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Ana de Armas Shares Swimsuit Photo Saying "Congratulations"

Here are her top lifestyle habits.

Ana de Armas is dominating fashion week – in a swimsuit. In a new post the Blonde star flaunts her amazing figure in a bathing suit top while gushing over Louis Vuittom designer Nicolas Ghesquiere. "I am so impressed by you. Congratulations again on this beautiful collection and show. Thank you and the entire @louisvuitton team for the most wonderful time, as always!" she captioned her Instagram post. How does the actress keep her body fit? Celebwell rounded up her top lifestyle habits.




Ana takes care of her mind. "I do meditate," she told Vogue . "I like it very much. When you start doing it and you're consistent with it, you realize how much it helps with all the things that come up for you," she said. "It's been a very intense year for everybody and I thought that it was important to figure out a way in which I could create space to take time for myself to think, meditate, feel good and healthy"




Ana enjoys Pilates. "I've been going to this beautiful pilates studio very close to my hotel. It's in this gorgeous old majestic building on the top floor with windows to the river," she told Vogue about the reformer, chair, and bench work that she credits for "keeping me sane."


No Crash Diets

Ana doesn't believe in following the stereotypical Hollywood crash diets. "It's hard not to get into that dynamic here, not to let them get inside your head. There are too many expectations," she told People en Español about maintaining sanity in Hollywood. "The truth is that I'm not very disciplined with diets. In general, I do whatever makes me happy in life and food makes me quite happy!"


Boxing, Spinning, Weight Training


Ana understands the importance of exercise. "Exercise also makes me happy, but it has to be fun. I do something different every day — one day boxing, the next spinning or weight training — to not get bored," she told People. Physical activity is anything that gets your body moving. Each week adults need 150 minutes of moderate-intensity physical activity and 2 days of muscle-strengthening activity, according to the current Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans.



Ana is an avid reader."I'm reading three books at the same time right now. But I always have this book on Buddhism on my nightstand. You can keep coming back to it. Every chapter is a good reminder of what matters. It gives you tools to know yourself better and to have more control over what you want and who you are," she told Vogue.

Leah Groth
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