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It's obvious how hard Kate Hudson works for her super toned body, but the actress swears that, no matter how much work you're putting in, you have to do one thing to stay in shape: get your mind right.

E! News' Erin Lim caught up with the actress at an event for her athletic wear line, Fabletics, and CFDA on Tuesday night to discuss how she maintains her famously fit body.

"I think a little bit of it is genes," she began. "Like, I need to work on my butt all the time or else it falls. I gain in my face and my butt."

However, she also admitted that she enjoys working out, which plays a huge part in maintaining her fitness routine.

"I actually really love to work out," she continued. "You need to find what you love. It becomes more about shifting your brain focus to actually enjoy getting your body [in shape]. I was a dancer, so for me, if I don't work out for a week or move my body in some sense, I feel weird."

Kate Hudson, Fabletics

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Still, Hudson knows how women's bodies vary so much, and she encourages everyone to accept that, no matter their fitness. In fact, body diversity is a huge factor in Fabletics' designs.

"It's challenging to create this brand, coming from a design perspective," she explained. "What would fit my body would not fit my best friend's body, who is like a size double G."

She continued, "So we just really try to design for all women, all shapes and all sizes and not discriminate any body type. I think any message behind a lifestyle brand should embrace everyone."

Someone might look at her and think she doesn't know how to design for different bodies, considering she has one of the best in the business, and she admits that can be true.

"Sometimes I'm like, 'I don't know what that feels like or how to do that,'" she said. "So we have a great design team who works with all different body types."

As for her favorite product right now? Hudson is obsessed with their high-waisted leggings. "They just make me happy because the keep everything in!"