Bebe Rexha in Two-Piece Workout Gear Shares Treadmill Workout
Bebe Rexha is breaking a sweat in her two-piece workout gear. In a new social media post, the singer heats up the gym, showing off her incredible curves in sexy exercise gear while singing one of her new songs as she sweats. "A little morning cardio to our new song 'Deep In Your Love' by @alok and Me xoxoxo," she captioned the Instagram clip. Why is walking on the treadmill a great workout and what other ways does Bebe stay fit? Celebwell has all the details.
Adding Incline Burns More Energy, AKA Calories
Going for a daily walk can be a game changer in terms of exercise, especially at a brisk speed. One study published in JAMA Internal Medicine found that walking at a brisk pace for about 30 minutes a day led to a reduced risk of heart disease, cancer, dementia and death, compared with walking a similar number of steps but at a slower pace. Adding some incline is a great way to up your heart rate, says The Diet Diva, Tara Collingwood, MS, RDN, CSSD, LD/N, ACSM-CPT, a Board Certified Sports Dietitian. "However, be careful with how much and how long you do the incline. Start with just a few degrees for a few minutes. Bring it back down for a few minutes and raise it again, repeating several times in interval style. I have seen people get injured by doing too much incline too quickly and not letting their body acclimate to it," she recently told our sister site, The Body Network. It also helps you burn more calories fast.
Bebe Also Prioritizes Healthy Eating
Bebe tries to eat healthy. "When I have a bad week of eating, I feel so nasty — like when I eat tons of chips or croissants and whatever," she told People. She also enjoys cooking. "I absolutely love hosting dinner parties for my friends," she added to Us. "I enjoy cooking Italian dishes. Penne alla vodka is my [specialty]!" Another one of her got-to dishes? "I love baking banana bread."
Hydration Is Key, Bebe Says
Bebe also hydrates. "When I eat healthier and I drink more water and then I do even a little exercising or just try to live a little bit more actively, I feel so much better: I feel so much healthier, I feel so much sexier, and it's for myself. So I feel like that's a really important thing for me, to stay active and eat well."
One of Bebe's favorite ways to stay fit? "I love boxing and have started training a lot during the pandemic," she told Us. Per Harvard Health, boxing is a great way to build strength, improve balance, posture, hand-eye coordination, boost mood and endurance, and helps increase alertness.
According to Bebe hikes are "really good" for her mental health and keeps her "really focused." The National Parks Service agrees, adding that hiking helps build stronger muscles and bones, improves your sense of balance, improves your heart health, and decreases the risk of certain respiratory problems.
She Also Works Out with a Trainer
"I work out with my trainer Jeanette [Jenkins]; we change it up," Bebe told Health. "One day we'll do yoga; one day we'll do Pilates. We can run one day or box, which is my favorite. When I go to different places, I'll try to run or go to the gym—or I'll take cycling classes or boxing classes wherever I am. And I deal with my anxiety by working out. I can get out my aggression or anything I'm feeling I just want to get rid of. I also see my therapist. It's very helpful to talk to somebody."