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Savannah Guthrie in Cheerleader Uniform Celebrates Halloween

Guthrie celebrated the holiday on the “Today Show”

NBC's Today Show had their annual Halloween episode, with each host getting into the spirit. In honor of NBC's NFL coverage, host Savannah Guthrie wore a cheerleader costume to the show. Guthrie showed off her fit figure in the costume. How does she stay in shape while saying so busy? Read on to see 5 ways Savannah Guthrie 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 Balances Her Carbs

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While Guthrie isn't either anti or low carb when it comes to her diet, she does have a unique trick when it comes to eating them. Guthrie explains to Marie Claire, "I'm not anti-carbs; I just try to do my carbs early in the day, so by the end of the day, I try to be carb-free."


She Indulges on Weekends


Guthrie tells Marie Claire that when she indulges she likes to do it on weekends after work. "On Friday and Saturday nights, I eat and drink anything I want. I don't think you can do this job or parenthood without caffeine, a little wine, and dessert."


She Loves Aerobics & Fitness Classes

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Guthrie says that she loves going to a fitness class in New York City, not just for the exercise, but for the nostalgia it brings her. "I do a class in New York called Bari. It's a hybrid of old-school Jane Fonda–type aerobics—because, in the '90s, I was an aerobics instructor."


She Works out While Traveling

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While covering the 2021 Tokyo Olympics for NBC, Guthrie made sure to work out. She posted a video of herself doing exercises in her hotel room. Guthrie captioned the video, "As far as I'm concerned step aerobics never went out of style. Hotel room workout in Tokyo since we can't go outside or use the gym."


She Does Yoga


In May 2020, at the height of the pandemic, Guthrie did a Today Show segment with yoga expert Adriene Mishler, demonstrating yoga poses you could do at home. Guthrie revealed that she'd been doing yoga during the pandemic, about 100 days. 


Anna Bechtel
Anna Bechtel is a freelance writer currently based in Hamden, CT. Read more
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