Hough says she gets "bored easily" so she mixes up her workouts with hiking, yoga, swimming, and of course, dancing, to stay motivated. The "Dancing With the Stars" judge says she swears by a cardio dance workout called Body by Simone, which mixes dancing with intervals of conditioning moves to target the upper and lower body and core.
"We do lots of mat work, body-weight moves and free weights," Hough told "Good Morning America." "The trampoline cardio might sound crazy, but it's a great low-impact option. As a dancer, you've got to take good care of your knees!"
Hough, a Fitbit ambassador, is bringing Body by Simone's full-body workout to a special live stream on ABCNews.com/live and the GMA Facebook page on Wednesday, Jan. 4 at 8 a.m. ET. Fitbit is a sponsor of "Good Morning America."
"It's important to remember that it’s not about getting the steps right, but just about keeping your heart rate up and having a good time," Hough told "GMA."
Watch the video above to join the live-stream workout. Read below for all you need to know about the Body by Simone routine and more lifestyle tips from Hough.
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"For me, I like it because it's definitely like a detoxifying thing but it also just gives you so much energy without the coffee," Hough said today on "GMA." "The things that I really like is kale and spinach and ginger...but if you need a little bit of sweetness you can put some carrot in there, some apple or pear, whatever you want."
Hough drinks hot water with lemon in the morning on her way to a workout.