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Country Music Star LeAnn Rimes Shares Rare Swimsuit Video

Here are some of her top health tools.

LeAnn Rimes is ready for the holiday season – in her swimsuit. In one of her latest social media posts, the country singer teases her upcoming Joy: The Holiday Tour in a bright red bathing suit. "When santa interupts your bathing session… looks like we're going on tour," she captioned the Instagram Reel. "Can we take a second to appreciate how amazing she looks?!?!" one of her followers commented. How does the singer take care of her body and mind? Here are some of her best health and wellness tools. 


Breathwork and Meditation

LeAnne stresses the importance of self-care. "About six months ago, I started really focusing on taking care of myself," she told People, revealing that breathwork and meditation have become a daily practice. "A big part of my life has been overriding my body because I've had to show up and be on all the time. I've had to care about what people think of me for so long. So not abandoning myself and what I need has been a big shift."



LeAnn exercises four days a week. "I take a jump rope with me everywhere I go, so it's easy to do and easy to do bodyweight workouts in my dressing room," she told Us Weekly. To get her backside in check she does lots of glute work. "I do like my butt," she confessed. "I did something on Instagram called Tight Tush Tuesday and everybody kind of freaked out about it, so it's become a thing. I work pretty hard on my butt." 


Workout Buddies

LeAnn's go-to fitness pal is husband Cibrian, who is "on the same page" as her when it comes to health and fitness. "He likes to be a boy when he works out and make noises and grunt and stuff. I'm like, 'I can't even deal with you right now,'" she revealed. They go on walks and hikes together, take SoulCycle classes, and help each other with healthy eating. "When I first met him, he was not the healthiest eater at all," she says. "But I think I've gotten him over on my team."



LeAnn loves doing yoga, which boasts a ton of health benefits. "Researchers found that people who practiced yoga for at least 30 minutes once a week for at least four years, gained less weight during middle adulthood," Harvard Health said. "People who were overweight actually lost weight. Overall, those who practiced yoga had lower body mass indexes (BMIs) compared with those who did not practice yoga. Researchers attributed this to mindfulness. Mindful eating can lead to a more positive relationship with food and eating."


Drum Box

LeAnn drum boxes. "This is all fun and games until john starts shouting opposite commands @drumboxing… 😂 if you're looking for a new workout class that tests your brain as much as your body, go check out their page. we LOVE it here!!" she captioned a recent post. 


Healthy Eating

LeAnn maintains a healthy diet. She starts the day with a green smoothie followed by a healthy lunch and dinner, maybe something with a cauliflower base, topped with a protein like marinated and baked tempeh or grilled chicken, and lots of greens and veggies. However, she does allow herself to indulge on occasion. "Sometimes nourishment is the cake, the chips, the pizza, and the mac and cheese," she told Women's Health.



Leah Groth
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