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Brittany Mahomes Shows Off Fit Figure "Bringing it Back to Belize"

“Bringing it back to Belize with a film flashback,” the magazine captioned a still image.

Brittany Mahomes is heating up social media in her swimsuit. In a recent post shared by Sports Illustrated, Patrick Mahomes' wife flaunts her amazing figure in a tiny bathing suit during her Swimsuit Edition shoot in Belize. "Bringing it back to Belize with a film flashback," the magazine captioned a still image. How does the 28-year-old former soccer player approach diet and fitness?  Here is everything you need to know about her lifestyle habits.


Healthy Diet


Brittany eats wholesome, healthy meals, which include a lot of rice bowls with lean meats, like chicken or fish, white rice, and veggies. She also likes salads. For dinners, her go-to "is always a taco night," she told Eating Well. "It's so easy to throw together and to get the whole family involved in the cooking process. Both Patrick and the kids love it."


Workout Buddy

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Brittany's workout buddy is her NFL star husband, who she trains. "But when we train together, you know, we just kind of push each other and like," she told Men's Health. "I obviously never win, if we are training or racing or anything, but I feel like me pushing hard makes him push harder."



Brittany makes sure to get plenty of sleep. "This offseason, I woke up, you know, early with him every day. So we were on the same schedule. We had to go to bed early because we had to get up early and go train together. I think that's played a huge role in just keeping him motivated," she told Men's Health. 


Strength Training

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Brittany is all about strength training. "Staying active and being in the gym has been a huge part of my life," she said in a December 2023 interview with Eating Well. After her sports career was over she realized that "being in the gym was something that I remained super passionate about," she added. "I enjoy strength training and lifting weights mostly."She recently posted this video of her lower-body routine. It includes simple but effective moves including deadlift squats, back leg swings, and one leg back leg swings. "Raise your hand if you love leg days, even when they are brutal," she captioned it. 



Brittany added to Eating Well that "walks with the kids and the dogs," also help keep her in shape. 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.

Leah Groth
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