Cher reveals her intense workout routine

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Photo credit: Andrew H. Walker - Getty Images

Not only is Cher known as an icon in the music, beauty and fashion world, but she's also admired for her commitment to fitness.

The singer and actress took to Twitter to share her health and fitness tips, by revealing her full workout routine, which focuses on full-body fitness and reminds us that it's important to switch things up when exercising.

"Just came up from, Abs, Zumba, Yoga, Wall Sits," Cher tweeted, "Tom[orrow]. My Step Class, Yoga, Different Abs."

This isn't the first time Cher has opened up about her commitment to fitness. At the 2017 Billboard Music Awards, the singer casually revealed that she "can do a five-minute plank, okay? Just saying" according to Women's Health.

Not only that, but she also leaked her secret to a toned butt on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. "So you get down on all fours and you put your leg up and you make an L with your leg and you do it up like that," Cher said, basically describing a move known as 'fire hydrant' or 'donkey kick'. "Three sets of 25."

As for her diet, Cher sticks to eating foods she knows her body likes. "I don’t like meat and so most of the things that I like are healthy for you, apart from desserts," she told Hello! back in 2013.

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Photo credit: Harry Langdon - Getty Images

She also shared her thoughts on dairy in her 1991 book, Cher Forever Fit. "I try to avoid foods with a high-fat content because they make me sluggish and keep my weight up," she wrote. "I weaned myself from whole milk to nonfat milk—if I’m having milk at all. I think cheese is one of the worst things for the body. It doesn’t digest well, and most cheeses are too high in fat."

Cher's go-tos include pasta and plenty of fruit. "Pasta gives me a lot of energy, and so do fruits like bananas, papaya, and nectarines because they have a lot of sugar but it isn’t refined," she added.

When it comes to alcohol, she saves cocktails for special occasions: "I’ll only drink three or four times a year, too," she explained to Closer in 2013, reports Good Housekeeping.

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