Kate Hudson in a swimsuit is “ready for summer,” as she captioned a new swimsuit pic. (She had her own King St. Vodka in one hand.) How to lose a guy in 10 days star tries to take time for herself and this overloaded world. She enjoys spending time with her family and at home, or working hard on her active line, Fabletics, but in between it all, it’s so important to her to take time for her health and well-being, passing on those healthy habits to her children. How does she stay in shape? Read on to see how Kate Hudson stays fit and the photos that prove they work — and to get beach-ready, don’t miss these essentials 30 Best Celebrity Swimsuit Photos!
In his book Happy Enough: Healthy Ways to Love Your Body, Kate promotes the importance of wellness. She understands that life can be busy, especially seeing how her mother, Goldie Hawn, managed to raise it, but it’s still just as important to put your mental and physical health first. “I’m finally at a point in my life where if someone wants to know what I’m doing to stay healthy, why not tell them?” she asks. “Why not put it over there?” She doesn’t watch her tricks and wants to promote a healthy lifestyle to other busy women
“Dancing is the thing for me,” she says. “It makes me feel so much better.” We got a little glimpse of her dancing skills on Glee when she played Cassandra, Rachel Berry’s college dance teacher. She loves taking classes in a more structured environment and sometimes just freestyle, being clumsy on her own. Blasting music from the comfort of your own home. “Sometimes I lock myself in a room and I dance. I put the music on as loud as I can and I get weird!” she said laughing.
She is constantly changing a lot of things in her life, and that includes her workouts. “Change is my constant” she says. “I’m changing my routine. I’m changing my look. I’m changing my mind,” Hudson said. When it comes to her fitness routine, this is the thing she likes to change the most. “I’ll do Tracy Anderson, I’ll do Body by Simone, I’ll do everything,” hudson said. “Nothing, literally nothing, makes me feel like I’m back in my body more than Pilates,” she says. “I’m going to travel, and I’m going to run or I’m going to spin, but when I get home and get in the reformer or the Cadillac, my body immediately kicks back. I can see an instant change.”
She really eschews fads and just does what works for her own body and what she loves to do. “I never judge my practice,” she says. She enjoys challenging her mind and body with Transcendental Meditation and Kundalini. “You might just sit there and not think about your mantra for your entire practice, but you still benefit from it,” she says. She also strongly believes in taking a day or two for yourself. “Throw that ‘gotta, gotta, gotta’ idea out the window.”
Much like exercise, Kate tries not to obsess, but also to stay mindful. She aims to eat five small meals a day, trying to choose mostly plant-based options. “I practically cut the meat,” she says. “I can’t remember the last time I ate a steak.” She sometimes struggles with her morning routine, not being much of a breakfast person, but has heard that it’s important to eat something in the morning. “The hardest thing for me is eating just when I get up, because I don’t like that. I’m not one of those people who wake up hungry.” she explains. “I wake up and crave a coffee and even a green juice, but everyone says you have to eat something, even if it’s a little. So that’s kind of the hard part , but I find that when I do, I eat less during the day or late at night.”