Lori Harvey Shows Off Washboard Abs During Hardcore Workout
If you want Lori Harvey's body, you are going to have to work for it. On Tuesday, the 24-year-old's hardcore workout was revealed via a Instagram video shared by The Dogpound, the celeb workout haven where she trains. In the clip, Steve Harvey's spawn executes everything from pull ups to squats, flaunting her flat abs in a crop top and leggings. What else does she do to look so incredibly fit? Read on to see 5 ways Lori Harvey 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 Does Strength Training
Lori is a fan of strength training. "I usually try to switch it up and do more cardio some days and more strength training on others," the Pretty Little Thing ambassador revealed in an interview with their blog. Her typical workout starts with a five minute warmup, followed by a few circuits of strength training, "either lower or upper body depending on what day it is and I always finish with ab work," she said.
Her Kitchen Is Stocked with Healthy Eats
Lori sets herself up for success by keeping healthy food on hand. "I always keep some fruit around, I love strawberries and pomegranates. Lots of water. And some type of breakfast foods like eggs or oatmeal," she said.
She Also Boxes
One of the ways that Lori stays in fighting form is via boxing. She has shared a few videos on her social media account of boxing sessions at The Dogpound.
She Does Pilates
She also told Pretty Little Thing that incorporate Pilates into her workout rotation. "We had the booty band on the entire time," she told Bustle in an interview, conducted right after one of her classes. "I just feel muscles working that I didn't even know I had, but that is what I'm really into right now.")
She Loves Riding Horses
Lori was a competitive equestrian for many years and still enjoys riding. "It's very freeing. My mind constantly is going at a million things 24/7; it's hard for me to shut my brain down. When I'm on a horse, literally that is all I'm thinking about: me in that moment and me and that horse. You have to be very in tune to the horse and what's going on, and picking up on them and the environment, and making sure there's not anything around that could maybe spook them or scare them," she told Bustle. "I did show jumping, so I'm paying attention to my distance from the jumps and the setup, and is [the horse] positioned right? So many things go into it, but it's a very freeing experience."