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Ashley Park in Two-Piece Workout Gear Shares Gym Selfie From Paris

Here is everything you need to know about her lifestyle habits. 

Ashley Park is getting her sweat on in a fancy gym. In a new mirror selfie shared from Paris, the Emily in Paris star flaunts her washboard abs during a sweat session. She shared the photo in an Instagram Stories image. How does the actress, 32, approach diet and fitness? Here is everything you need to know about her lifestyle habits. 


Plant-Based Diet

Park, who was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia at 15, a type of cancer of the blood and bone marrow, has to be careful what she eats. She generally maintains a plant-based diet, but does eat meat on occasion. "I am highly anemic because of what I went through with my cancer," she told Shape. "So, I do like a nice steak every once in a while." She tries to keep dairy and gluten to a minimum. "When I'm in America, those things don't sit that well with me," she says. "But, for some reason, when I am in Europe, I can eat an entire bread basket and so much cheese, and it's fine."


Personal Training Sessions


Park told Women's Health that she relies on personal training over exercise classes to stay in shape. "I don't do personal sessions because I'm fancy," she said. "It's literally because if I take a class, I will find a way to cheat. When someone is one-on-one with me, it's such good accountability."


Running, Dancing, Cycling, Yoga

Park maintains variety with exercise. "I've done everything — I had a big yoga phase, a big cycling phase, a big running phase," she lists. "And I've always loved dancing," she told Shape. 



Park aso loves Pilates, which she tries to do three times a week, she told Women's Health. "It feels very athletic, but it's low impact," she added to Shape. "I sweat a ton and feel much stronger when I am done with it. Similar to dance, you use a lot of different muscles and there's a real mind-body connection that happens with it."


Daily Exercise

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Park makes sure to get in some form of exercise daily. "I have to move every day," she told Shape. "That can be hard with my filming schedule, so I've learned that to stay motivated, I have to adjust what type of physical activity can fit into my life at any given moment."

Leah Groth
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