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Obliterated Star Shelley Hennig Shares Swimsuit Video as "Baby Girl"

Here are her lifestyle habits

Shelley Hennig is heating up the Obliterated trailer – in her swimsuit. In a new social media post the former beauty queen shows off her amazing body in a bathing suit in a promo for her Netflix series. "I like being called 'baby girl' just fyi," she captioned the clip on her Instagram account. "This looks amazing baby girl I'm excited," commented one of her followers, while Chrishell Stause commented with a bunch of fire emojis. How does the actress approach health and fitness? Celebwell rounded up her top lifestyle habits. 


Cardio Barre

"I work out at a place called Cardio Barre with Molly Burnett (Melanie). I try to go four or five times a week. There's a ballet bar, and they play music. What you're doing is fast ballet movements. So it's a lot of cardio work and ballet form, which I love," Shelley told Soap Opera Digest about her favorite workout. "It's an hour long, and there are 30 people in the room. We all have our own space working at the ballet bar. You get to stretch at the end. If I ever decided to start dancing professionally again, I could do it in a heartbeat, thanks to this class. I have my strength back now, as well as my flexibility."


A Passion for Eating

Shelley maintains that she is forced to workout due to her love of eating. "I do [laughs]! I love to eat. I'm from New Orleans. I eat like nobody's business. So to find a workout that I actually look forward to is a lifesaver," she told the publication. 


Workout Buddies

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Shelley is a big proponent of the workout buddy system, as it makes sweat sessions more enjoyable. "It's always fun to work out with someone," she told Soap Opera Digest. 



Hennig loves to dance. "I'm a dancer," she told Buddy TV. "I was always teaching younger girls dancing, and I've always had so many younger girls look up to me. That's also been my motivation. I just want everyone to be safe, and happy, and do the right things, and go for what they believe in, and shoot for the stars."



Shelley enjoys kayaking. In this photo she goes for a row. "If you stop rowing you can relax," she captioned the Instagram snaps. Kayaking is a great workout. Not only is it great for building upper body strength and helps reduce stress, but can burn up to 400 calories per hour, translating to 1,600 calories in four hours of paddling.

Leah Groth
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