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The Healthy Habits Kevin Costner Follows Make 67 Look So Darn Good

Actor, film director, and producer Kevin Costner is an all-time favorite celeb. From his many starring roles over the years, including Eliot Ness in The Untouchables (1987), Tom Farrell from No Way Out (1987), "Crash" Davis in Bull Durham (1988), Lt. John J Dunbar in Dances with Wolves (1990)—just to name a small handful—to four amazing seasons of the ever-so-popular Peacock show, Yellowstone, it's clear Costner has his act together on and off the screen. In the Taylor Sheridan series, Kevin Costner portrays John Dutton, the cool-as-can-be patriarch, protecting his precious Yellowstone Dutton Ranch in Montana all while keeping family matters in check. He does this while looking so fit and good at 67—whether Dutton is riding a horse, in a helicopter, driving a pick-up truck, or rocking a cowboy hat.

There's so much more to Kevin Costner than bringing so many great characters to us on screen, and we've learned the star's life secrets and healthy habits he follows at 67. Perhaps his priorities, positive choices, and activities are what help him stay young and at the top of his game. After all, studies have shown that individuals who endure less stress are in better moods and even have lower heart rates when participating in things they truly love. Indulging in artistic activities for as little as 8 ½ hours each month positively impacts mental well-being, too. Simply put, it's important to live life doing what you're passionate about, and it seems like Kevin Costner is doing exactly that.

Read on to learn more about the actor's healthy habits, and next up, don't miss The 6 Best Exercises for Strong and Toned Arms in 2022, Trainer Says.

He has many positive interests, including being a family man and a humanitarian

Christine Baumgartner and Kevin Costner

It's clear that Kevin Costner loves life—and it loves him right back at 67 years old. According to Hollywood Insider, the celebrity has many positive, wonderful interests, and one is being a humanitarian. He has invested a great deal to help maintain a clean and healthy world. Costner is also quite dedicated to his family. He took a four-year acting hiatus to spend family time with his wife and kids, and it's reported that he hopes and prays his children will always have him around.

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He's a musician who prefers his performances to be "up-close and personal experiences"

Kevin Costner and Modern West onstage performance

The talented actor also happens to be a popular musician and toured with "Kevin Costner & Modern West," his country rock band, during his time away from the acting scene (via Hollywood Insider). The Instagram page @kevincostnermodernwest has 879K followers who are always showing love and support for the star's work. A recent video shows Costner on stage at The Homestead Festival, and imposed on the video in bold print is, "One of my favorite parts of touring… ending every show with a champagne toast." Hey, life's too short not to pop a bottle of bubbly, right? The video generated more than 37.6K likes and so many positive comments.

According to the Kevin Costner & Modern West website, Costner likes performances to be "up-close and personal experiences," with a preference for a standing audience, so he can connect with fans in a greater way than simply handshaking and autographs.

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He stays active and moving, taking "the biggest bite out of life that's possible"

Kevin Costner

Costner revealed that he's lucked out with many things in his life, one of them being his ability to remain healthy. He said (via GQ), "How do I stay healthy at this age? I have little children, and I work hard at playing harder than them," adding, "I love a little horseback riding, followed by taking the kids out to the tide pools and just running around looking for crabs. I've been real lucky about a lot of things in my life, but one of the things has been this ability to stay healthy. I think one of the big things that helps me is that I don't sit it out. I move. I get out there and take the biggest bite out of life that's possible."

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