Kate Hudson does everything in style. She recently appeared for the Mattel Children’s Hospital Kaleidoscope Ball that was held in Los Angeles and looked ravishing in a slinky purple Amanda Wakeley gown. The dress had a plunging cut-out neckline and it revealed plenty of her skin. Those of you who were dazzled by her looks must know that her appearance is not something that can be achieved in a day. The American actress has been working out hard to keep herself in shape since years. Let’s travel with her onto her workout journey, learn her current diet habits and get inspired from her views on mental health.
Working Out to Connect to Self
The popular actress admits that she has no set workout routine. She works out by just exercising on the basis of her mood, which constantly changes. She doesn’t need a workout plan or any structure. Kate just works out whenever she wants and however she wants, she expressed to Shape.
Her Workout Philosophy
The workout philosophy of the skilled actress is simple, you just listen to your body and stay motivated. Hudson has tried about a billion exercises in the past while trying to figure out what works for her. So, if you have got to try a few, don’t lose heart.
The author of Pretty Happy: Healthy Ways to Love Your Body has been in love with Pilates since she was 19 years old. It has been her preferred exercise since that time. Her body really responds to it and it offers various benefits such as strengthening the core, aligning the body and elongating the spine. This exercise makes Kate feel her strongest self and challenges her at the same time. The diva is also trying her hand at advanced Pilates and TRX these days.
Close to Nature Workouts
The LA-born has always liked to workout near nature. When she was growing up, she liked being outside and close to nature. Even now, when the star is in a mood to visit Amsterdam, she just takes a bike ride and explores the city at her own pace. When in New York, the gorgeous woman likes to walk the streets. She puts in her earplugs, listens to music and walks in Manhattan.
Workout without the Gym
The co-founder of the Fabletics active wear likes to workout even when she cannot hit the gym. She uses technology to help her exercise. Her Pilates teacher, Nicole Stuart has created an app QE2 which contains a full body workout routine, which Hudson uses a lot. She also uses an app called Hot5 that contains only 5-minute workouts. She uses this app especially when she is jet lagged or in a hotel room. Just two 5-minute sessions reactivate her. She is also a fan of Sworkit as it can be done anywhere. You can do it even in the smallest space and break a good sweat in about 15 to 20 minutes time.
Aggressive Workout Routine
The Oscar-nominated actress also has a fondness for aggressive workouts such as boxing. She is also not afraid of trying on new aggressive workouts. Kate recently tried an exercise called Class by Taryn Toomey and she loved it. It is a workout that includes cardio, yoga clubbed with an intense boot camp. It’s a spiritual experience that helps people get rid of all the toxic energy but only seriously dedicated people should do it because it pushes you very hard.
Honoring Her Body
The Bride Wars (2009) actress loves her shape. She works hard to stay in her best shape. She also honors her body by working out and seeing what her body can do or achieve in terms of workouts.
The Almost Famous (2000) actress doesn’t do any diets. She just eats healthy foods needed by her body. Kate thinks she is now clued into her body and eats only those foods that suits her body. Like all humans, she slips for a while and indulges in unhealthy foods but she switches back to salads and protein shakes soon after slipping as they make her feel better, reports AOL.
Reduce Stress for Mental Health
The talented actress is also very serious about her mental health. She advises people to stay away from stress to avoid mental health problems. She thinks that most people don’t even acknowledge that they have stress. You should always acknowledge it and find a way to deal with it to help remain mentally healthy.
Go Down and then Pick Yourself Up
The mother of two thinks that women take on so many responsibilities that they often get stressed. The best way to deal with such a situation, according to her, is not just to tough it out at all times, it’s to break down sometimes, feel a bit low for a few days and then pick yourself up, reports Forbes.