Kendall Jenner in Bathing Suit Wears Pink Cowboy Hat
Kendall Jenner certainly knows how to get everyone's attention! During a bachelorette party weekend with her pals, the 25-year-old shared a photo highlighting her flat abs and fantastic figure in a swimsuit—while promoting her 818 tequila brand. How does the model keep herself so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Kendall Jenner 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 Has a Disciplined Approach to Her Health
Kendall takes staying in shape very seriously. "I worked out so hard for that, like, literally every single day — sometimes twice," she told People about how she prepped for one of the Victoria's Secret Fashion Shows she has walked in. "I'd go to my trainer, then I'd go for a run a couple hours later."
She Focuses On Cardio Strength Training
Kendall focuses mainly on old school strength training and cardio. She has worked out with Gunnar Peterson and also Revenge Body and Beach Body trainer Autumn Calabrese, who revealed to Us that the model does hour-long workouts three to four times a week.
She Eats Healthy
Kendall maintains a healthy diet the majority of the time. However, she does have one go-to cheat food: Fritos Chili Cheese. "Ever since I was a kid [they're] the only chips that I truly love and will eat all the time. They're really bomb," she told People.
She Also Loves to Run
What is Kendall's favorite form of cardio? "I love running outside," Kendall revealed to People. "You can go on a run on a treadmill but it's really not the same. I used to be the most athletic kid. I was always outside. I was super outdoorsy running around in the mud and doing that kind of stuff. I don't do that ever [now]. You're always like stuck inside, you're always in a gym, or you're always in your phone or whatever. So to actually to get outside and run outside … I enjoy it."
She Knows How to Self-Motivate
Kendall has a unique way of motivating herself to move. "Sometimes when I'm watching TV, I think to myself, 'I should be doing crunches and sit-ups right now,'" she wrote on her no-longer-active blog per Byrdie. "Then I get off the couch and do it."