Vanessa Hudgens put her toned physique on display as she arrived for a workout session in Los Angeles on Tuesday.
The 32-year-old High School Musical star showed off her taut midriff in a cute burgundy sports bra and leggings set.
The Spring Breakers actress gave a recent interview to Shape magazine in which she revealed that she only eats two meals a day.
She looks great: Vanessa Hudgens put her toned physique on display as she arrived for a workout session in Los Angeles on Tuesday
Vanessa donned a fuzzy purple, black and red cardigan that she left unbuttoned over her sports bra.
The California native tucked her leggings in into tall white socks and sported white sneakers.
The brunette beauty pulled her long locks back into a sleek bun and rocked a pair of square-framed black shades.
Fitness fun: The 32-year-old High School Musical star showed off her taut midriff in a cute burgundy sports bra and leggings set. Vanessa was accompanied by her frequent workout pal GG Magree
Hudgens accessorized with layered silver necklaces, chunky silver rings and dangly silver earrings. Her belly button piercing could be seen over the waistband of her leggings.
The Say Ok singer carried a paper coffee cup and her iPhone which hung from a strap around her wrist.
As Vanessa strolled down the sidewalk accompanied by her frequent workout pal GG Magree, the best friends shared a laugh.
Chic on the street: Vanessa donned a fuzzy purple, black and red cardigan that she left unbuttoned over her sports bra
GG was clad in a gray New York sweatshirt and charcoal gray leggings with white socks and white and orange sneakers.
The Sydney native tied her blonde hair back and shielded her eyes from the sun with brown sunglasses.
Vanessa is the cover star of Shape’s November issue. In the magazine, she shared details about her diet and exercise regime.
Cutting back: The Spring Breakers actress gave a recent interview to Shape magazine in which she revealed that she only eats two meals a day
She said that she eats two bigger meals a day instead of three.
Breakfast typically includes avocado, maybe vegan sausage, and a piece of healthy bread.
Hudgens went on to say, ‘Dinner depends on my mood. I let myself have what I want. If that’s a big bowl of spaghetti with clams and a glass of wine, then that’s what I’m eating.’
‘Sometimes I crave a salad, and I’ll make a big one with nuts and goat cheese and salmon. Other times, it’s tacos and a margarita. I’ve learned that when I try to be super conscientious of everything I put into my mouth, all I can think about is food. But when I listen to my body and eat what I want, that’s when I’m happiest.’
Vanessa also explained that she prefers to eat unprocessed food and foregoes meat.
Fitness pals: Vanessa also discussed how she became ‘obsessed’ with the exclusive West Hollywood gym Dogpound and how she and GG inspire each other during their workout sessions
‘Many things are processed and contain chemicals and ingredients I can’t pronounce. I want real food. If I’m in Italy, and I see them making pasta by hand, or if it grows from the earth, that’s real. I stay away from the processed stuff. I also don’t eat meat. I’m a pescatarian. What animals go through is so inhumane. That’s not a system that I support.’
As for her fitness routine, Hudgens said that she now prioritizes building muscle over cardio.
‘My fitness has taken a turn. Cardio has been put on the back burner, and I’m very OK with that,’ shared the lingerie model.
Vanessa also discussed how she became ‘obsessed’ with the exclusive West Hollywood gym Dogpound and how she and GG inspire each other during their workout sessions.
Empowered: ‘At my fittest, I feel unstoppable,’ she said
‘During the pandemic, when everything was paused, I created a little community. I’d get my friends together over Zoom and we would do Isaac Boots’s live workout classes. As the world started to reopen, I found myself obsessed with Dogpound,’ said the star.
She goes to the workout center with her best friend and they have become extremely competitive, she said.
‘We have the best time — the amount of dancing we do between sets is ridiculous. Everyone knows when we’re at the gym. They say they hear us before they see us,’ said Vanessa.
She does squats with a rack.
‘I love to see how much weight I can add to the bar. That’s empowering. And I’ve just gotten back into Pilates with a reformer. It works your muscles like nothing else,’ said the Grease: Live singer.
‘At my fittest, I feel unstoppable,’ she said.
‘If you think, “There’s no way I can get through 30 reps.” But then you do, and you remind yourself that you can do anything you set your mind to. Those little victories should always be celebrated. That’s what contributes joy and happiness and power and strength to your life.’