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How Selena Gomez got in shape for her tour


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teen vogue logoSelena Gomez kicked off her Revival tour last night, and she’s already slaying the costume game. Preparing for this tour has been quite the process, getting a new hairstyle, beauty routine, and workout regimen.

In a recent interview with Vogue, the 23-year-old opened up about how she got fit for the tour. She said she “really buckled down… about a month and a half ago,” through a series of different programs that all opened up when she focused on her breathing.

“Once we started rehearsing, I was doing Pilates, SoulCycle, every form of yoga,” Selena told the magazine. “Basically, I wanted to mix things up because I get bored easily. I just try to keep it fresh. I love how Pilates makes me feel, like it opens me up. I have the hardest time breathing, weirdly enough. Even when I have conversations, I need to work on my breathing, so it’s something I enjoy because it’s peaceful and it helps me relax. And I’m doing two shows back to back [today], and that’s cardio in itself.”

She’s also working pretty hard to stay healthy and hydrated.

“I always have water, tons of water. It’s even in my bathroom because I used to be so bad at drinking water and I want to stay hydrated,” she said. “I have a juicer I’m staring at right now, so I always have my vegetables and my fruit for the juicer. I do two carrots, ginger, I do one piece of celery—I know, that’s lame, but one—and then half of a beet.”

If you need some more celebrity inspiration to get yourself to the gym, here’s Karlie Kloss’ workout routine and Kendall Jenner’s workout playlist.

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By Lauren Daca for Teen Vogue
This post originally appeared on Teen Vogue