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Kendall Jenner Shares Swimsuit Photo Touting "Peanuts and Beer"

Here are her top diet and fitness tips.

Kendall Jenner is living the lake life in her swimsuit. In one of her latest social media posts the supermodel shows off her famous figure in a bathing suit during a getaway with her friends. "Peanuts and beer," she captioned the Instagram post. How does the 27-year-old maintain her fit physique? Read on to see 6 of Kendall Jenner's top diet and fitness tips for staying in shape and the photos that prove they work.


Work Out in the Morning

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Kendall is all about a morning workout, getting her sweat sessions over with as soon as possible. "I prefer to work out in the morning," she told Harper's BAZAAR


Do Weight and Strength Training


Weight and strength training workouts are responsible for Kendall's toned body. "To stay toned, I do a lot of ab work with my trainer, Gunnar Peterson, and occasionally I'll take a kickboxing class," she told Harper's about her workouts. "People will find it hard to believe, that girl squats, dead-lifts and does pull-ups," Peterson added to Us Weekly in 2016. She does "a lot of sled-pushing, a lot of lateral banded work, up and down the track, and a lot of very high-intensity cardio intervals," he said, maintaining that she does some form of exercise "almost every day." There is one type of workout that Kendall loathes. "I hate cardio," she told The Thirty. "I'd rather just stand there and lift some weights than run in place. But I'll do it!"




Kendall occasionally cooks. Her go-to dish? Pasta. "I don't cook that much besides my standard eggs, avocado and toast breakfast, but when I do, I have a few super simple recipes that I consider my 'specialties'," she wrote in a post on her app titled The Dish I Cook for Dinner Better Than Anyone Else in 2017.


Indulge in Guilty Pleasures on Occasion


A few foods "will forever and always" make Kendall's cheat food list: "Twix, Justin's Peanut Butter, chips and guac, and hummus and carrots. See, pretty simple—just feed me and I'm ready to go!" she told The Thirty, adding that she loves "everything unhealthy. Pizza, fried chicken—everything."


Get Your Zen On


Transcendental meditation has been a game-changer for Kendall. "I kept hearing about meditating and was skeptical about it, but decided [to] just do it," she told Allure in 2019. "So I sat down for four days with a teacher and learned TM (Transcendental Meditation) and really dove into it, and I started to see such a difference in my mental health."


Get Enough Rest

"I have to sleep at least seven to eight hours to be fully awake for the next day, so I try to get to bed as soon as I can. I've trained myself to fall asleep anywhere possible, in the car or on a flight," Kendall told Harper's BAZAAR about the importance of rest.

Leah Groth
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