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Kate Beckinsale just flashed her long and incredibly sculpted legs in a brand new Instagram post.
The 48-year-old actress struck a pose shortly before Halloween, while lounging with her pets on the couch—and she looked fit AF.
Kate credits yoga and her intense sweat sessions with personal trainer Brad Siskind for keeping her in fighting shape.
Kate Beckinsale has a known love of animals. And she regularly drops pics and videos of herself with her fuzzy crew on Instagram. Well, she just shared a new photo of herself on Halloween surrounded by furry friends—and fans can’t get enough of it.
In the post, Kate is surrounded by her cat, her dog, and a large pooch that she hasn’t been spotted with before. The actress looked incredibly serene as she lay there in a sweatshirt, briefs, and white platform heels—accessorized by her perfectly sculpted legs. “Calm before the storm,” she wrote simply in the caption. (Kate later shared a picture and video of herself dressed as a feminized Halloween version of the Pope, so that might have been the “storm” she was referring to.)
People were all over it in the comments. “Absolutely beautiful 🔥🔥🔥,” one wrote. “Damn! 🔥” another said.
Of course, the 48-year-old actress didn’t get those toned legs by accident. She previously told Women's Health that she works out six days a week with her trainer, Brad Siskind at celebrity trainer Gunnar Peterson's gym. "She rarely misses a workout,” Siskind said. “If she does, there’s a good reason. Because otherwise, she’s crushing it.”
By the way, Kate isn’t the type to chat for a while and then get down to business. “The whole hour is work,” Siskind said. What exactly does she do? More like what doesn’t she do.
Kate likes to work through a bunch of compound exercises that work several muscle groups at once. Think: bicep curls while she squats and situps with punches. She’s also big on doing cardio intervals like rowing or the VersaClimber before doing another round of compound exercises.
Kate does yoga, too, which she credits for keeping her from being injured on all the action movies she’s done. When she’s on the road, she’ll do yoga workouts recorded by her teachers Jessica James and Mandy Ingber. “I haven’t been injured while doing an action movie and I think it’s partially from practicing yoga," Kate said.
Naturally, Kate eats well. She focuses on having veggies and protein, like chicken or eggs with grass-fed butter. Lunch and dinner are usually things like salads with radishes, Brussels sprouts and safflower oil, and potato chips.
Note to self: Do more yoga.
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