Vanessa Hudgens Yoga Pants: ‘Spring Breakers’ Star Workout And Diet Weekend, Spotted After Pilates With Raw Juice
By Staff Writer | June 29, 2013 12:53 PM EDT
Vanessa Hudgens has been working out and eating healthy this weekend. The "Spring Breakers" star was spotted on Thursday and Friday coming out of her pilates class in Studio City, California.
On Thursday, the 24-year-old actress wore skin-tight spandex yoga pants and a grey tank top, exposing her black sports bra. She also wore a navy blue baseball cap over her long brown, disheveled hair, and seemed to exhibit a post-workout glow. The zebra-print waistband on her yoga pants was folded over, showing off her toned midriff.
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After class, Hudgens walked out of Pressed Juicery with a bag full of fresh, cold raw juices. Great way to hydrate, Nessa!
As The Huffington Post reports, it's no wonder the former "High School Musical" star looked so fit when she learned how to surf last week with friend and "Twilight" star Ashley Greene in Bali, Indonesia.
On Friday morning, Vanessa was again spotted coming out of her early Pilates class. She was wearing the same baseball cap, but this time she wore a sleeveless white tank with words in dripping black paint saying, "I need coffee."
She also wore cropped yoga pants with a plaid button-up shirt tied around her waist. This time, the zebra print pattern was on the sides of her pants.
As The Daily Mail reports, fans were recently shocked by how grown-up and edgy Vanessa had become in her role in the film "Spring Breakers."
She will also star alongside Danny Trejo, Jessica Alba and Lady Gaga in Robert Rodriguez' film "Machete Kills."
Her upcoming film, "The Frozen Ground," is also due to come out this year.
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