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Influencer Kady McDermott Shares Swimsuit Photo With Joanna Chimonides

Here are her lifestyle habits.

Kady McDermott is looking white hot with Joanna Chimonides in her swimsuit. In a new social media post, the Love Island beauty teams up with another former contestant and shows off her amazing body in a white bathing suit. "The blonde to my brunette," Joanna wrote about the photo. How does the brown-haired beauty maintain her amazing body? Celebwell rounded up her top lifestyle habits. 


Weight Training

Kady relies on strength and weight training to tone her figure. "The good thing about my workout routine is that all the exercises you can do literally anywhere, no gym machines are needed," she told Women Fitness. "I love leg day so my go to routine are lunges, walking lunges, squats, squat holds, jumping squats and then ab exercises (crunches, v holds and sit ups)." She trains four or five times a week for 45 minutes per session, she told Daily Star. "I mainly focus on my lower body, so things that work the glutes, legs, and abs," she said.


No Processed Foods

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Kady stays away from processed foods. "I just try to eat well and I'm lucky that I really love healthy food. I tend to eat lots of protein and vegetables while trying to avoid carbs and sugar," she told Daily Star. "That usually means I end up scoffing lots of chicken, eggs, smoked salmon, steak and cottage cheese. I make my own pizzas that are full of protein, too, and I love pancakes with blueberries and raspberries."


No Sugar


"Getting rid of your belly fat is pretty much down to changing your diet and quitting sugar in particular," Kady told Daily Star. "Sugar is basically just useless calories and if you consume too much it's stored as fat directly on your stomach."



Kady recommends cardio. "Cardio is good for burning those excess calories, so going for a run or doing a high intensity workout is a good idea," she told Daily Star. "Remember: Cardiovascular training is any activity that increases your heart rate for a set amount of time. Explore a variety of options at home, outdoors and in the gym. You might try walking, running, cycling, swimming, cross-country skiing, stair climbing or jumping rope. Need more convincing? Cross-training can help reduce your risk of injury by challenging and strengthening muscles and joints that don't get used much during your normal routine," says the Mayo Clinic.



Kady drinks water and coconut water. According to the Mayo Clinic, hydration is important for a variety of reasons. Water helps get rid of waste through urination, perspiration, and bowel movements, keeps your temperature normal, lubricates and cushions joints, and helps protect sensitive tissues.



Kady is a fan of yoga. "Yoga mornings," she captioned an Instagram clip. "Studies have suggested possible benefits of yoga for several aspects of wellness, including stress management, mental/emotional health, promoting healthy eating/activity habits, sleep, and balance," says the NIH.

Leah Groth
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