Everything We Know About Olivia Culpo's Workout Routine
Find out which workout class she's currently loving.
Olivia Culpo might make the same superfood smoothie every day, but when it comes to fitness, she mixes things up. Over the years, the model has shared several different types of workouts she likes to include in her routine. (Related: The Skin-Care Product Behind Olivia Culpo's Baby Soft Skin Has a Near-Perfect Rating at Nordstrom)
Lately, Olivia's workout routine has consisted of a combination of P.volve classes and running. (Olivia recently hosted P.volve's Soho studio opening.) Olivia was attracted to P.volve because she prefers low-impact workouts that she can easily do while she's away from home, she tells Shape. "The P.volve workout is great for me because I travel a lot," she says. "There are 3-pound ankle weights, 2-pound free weights, and tons of elastic bands that you can use in different ways." And then there's her personal favorite, the P.ball, which essentially combines the ball you use in barre class with a light resistance band. (Related: Olivia Culpo Shares Her Style Hacks While Traveling)
P.volve and running might be her current favorites, but Olivia previously told The Cut that she likes taking Soul Cycle, Pilates, yoga and barre as well. Other times, Olivia works with personal trainer Peter Mollo, who's posted glimpses of her workouts to his Instagram. In the most recent video, Olivia completed a glute workout with her sister Sophia that included banded kneeling good mornings, glute kickbacks, lunges, hip thrusts, and squats. In other words, your butt will be sore just watching it.
As a general rule, Olivia tries to maintain a habit. "I've noticed it's very important to be consistent with workouts," she says. "I think it's really easy for people to go through phases where they're really intense with their workouts and then they kind of fall out of it." She aims to fit in a workout every day, even when she has a loaded agenda. "I try stay active as much as I can by doing low-impact, high-intensity workouts so that I'm consistent and I don't wake up one day and realize it's been two weeks and I haven't worked out."
Working out every day might sound like a lot, but Olivia says she's found workouts that help her feel balanced rather than ones that she'll dread doing. Her outlook on workouts can be boiled down to a useful philosophy: Find what you love and stick to it. (Related: Olivia Culpo On How to Start Giving Back—And Why You Should)