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Reneé Rapp in Two-Piece Workout Gear Says "Coachella Thank You"

Rapp captioned the post, “Coachella thank you.”

Reneé Rapp is best known for playing Regina George in the Broadway adaptation of Mean Girls. She reprised the role in the 2024 musical movie in January. Rapp is a singer and also appeared at Coachella alongside Kesha. She shared some highlights from it on Instagram. Rapp captioned the post, "Coachella thank you." How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Reneé Rapp stays in shape and the photos that prove they work.


She Takes Care Of Herself

Rapp opened up about struggling with an eating disorder to POPSugar. She says that she is putting herself in the right positions to support her. "Eating disorders don't just go away and like, you're healed, like: 'Sorry, I can eat again, ha ha! It's a lifelong thing. There are battles with addiction and whatever everywhere. I still struggle with it, but at least my parents know that I've been taken out of environments that were really harmful to my sickness, which is awesome and a huge win. They worry like hell, but they're chilling, I guess."


She's Honest


Rapp wants to be honest with her fans. She talked about this in regards to her eating disorder to Teen Vogue. "Right now, I'm not going to say, 'I'm doing amazing and it's all better.' It's incredibly not. And I think it's just going to be like that for a while. But that's fine for me. If I'm safe and not putting myself in danger, then I consider that a win. Because I've been not in that place before, so this feels good."


She Speaks Up

Rapp isn't afraid to call people out. She spoke out against people commenting on her body to Teen Vogue. "The conversation around my body is f*cking stupid," Rapp said. "I'm like, 'just shut the f*ck up.' I mean, you're so obsessed. You are clinically so obsessed. And I get it. I know I look good. You don't need to talk about it."


She Does Pilates


Rapp tells The Zoe Report that she loves to do Pilates. Better Health states that Pilates has a lot of benefits. "It requires concentration and focus, because you move your body through precise ranges of motion. It requires concentration in finding a centre point to control your body through movement. Each exercise has a prescribed placement, rhythm and breathing pattern. In Pilates, your muscles are rarely worked to the point of exhaustion, so there is not always sweating or straining, just intense concentration. The workout consists of a variety of exercise sequences that are performed in low repetitions, usually five to ten times, over a session of 45 to 90 minutes. Floor based exercises performed on a mat and specialised equipment for resistance are often used."


She's Accepted Herself

In an interview with NPR, Rapp says that her time on The Sex Lives of College Girls has helped her accept herself. "Season one was the hardest six months of my life. It was extremely hard emotionally for so many reasons. It made me face a lot of stuff that I did not want to, but I then had to. And so not only did I become, like, way more comfortable with who I am, I also saw a lot of … the ugly parts of myself I didn't want to see and then had to address."

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