Hailey Baldwin Dishes on the ‘Addictive’ Heated Workout Class That Leaves Her Face Looking Like a Tomato

Hailey Baldwin Wants to Be ‘Dripping in Sweat’ After a Heated Workout Class
Hailey Baldwin poses ahead of the launch of the Icy Pink adidas Falcon at JD show on September 17, 2018 in London, England. Tristan Fewings/Getty Images for adidas

Sweat it out! Getting a lean and toned body like model Hailey Bieber (née Baldwin) takes hard work and lots of sweat. The 22-year-old model shared her secrets for maintaining a bikini-ready figure all year round and why she’ll never turn down a heated workout.

“I’ve been doing hot pilates for around two years now. I first started going to a place in Brooklyn and then I discovered a place out here in L.A. that I’ve gone to for quite some time now,” she exclusively told Us Weekly at the launch of her ROXY Sister collection with Kelia Moniz on Tuesday, March 19, at Little Beach House Malibu.

What keeps her going back for more? “I find that when you do any hot class your muscles are more pliable and you’re stretched out easier,” she said. “I’ve been a fan of hot yoga for a very long time too.”

Hailey Baldwin Wants to Be ‘Dripping in Sweat’ After a Heated Workout Class
Hailey Baldwin is seen on November 30, 2018 in Los Angeles, California. Hollywood To You/Star Max/GC Images

Although Baldwin might not be photoshoot ready immediately following the class, she found that hot workouts are beneficial for her skin too. “You come out dripping in sweat and my face is like a tomato and it’s good for your skin! I love it! I’m obsessed and it’s addictive,” she exclaimed.

Baldwin credits her love for heated workouts partly to her dancing background while growing up. “I used to be a dancer, which is all about being warmed up and warm and muscles being loose, so I just really enjoy hot classes like that,” she recalled.

And while entering a 95 degree room might be intimidating to some, Baldwin says the temperature of the class actually encourages her to push herself even more during a workout.

She added: “I feel like I work harder because you know sometimes when you go to a workout and you feel stiff, so it’s painful and you don’t really want to do the work? When you’re warm, that doesn’t happen.”

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