Bachelor Star Snezana Wood is a Knockout in Shower Photo
Snezana Wood is best known for her time on The Bachelor. She met her husband, Sam Wood, on the show. Since then, Wood has grown a large following on social media. She recently shared a swimsuit photo on her page. Wood received a lot of praise in the comments. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Snezana Wood stays in shape and the photos that prove they work.
She Eats Healthy Family Meals
Wood shared some of her wellness secrets in an interview with Body & Soul. She says that she and her family eats healthy meals for dinner together. "We have early 5.30/6pm dinners which I love and it's normally something quick, easy and usually dictated by the kids. A normal meal for us consists of lots of veggies and mixing up the protein each night. Also being Macedonian the bread is normally not too far away."
She Practices Mindfulness
Wood tells Body & Soul that she uses different apps to help with mindfulness. "I use the mindfulness component on the 28 by Sam Wood program which I absolutely love. It has Craig Harper who's the motivation expert, Anne Maree the mindfulness master and Hamish Blake doing guided meditations. I also use the Calm app when I feel I need something to help me sleep."
She Doesn't Let Her Blood Sugar Get Too Low
Wood tells Body & Soul that she likes to eat healthy lunches and healthy snacks to prevent her blood sugar from being too low. "The 3pm slump is what happens when you haven't eaten as well as you should have prior. Best way to beat this is by having a great nutritious lunch that won't have you spike then crash and burn at 3pm. Alternatively, coffee and chocolate never fails!"
She Does HIIT Workouts
Wood uses her husband's workout program to help her stay in shape. "They're full-body and great for my core," she told Women's Health. "Plus the HIIT style means I burn fat and tone muscle without having to spend hours in the gym." UC Davis Health states that HIIT has a lot of benefits. "HIIT and other high-intensity exercise programs help you burn a lot of calories in a short amount of time. Research has also showed that you keep burning calories for hours after your workout is finished. These workouts typically cause you to burn more fat and build muscle. Studies have also showed that high-intensity workouts may help lower blood pressure and heart rate."
She Put Herself First
In an interview with The Inner West Mums, Wood shared her advice for single moms that want to date. "Yes it's hard, and yes you need to juggle a lot and learn to be happy by yourself before you can throw yourself into a relationship. Find out who you are and enjoy your own company. You don't normally get time to yourself with children, but you can find it when you don't have a partner in the mix. Enjoy that time and when you know who you are, and what you want, let it start slowly."