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Rita Ora in Two-Piece Workout Gear "Cannot Wait" For NYC

Here is what you need to know about her top lifestyle habits. 

Rita Ora is flaunting her washboard abs in a mirror selfie. In a new social media post the singer shows off her super fit midsection in a sports bra and leggings while posing in front of the mirror during a trip to the Big Apple. "Two talk shows, one incredible city!! I cannot wait to be back again New York," she captioned the series of Instagram snaps. "the city looks good on you 😍" commented Spotify. "Beautiful," added another follower. How does the singer achieve her fit physique? Celebwell has the details on her top lifestyle habits. 


Strength Training and Pilates

Rita mixes up her workouts. She lifts weights most of the time, but also sprinkles in other workouts. "I might go to the gym three times a week and then I'll definitely do a Pilates class, so it's not always weights," she recently told Women's Health. "I always travel with 1KG and 2KG dumbbells, ankle weights, and a medium resistance band," she added. "If I can't do a workout, I just use the ankle weights and wear them when we're around town, or at home."



Rita maintains that hydration "has made a drastic difference" in her health. She told Women's Health that "drinking a litre and a half, maybe two litres of water a day," over three to four months did wonders. The Mayo Clinic explains that hydration is important for a variety of reasons. Water helps get rid of waste through urination, perspiration, and bowel movements, keeps your temperature normal, lubricates and cushions joints, and helps protect sensitive tissues.


Portion Control


Rita focuses on eating smaller portion sizes and eating her heaviest meal at lunch. "I have a light breakfast, a substantial lunch, and then a light dinner," she told Women's Health. 


Her Goal: Strength

"I didn't start working out to get skinnier. I started working out to feel better, and I think it's important for women to know that. Don't be obsessed with being thin. You just have to be fit, healthy, and strong," Rita told Shape. "I've made myself a bit stronger and that was a real achievement for me," she noted. "I'm not going to lie and say I was completely happy with my body before. I knew I could change a few things to improve my stamina, especially onstage."


Circuit Training

Rita does circuit training. "I usually work out for one or two hours, depending on how much time I have. I do three circuits and repeat that three times. I mostly focus on my thighs and my bum, so I do a lot of squats and weight lifting. And I do one circuit of cardio," she told Shape. "What I've learned is that you can take your time with training. You don't have to beat yourself up as long as you get in the workouts that you need. I used to push myself until I felt sick. But I'm approaching it differently now. I enjoy working out. And I like the aftermath-that feeling of contentment."




Leah Groth
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