Kelly Clarkson Credits This Low-Impact Activity With Recent Weight Loss

The singer and TV host spoke with ‘People’ regarding wellness habits.
Kelly Clarkson

Kelly Clarkson.

Kelly Clarkson has been speaking out about her weight-loss journey, and she shared one of her favorite low-impact workouts in a new interview with People.

The 41-year-old mom of two recently relocated from from Los Angeles to New York City with her children, and in the conversation, she credited her more active lifestyle in the Big Apple with helping her to shed some weight.

“Walking in the city is quite the workout,” Clarkson told the publication. “And I’m really into infrared saunas right now. And I just got a cold plunge because everybody wore me down.”

In addition to those wellness practices, the three-time Grammy Award winner and television show host also shared that she eats a relatively protein-packed diet.

“We go walk the dogs a few times at the park,” she added of activities she enjoys with her children, River and Remington, whom she shares with her ex-husband, Brandon Blackstock. “We’ll go for ice cream because my daughter will wear me down. We’ll go make slime and we go to the museum.”

When The Kelly Clarkson Show’s official Instagram account shared the People cover photo that accompanied the story to the social media platform, her fans went wild. 

“She’s beautiful now and she was beautiful before - she’s just a beautiful woman inside and out ❤️,” one person noted.

“Yes Kelly!!!” someone else cheered. “Thrilled to see you reclaiming your happiness 😍❤️🔥 Love you ❤️❤️❤️.”

“Well deserved 👏🙌❤️,” another fan added of Clarkson’s cover girl moment.

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