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October 27, 2020  No comments Articles, Lucy

A friend who once met Lucy Hale had two things to say about her. One: she’s really nice. Two: she’s super, super fit. Apparently, girlfriend is toned as hell.

“Oh that’s really nice to hear,” Hale says, genuinely chuffed, when I tell her this down the phone to Los Angeles, where she’s relaxing at home.

It’s clear that exercise matters to Hale, the recent star of horror movie Truth or Dare (out on DVD on August 15). So much so that she works out every single day.

“I’m one of the weirdos in the world that genuinely likes working out, not from a physical perspective, more from a mental aspect,” the 29-year-old explains.

“It’s a daily part of what I do. I work with a trainer and that will be an hour-long session, or I’ll do 45-minute spin classes or Pilates classes. It’s not a crazy amount, just a little bit every day.”

Somewhat unexpectedly, the 157-centimetre fitness fiend says the workout she finds most challenging is yoga.

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