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Rebel Wilson in Workout Gear Asks "Anyone for Tennis?"

How did the Pitch Perfect star lose weight and keep it off?

Rebel Wilson is playing tennis – in her workout clothes. In a new social media post the actress shows off her slimmed down figure in leggings and a top during a game of tennis. She shared the photo via her Instagram Stories. How did the Pitch Perfect star lose weight and keep it off? Here is everything you need to know about her lifestyle habits. 


She Has Relaxed Her Approach to Fitness Since Becoming a Mom

In a recent interview with Women's Health, the newish mom revealed how she is maintaining her 100-pound weight loss while juggling the duties of motherhood. While she used to spend "at least an hour every day, six days a week," at the gym, her approach to diet and fitness is less aggressive now. "When I was losing weight, I was doing quite aggressive workouts," she said. "With a baby, that's just an impossibility."


Small  Portion Sizes


Rebel has a few diet hacks. "I can't cut out carbs and sugary foods completely," she says. Instead, she "drastically reduced" portion sizes and fills up on protein. However, she doesn't cut out food groups entirely. "I think that's a positive, that I'm not too focused," she says. "I'm not on any particular diet or anything like that."


Here Is What She Eats in a Day

Rebel starts her day with eggs and avocado toast or a protein shake with berries or bananas. For lunch, she eats a fresh salad with chicken and for dinner, grilled chicken, salmon, and other types of fish.


She Indulges


Rebel allows herself to indulge on occasion with Ben and Jerry's Phish Food ice cream and Klondike Bars. "I'm obsessed with Klondike bars," she says. "They're just a simple [treat]."


She Walks

Rebel makes sure to get her steps in. "I went to this big health retreat in Austria, the biggest thing they said to me is get outside and just walk," she revealed. "[Walking] for me, is the best thing to burn unwanted body fat," she says.


She Does At-Home Workouts

Rebel also does at-home workouts, incorporating her daughter into her routine. "I lift her up while squatting," she said. "I'll do stretching on a mat and put Royce next to me."



Rebel recently confessed to The Sunday Times that she took Ozempic to maintain her weight loss. "Someone like me could have a bottomless appetite for sweets, so I think those drugs can be good," she said, adding that she no longer takes it. 

Leah Groth
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