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Lisa Rinna in Bathing Suit Says "I'm 58"

Here’s how she stays fit.

Lisa Rinna looks great at 58! "Paulina Porizkova posted a photo of herself in a bikini and she was called old and ugly for doing so," she captioned a new swimsuit photo. "Well I'm 58 and here is my 'old and ugly.'" She looked anything but. ("I get comments like these every time I post a photo of my body," Porizkova said of the trolls. "This is the ageist shaming that sets my teeth on edge….To perceive beauty you have to be able to SEE. This is why I believe we get more beautiful with age. We have earned our beauty, we understand what it is, and we can see it so much better. There is no such thing as ugly and old. Only shortsighted and ignorant.") How does Rinna stay so fit? Read on to see 5 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 Bathing Suit Photos!


She is a Yoga Devotee

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"What I have found now and what I have evolved into really is yoga," she told OWN. "I have a really strong yoga practice, and for my body type, that really works." "Yoga has been my life savior for the 26 years I've been practicing now," she told Us Weekly. "Practicing yoga has been the most helpful in keeping myself grounded and somewhat sane."


She Stays Consistent

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"For me, staying in shape has always been a part of my life and it's all about consistency," Rinna told OWN. "I started working out at a very young age. I started playing competitive tennis, and I've worked out my whole life. For me, working out is like brushing my teeth."


She Walks

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"I can walk and walk and walk for miles," she wrote. "Sometimes, I will use the gym in my hotel but if I am in a big city like NYC, I just walk. The time flies by because there is always something exciting going on around me and before you know it, I've covered five miles." "Walking can help you achieve or maintain a healthy weight. Depending on factors such as your weight and your walking speed, you may be able to burn up to 150 or more calories during each 30-minute walk. If you want to lose weight, consider this: Burning at least 250 calories a day with physical activity — without changing the number of calories in your diet — can help you lose up to a half-pound (0.2 kilograms) a week," says the Mayo Clinic.


She Likes Spin Class

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Rinna has done SoulCycle. "Don't make the dreaded mistake of showing up in running shorts or heavy sweats; there's no better way to make your ride unbearable. Opt instead for bike shorts, preferably padded ones like most outdoor cyclists wear. While this won't eliminate the possibility of chaffing and discomfort altogether, it helps a lot," says ACE Fitness.


She Launched a Beauty Line

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"We started Rinna Beauty from scratch, and it was something I had tried to do over and over again for 15 years, and I just never could do it," Lisa said to Buzzfeed News. "I kept trying to make a deal with people and then it would fall through, and I just didn't think it was going to be on the cards for me — to launch a beauty line." She added: "I have learned a lot about tenacity, patience, tenacity, patience, over and over again, and you know, not just giving up on something that you truly believe in."

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