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Kate Beckinsale totally rocked tight abs in a recent Instagram post while hanging out at the beach.
In the photos, the 49-year-old actress wore a tiny bikini that accentuated how strong she is these days.
When it comes to exercising, Kate usually opts for a VersaClimber or a rowing machine.
Kate Beckinsale is always a glamor queen, but she may have outdone herself with her most recent photo. The 49-year-old model posed in the sand in a white cover-up, a tiny bikini and an oversized hat. While the beach setting was certainly beautiful, it was also hard to ignore how heavily muscled Kate’s abs and legs were in her outfit.
“Say hello to falsetto in three, two, swag,” Kate captioned the photo, referencing Justin Bieber’s song, “Boyfriend.” Actor Jonathan Voluck also appears in the photos, covered in sand everywhere except his buttocks. This is certainly a look.
People were super in this comedic photo and Kate’s friends and fans added all sorts of encouraging compliments in the comments. “Don’t change,” one person wrote, while another fan simply wrote, “Suns out, buns out! ,” which I think sums up everything everyone is thinking.
If you want to know how she gets so strong, I’ve got you covered. The first thing to know is that Kate is notorious for putting in some serious work at the gym.
Specifically, she lets herself work up a sweat with a trainer Brad Siskind, who works at celeb trainer Gunnar Peterson’s gym. Kate told Women’s health that she works out at least six mornings a week. And Siskind added that they are not wasting time. “The whole hour is work,” he said.
During their joint workouts, Kate usually starts with a full-body workout of eight compound exercises. Each exercise works two muscle groups at the same time, so she gets the most out of each session. The moves include bicep curls with a squat and sit-ups with combined punches. You like to work smarter, not harder.
After this routine, Kate moves on to cardio interval training for 90 to 120 seconds on a rower or the VersaClimber, a tall, skinny cardio machine with handles and footrests that allow you to perform moves that mimic climbing. Then she starts at the top with the same eight exercises, adding heavier weights, bands and faster reps.
It takes Kate about 45 minutes to complete two circuits. When she’s ready, she tops it off with another cardio interval using a rubber Inertia Wave, or one leg push on a Skillmill curved treadmill.
If there was any doubt, Kate is *super* strong and works hard for that strength gain. Keep crushing it, girl!
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