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Alexandra Daddario in Two-Piece Workout Gear Does Chest Press

“Two hard working girls on vacation."

Alexandra Daddario is getting her sweat on in her two-piece. In a new social media post the White Lotus star flaunts her incredibly fit figure while pumping iron at the gym. "Two hard working girls on vacation," she captioned the series of Instagram snaps. How does the actress approach diet, fitness, and self-care? Here is everything you need to know about her lifestyle habits. 



Alexandra does a lot of yoga. "As a teenager, I think it's so easy to get sucked into what everyone else thinks is beautiful and what you're supposed to be doing. Luckily enough for me, I found out early on that beauty meant feeling confident. I started doing yoga around 18, and there was a confidence that that brought for me – a way of holding myself.  It wasn't about always looking good. I come out of yoga all sweaty and gross and smelling bad. But it would get me off to a great start every day," she told Vogue UK. "Free your hips and your mind will follow," she captioned a recent post. There are lots of benefits of doing yoga. "Researchers found that people who practiced yoga for at least 30 minutes once a week for at least four years, gained less weight during middle adulthood," Harvard Health says. "People who were overweight actually lost weight. Overall, those who practiced yoga had lower body mass indexes (BMIs) compared with those who did not practice yoga. Researchers attributed this to mindfulness. Mindful eating can lead to a more positive relationship with food and eating."


Acupuncture Treatments

Alexandra started acupuncture at the age of 23, when she was suffering from a frozen shoulder and claims that it helps with sleep and stress levels. "I'm obsessed. I've had the needles everywhere—all over my body," she told Women's Health. "New place-not going to move again for at least a month," she captioned a recent post of herself during a session. 


Gluten-Free Treats


Alexandra has a sweet tooth but keeps it healthy. "I have this cookbook and I've been making gluten-free treats for everyone. They're always gone in two days, because everyone in the household eats them. And you can't even tell they're gluten-free, so even the kids eat them sometimes," she told InStyle



"It's very important to take time for yourself, especially when you live a fast-paced life. It's good to disconnect from your phone and to read. Meditation is also great. I'm a huge proponent of therapy, too. It's also important to keep a really good group of friends and call people and check in on people. I think that there's something really valuable about not being afraid to reach out to someone and talk to them about how you're feeling. I think that really creates a bond, especially as you get older," she told Vogue UK


Strength Training

Alexandra relies on strength training sessions with Patrick Murphy to keep her body strong and sculpted. "Working out with Patrick makes me feel more confident in everyday life. I feel stronger and healthier — even more so than I did in my 20s,' she told Women's Health UK. "My back doesn't hurt anymore, my posture is better — his approach is to keep you feeling good and your joints working. Looking stronger is just a bonus."

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