overlook the mental health benefits of sweat sessions, according to Kate. "I'm a lot more relaxed than people think," she explained to The Daily Star about her workout approach. "Everyone thinks I'm this regimented person who has to go to the gym at 4am every day but I'm not. I love working out, I love feeling active and it's really good for my mind, but I also have a day off and I don't beat myself up about it. I don't cry if I don't do it."


Do HIIT Workouts

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Kate loves HIIT workouts. "I work out four or five times a week, doing a mixture of ­high-intensity interval training and weights ­depending on how I am feeling. I do squats and lunges and I feel my bum is getting there – it's a work in progress," she revealed to The Daily Star. 


Don't Neglect Your Abs

If you want flat abs a la Kate, put in the work. "At the end of every workout, I do an ab ­finisher, which has five ab exercises – 20 of each so 100 in total. I think the best one is the bicycle crunch, which is good for the ­obliques on the side of your body," she told The Daily Star.


Do This Ab Workout

Kate recently shared an "Ab Blast " series, with many exercises involving the use of a small medicine ball. "Aim for 20 reps each exercise & repeat. If that's too much take it down to 10 or 15," she suggested. "Let me know how you get on."

Leah Groth
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