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Lisa Rinna in Swimsuit Flaunts Rock Hard Abs

Here’s how the star stays so incredibly fit 

Lisa Rinna celebrated her abfab figure in honor of throwback Thursday! The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star, 58, shared a fun photo on her Instagram account this week of herself and husband, Harry Hamlin, showing off their swimsuit bodies during a walk on the beach. "Mom and dad," she captioned the snap, which highlighted her chiseled, washboard abs. How has the actress-slash-reality star managed to maintain her fit figure over the years? Read on to see 6 ways Lisa Rinna 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!


She Is Constantly Moving

July 12, 2009: Lisa Rinna and husband Harry Hamlin photographed taking a stroll on the beach in Malibu, California.Credit: The Media Circuit/ Ref.: infusla-133

Lisa is incredibly active, which not only helps keep her in physical shape but mental as well. "I'm always doing something. I just do because I feel better," she explained to OWN. "If I feel better, I'm nicer. If I'm nicer, my life goes better."


She Is All About Workout Videos

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Lisa has been a fan of workout videos since she was a kid. "When I was 16, I discovered jazzercise. And I thought it was the greatest thing since peanut butter and jelly," she revealed to Parade. Jane Fonda also helped rev her heartbeat "Oh, God. I loved that so much." In 2008, Lisa joined the ranks of workout video queens with her very own, called Dance Body Beautiful.


She Is a "Dirty Vegan"


Lisa maintains a mostly plant-based diet. "I tend to call myself a dirty vegan," she told People. "I'm mostly plant-based—but if I do need to eat some meat, I'll have it."


It's All About Moderation

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While she eats healthy most of the time, she isn't afraid of noshing on a burger. "I don't love to use the word diet because if I do, I'll just want to eat 10 times more," she explained to People. "Moderation is key."


Consistency Is Key

For Lisa, exercise and healthy living isn't a passing trend. "For me, staying in shape has always been a part of my life, and it's all about consistency," Lisa told OWN. "I've worked out my whole life."


She Makes Exercise Fun

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"My one piece of advice though is finding more than one form of exercise that you love to do and then mixing it up," she wrote in a blog on her website. "One day do the Pilates, and then the next day you play tennis. Maybe you can even incorporate a Friday night salsa dancing class with your girlfriends!"


Leah Groth
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