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Twilight Star Ashley Greene In Two-Piece Workout Gear Shares "Life Lately"

Here are her lifestyle and fitness tips.

Twilight star Ashley Greene is giving fans a glimpse at the highlights of her year so far. Greene, 36, shared several pictures of herself and family, including one of the star wearing black leggings and a purple workout top, looking fresh-faced and very toned. "Life lately," she captioned the post, adding the word "commitment" for her workout selfie. Greene is now the co-owner of a gym, and her fitness routine has adapted to motherhood—here's how the actress stays fit and full of energy.


Sweating For Good Headspace

Greene previously talked about her love for Rise Nation workouts in Los Angeles. "Mentally, for me, it's so important. It really keeps me kind of sharp and focused," she told Women's Health. "I kind of alternate between doing the Versa classes and strength training and I'm waiting for the day that I can do them both in one day! It's always that thing where, even when I don't go to the gym, if I'm just sweating and being active – even if it's not an intense session – I always feel so much better and things are much more organized in my head."


Fueling Her Workouts


Greene eats to fuel her workouts. "I used to have to have breakfast, but it was, like, yogurt," she told Women's Health. "Now I have to have two pieces of wholegrain toast and almond butter, honey and bananas on top. That would bother some people because it's got a decent amount of fat, but you have to recognise that it's fuel; it doesn't matter if I'm putting calories and fat into my body – I need it to do the type of strength training that I like to do."


Postpartum Fitness

Greene was careful about jumping back into her workout routine after welcoming daughter Kingsley Rainn in September 2022. "I wanted to feel fully back into my body… I really wanted to focus on making sure that I gave myself enough rest for everything to go back into place, and made sure that I wasn't trying to jump back into where I was and hurting myself," she told PEOPLE. "I feel like there's this idea that you are cleared after eight weeks and you can just jump back in, and that is so far from the case. I think it's really damaging to a lot of people."


Learning Self-Confidence

Greene has learned to become comfortable and confident in her own skin. "I don't know that I've ever met someone who hasn't had some type of insecure moment or stage," she told HuffPost. "You're growing and you're learning, and some days are good and some are bad. I'm definitely the most comfortable in my skin than I've ever been. I understand that a lot of things aren't the end of the world."


Gym Owner

Greene and husband Paul Khory opened their own gym NexGen Fitness in Sherman Oaks, CA, and she is thrilled her daughter will grow up being familiar with the place. "She was just running around this place that holds so much importance to all of us," she told PEOPLE. "She'll grow up understanding and have such a toolbox for mental health and physical fitness and reproductive rights, and that's such a cool thing to be able to give all that to your daughter. It's much more fulfilling to put your name and your face behind something that you truly care about."

Ferozan Mast
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