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Britt Baker in Two-Piece Workout Gear Looks "So Good"

Baker shared a new photo on Instagram of herself in olive green workout clothes.

Britt Baker is a successful wrestler. She is currently signed to AEW, and was the first woman to sign with them. Baker was previously with WWE Raw. Baker is an AEW Women's Champion. She is also a licensed dentist. Baker shared a new photo on Instagram of herself in olive green workout clothes. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Britt Baker stays in shape and the photos that prove they work.


She Works Out At Night

Baker shares her workout secrets with Muscle and Fitness. She says that she makes sure to get workouts in. Even if she's doing so late at night. "I'm, admittedly, a very late-night workout girl," shares Baker. "I'm at the gym, usually at 10pm, finishing up around 11.30pm or midnight. That's just how it works for me now because that's the only time I can fit in. When I'm home, in a typical day, I wake up, go to the dental office and I'm there sometimes until 7pm, come home, eat really quick, say hello to my boyfriend (who just happens to be fellow AEW superstar; Adam Cole then I go to the gym."


She Does Pilates

Baker is a big fan of Pilates. "I'm really big on Pilates too," she said to Muscle and Fitness. "It's something I have got way better at in the last year or so. I actually work with a stretch therapist twice a week just to help with my flexibility because I've had my fair share of injuries. I think one thing that is really important for your body is mobility."


She Believes In Moderation


Baker shared her diet in her Muscle and Fitness interview. She says that she believes in moderation. "If there's a piece of cake in front of me, or sweets, I will definitely eat those sweets. I'm not going to torture myself with food because I don't think food should be used as punishment or reward. If I want to eat something I will, but at the same time, I like to stay healthy, I like the healthy foods."


She Works Her Entire Body/slidetitle]

When it comes to fitness, Baker likes to focus on one body part at a time. "At least four days a week, I'm in the gym, picking a body part, whether it's legs or glutes or arms, shoulders," she explained to Muscle and Fitness. "That's pretty standard. We don't need to reinvent the wheel. I'm a big, big advocate on incline walking for my cardio. I broke my leg, I have bad knees, so running just does not work for me anymore, so I definitely love the incline walking and the stair master and, again, any type of HIIT fitness class, like F45."

[slidetitle num="5"]She Went For Her Goals

Baker talked about balancing her wrestling career with dental school with UpRoxx. She says that she wanted to go after her dreams. "It was such a hard time to balance the two of them that I think, deep down, in my gut, if I didn't think that I had what it takes to be successful with both of them, I wouldn't have pursued them both. So in a way I think I knew I could do it the whole time. But of course you doubt yourself, of course you hope and pray that you're going to get to wrestle on TV, or get to the end of dental school and get the DMD after your name. So there are kind of multi-answers to that question.

Anna Bechtel
Anna Bechtel is a freelance writer currently based in Hamden, CT. Read more
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