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Hilary Duff excited by exercise

Published 01/08/2014

Hilary Duff
Hilary Duff

Hilary Duff has revealed how she got into such amazing shape for her new music video.

The 26-year-old shows off her toned physique in the video for her new track Chasing the Sun. In the beach-themed clip she frolics in a bikini while enjoying getting her suncream rubbed in by a muscly hunk.

It might look like a lot of hard work has gone into her beach body, but Hilary actually loved the process of getting fit.

“I train at Rise Movement three times a week,” she explained to People magazine, referring to an exclusive LA gym.

“We focus on strength training, metabolic training and mobility training. We are always doing new things, and I’ve never had this much fun training before.”

The gym offers yoga and also personal training sessions. However, the star decided to mix the usual workouts up with some extra activities.

“In addition to my training, I was doing sprints at the track and running stadium stairs," she divulged.

Hilary is a mother to two-year-old son Luca, who she has with estranged husband Mike Comrie. She lost the baby weight by taking a sensible and balanced approach to food.

“I’m not a huge dieter, I try to eat healthy but don’t deprive myself of things that I want or crave,” she said. “Lots of protein and veggies. A few days before the video I lowered my salt intake and cut carbs and alcohol. Plus, I do Zumba.”

In the past, Hilary has admitted she's the "worst" dieter and that shedding the pound after having a baby was harder than she anticipated.

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