Julianne Hough's 5 Best Fitness Tips

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Julianne Hough's amazing body is a testament to her fitness prowess. The 34-year-old dancer boasts ripped abs and defined muscles all over but her fitness routine is surprisingly doable.

Read on to learn about the activities that help her stay in shape, as well as the photographs that prove they work—and don't forget to check out the 30 Top Celebrity Swimsuit Moments to become beach-ready too!

She Has A Positive Mindset

It all starts with having a positive mindset, says the Dancing with the Stars alum. When you have focus, it is easier to achieve your fitness goals. Making sure you are in a happy and positive environment also inspires you to improve your lifestyle.

"Mindset is first!” Julianne told Us. “Healthy brain equals a healthy body. Staying focused on your personal journey and creating a happy environment makes for a healthier lifestyle.”

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She Loves To Dance

A dancer since she was 10 years old, Julianne has a deep love for dance. While she no longer competes, she still does regular dance routines. Julianne also founded the fitness app KINRGY, which teaches a fusion of dance fitness and energy healing.

"Dance continues to surprise me. Dance strengthens muscles that I didn’t even know I had - physically, emotionally and energetically 💪🏼😊✨ I’m feeling so grateful for my daily #KINRGY practice which brings me strength and power - internally and externally!" she shared in an Instagram post.

She Drinks Healthy Juices

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To make sure her body gets the nutrients it needs, Julianne drinks green juice in the mornings. Green apple, spinach, and kale are just some of the ingredients she puts in her juice.

“Cucumber, celery, anything green, really. Sometimes I’ll add beets too, depending on my mood. And then I’ll go work out, it just depends,” she told Prevention.

According to Mayo Clinic, juicing is no healthier than eating whole fruits and vegetables. But, if you aren't a big fan of eating veggies, juicing is an easier way to add healthy nutrients to your diet. Juicing can reduce your risk of cancer, boost your immune system, and remove toxins from your body.

She Does Hot Yoga

Hough likes to mix up her workout routines but one of her go-to exercises is hot yoga. As she shared with Self, yoga has helped her balance her energy and has also kept her muscles flexible.

"Because I'm high-energy, yoga kind of just grounds me. It makes me feel more centered and balanced. And I like hot yoga because it really stretches me out."

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