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Health & Fit “RHOBH” Star Lisa Rinna Swears by Yoga and a “Dirty Vegan” Diet for Flat Abs at 56

02:41  29 april  2020
02:41  29 april  2020 Source:   prevention.com

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a woman sitting in a garden: “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star Lisa Rinna reveals the fitness routine that keeps her incredibly fit at 56, including a plant-based diet and daily yoga. © Instagram “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star Lisa Rinna reveals the fitness routine that keeps her incredibly fit at 56, including a plant-based diet and daily yoga.
  • Lisa Rinna sticks to a consistent diet and fitness routine for strong abs at 56.
  • The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star loves to exercise and her go-to workout is yoga.
  • Rinna also follows a mostly plant-based diet.

If you’ve been keeping up with Lisa Rinna on Instagram or TikTok, then you’ve definitely caught a glimpse of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star’s flat abs. The 56-year-old mom of two loves to hang by the pool, have dance offs with her daughters, and share throwbacks of her early 2000s workout videos—showing off her fit figure in the process.

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The secret to her toned bod? “For me, staying in shape has always been a part of my life and it’s all about consistency,” Rinna told OWN. “I started working out at a very young age. I started playing competitive tennis, and I’ve worked out my whole life. For me, working out is like brushing my teeth.” Below, Rinna dishes on the diet and fitness routine that keeps her in such great shape.

1. She follows a “dirty vegan” diet.

Rinna’s motto when it comes to nutrition: Moderation. She told People that she doesn’t like the word diet, because she’ll “just want to eat 10 times more.” Instead, the RHOBH star aims to eat a mainly plant-based diet. “I tend to call myself a dirty vegan. I’m mostly plant-based—but if I do need to eat some meat, I’ll have it,” she said.

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For Rinna, a healthy diet is the key to feeling energized. “Sometimes, I’ll have an ice cream sundae, but if I had one every day, I would feel awful,” she told OWN. “I’m very disciplined because, selfishly, I like to feel good... I like to feel good and I like to look good.”

Not Relaxed and Recharged. ????

A post shared by Lisa Rinna (@lisarinna) on Feb 17, 2020 at 7:42am PST

2. She’s obsessed with yoga.

Rinna admits that she’s tried “every workout known to man” and likes to get moving most days of the week. But only one has stuck with her over the years: yoga. “What I have found now and what I have evolved into really is yoga,” she told OWN. “I have a really strong yoga practice, and for my body type, that really works.”

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In a typical week, Rinna said she heads to an hour-long yoga class, which keeps her physical and mental health in a good place. “Yoga has been my life savior for the 26 years I’ve been practicing now,” she told Us Weekly. “Practicing yoga has been the most helpful in keeping myself grounded and somewhat sane.”

3. She’s always dancing.

Whether she’s dancing solo or with her daughters Delilah and Amelia, Rinna is always sharing fun dance videos to her Instagram page. Her love of dancing started as a teen. “When I was 16, I discovered jazzercise. And I thought it was the greatest thing since peanut butter and jelly,” she told Parade. “And then when I moved to Los Angeles, I discovered the Jane Fonda Workout. Oh, God. I loved that so much.”

The RHOBH star even released her own dance video in 2008—leotard and all. She also participated in season 2 of Dancing with the Stars back in 2007.

But the real dancing happens with her girls. “In our house everybody is always dancing around and singing. We have a dance floor outside at our house, a big, huge dance floor that we all dance on,” she said. Unsurprisingly, Rinna’s been spending a lot of time dancing during quarantine. In a post from March, she shared a dancing video and wrote that “Dancing Is Not Cancelled” in the caption. This week, she posted another silly video. “I’ve officially lost it,” she joked.

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I’ve officially lost it. ????????????

A post shared by Lisa Rinna (@lisarinna) on Apr 20, 2020 at 1:30pm PDT

4. She’s a fan of SoulCycle, hiking, and simply walking.

Though yoga is her go-to workout, Rinna enjoys adding in a spin class. “I mix it up, usually doing something five-six days a week, but really, I just do it when I can,” she wrote on her website.

When she’s traveling, she simply likes to walk. “I can walk and walk and walk for miles,” she wrote. “Sometimes, I will use the gym in my hotel but if I am in a big city like NYC, I just walk. The time flies by because there is always something exciting going on around me and before you know it, I’ve covered five miles.”

Ultimately, Rinna exercises to keep her body healthy and her mood lifted. “I’m always doing something. I just do, because I feel better,” she told OWN. “If I feel better, I’m nicer. If I’m nicer, my life goes better.”

This is where we were suppose to be today for our Anniversary. ???????????? So I’m there in my head instead. #stayhome #staysafe ????

A post shared by Lisa Rinna (@lisarinna) on Mar 29, 2020 at 6:49pm PDT

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