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Kimberly Wyatt keeps workouts exciting

Published 02/04/2016

Kimberly Wyatt
Kimberly Wyatt

Former Pussycat Doll Kimberly Wyatt keeps her eating habits as balanced as her exercise regimes.

Kimberly Wyatt enjoys mixing up her workouts, training up to five days a week if she has a job on.

The former Pussycat Doll is kept busy with her career and family, being a mother to 16-month-old daughter Willow with husband Max Rodgers. She understands her star status requires her to keep fit and look good, so she keeps things varied to achieve this.

"I like to mix it up," she told Britain's Star magazine. "I've always loved circuit training. I started boxing at a place called Kobox, which is pretty killer. I also do hot yoga and dance.

"Right now I'm getting ready for a big photoshoot, so I've upped my training to five times a week. But normally, if I can work out three times a week I'm happy."

When it comes to keeping her skin in good condition Kimberly turns to coconut oil, which she uses on her face, hair and cuticles, on top of as a make-up remover. She also incorporates it into her cooking, as she continued to share her healthy diet.

"I try to keep it balanced and I've cut down on meat," she explained. "I eat a lot of quinoa, lentils and greens and I drink organic coffee.

"(I'm) as conscious as I can be of a 16-month-old, because ultimately I just want her to eat something! Sometimes I work all day to make her a balanced meal, but all she wants is toast and orange juice."

To top off her slender physique and stunning looks, Kimberly rocks a stylish wardrobe. She's a big fan of fashion from the late '50s and early '60s, picking ensembles that give the illusion of a smaller waist.

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