Death and Other Details Star Violett Beane Shares Swimsuit Photo Saying "Let's Goooo"
Violett Beane is swimsuit clad in Death and Other Details. In a new social media post the star of the new Hulu show flaunts her incredibly fit figure in a few bathing suits while promoting the highly hyped series. "@deathdetailshulu episodes one and two are up on Hulu! Go go go stream it 🙂 we spent hours putting body makeup on for this moment right here. Let's goooo," she captioned the series of Instagram snaps. How does the young star approach health and wellness? Celebwell has all the details about her lifestyle habits.
Eating What She Wants
Violett loves baking, "and still plan to open a bakery at some point!" she told Just Jared Jr. "I'm most likely lactose intolerant, but I love cheese too much to stop eating it," she added. "And I make the best guacamole EVER, just trust me, it's killer." In another Just Jared Jr. interview, she revealed that she allows herself to indulge. "Well thanks for thinking I'm 'fit' but I don't follow anything too strict. I try to be realistic with myself–I love chocolate and tacos and pizza," she said.
Hiking and Rock Climbing
Violett is a big hiker and spends a lot of time in nature. "I have a new found love for bouldering (rock climbing w/o a belay)" she told Just Jared Jr. According to the National Parks Service, the physical benefits of hiking include:
- Building stronger muscles and bones
- Improving your sense of balance
- Improving your heart health
- Decreasing the risk of certain respiratory problems
Violett has been a vegetarian since childhood. "The heaviness of meat can weigh you down mentally and physically. The amount of resources such as water and electricity that you are using to produce animals is so much greater than it is for crops. And the greenhouse gas emissions from all of the production from animals is insane. Humans are the only species that drink another animal's milk. If you think about it we stopped drinking our mother's milk when we were really young. Why are we drinking someone else's?" she said in a statement from peta2. "When I go to the gym, I have more energy to work out," she said about the benefits of maintaining a meat-free diet. "I feel so much better physically."
Violett makes sure to break a sweat. "I exercise 2-4 times a week, because I think it's important to keep your body moving, but I don't want to portray a false image of myself in the media. A lot of the woman's bodies you see in magazines and on TV have come from hundreds of hours and thousands of dollars spent on personal trainers, health cleanses, and unfortunately sometimes unhealthy means. I want to be a part of the movement that tells little girls their bodies are enough and beautiful," she told Just Jared Jr.
You can often find Violett taking her dog, Kora, on long walks. 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.