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Victoria Justice in Tank Top Asks "How'd I Go from Kissin' to Missin' You?"

Here are her top lifestyle habits.

Victoria Justice is flashing her abs and promoting her new song! In a new social media post the actress-slash-singer shows off her amazing body in a crop top and skirt while promoting her latest single, Tripped. She captioned the clip featuring the song, "how'd I go from kissin' to missin' you? #Tripped out now," driving her followers wild. "I love tripped this song deserves more recognition 🫶🫶🫶" commented one. "You are so damn gorgeous ❤️😍 @victoriajustice," added another. How does the young star approach health and wellness? Celebwell has the details on her lifestyle habits. 


Hot Yoga

Victoria's sister got her into hot yoga. "So yeah it's tough. It was really not my thing in the beginning. And I still am in the classes sometimes and I'm like, 'Why am I doing this? Why am I here right now?' But it's… You always leave feeling better. But yesterday we did a class and I had to step out 'cause I was just… I was that one person that was like, Nope, can't take it. But when it's over, you always feel like, Oh, your muscles, they're relaxed and it's so good," she told Hollywood Life.


Moderation with Diet

Victoria, who has Hashimoto's, a thyroid autoimmune disorder, "works out frequently" so she doesn't obsess over her diet. "Rule of thumb, I just kind of eat whatever I want," she admitted to Hollywood Life. 


Different Workouts

When it comes to exercise, Victoria doesn't allow herself to get bored. "I love taking classes to switch it up, so I'll do a dancing class or a twerk class…. It's actually a really great workout. After 10 minutes of twerking, your thighs and your butt feel it right away. [Laughs] But it's so much fun. You feel free. It's like, 'Who cares? I'm twerking!'" she told Health. 



Victoria loves to get her row-on. According to AFPA Fitness, a rowing machine exercises your upper body as well as your lower body. "The rowing stroke when using an indoor rower is composed of 65-75% leg work and 25-35% upper body work," they say.



Victoria uses meditation to destress. "I try to meditate every day. It's important to take that time, even if it's just 10 minutes, to block everything out and get grounded again. And I love to lie on my hammock and read things that are inspirational and motivational, whether it's a self-help book or an autobiography."

Leah Groth
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