Miranda Kerr has found ways to exercise when she's travelling on planes for work.
Miranda Kerr exercises on planes.
The Australian supermodel adores doing yoga and going hiking but always finds the time for a short burst of exercise, wherever she is.
As she spend a lot of her time flying for work, Miranda has found ways to keep fit while up in the sky.
She said: ''I was a gymnast when I was young and then when I stopped I started yoga. I really like to practise, even if it's just 10 minutes, its very good for balance the mind, the body and spirit. I believe everyone should find an exercise they really enjoy. For me I like yoga, hiking.
''There's little exercises you can do sitting down, for me on an aeroplane - contract and release, it's really good for the stomach.''
The 31-year-old beauty - who has four-year-old son Flynn with ex-husband Orlando Bloom - tries to eat healthily most of the time but would never deprive herself of her favourite indulgences like chocolate or fried chicken.
Speaking on Japanese TV programme 'Skkiri', she said: ''I like to eat 80 per cent healthy - fresh food organic food, vegetables, goji berries, chia seeds, a lot of greens. I try to get my nutrients from my food.''
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