Jessica Simpson Shows Off 100 Pound Weight Loss in Swimsuit Feeling "Thirsty"
Jessica Simpson is setting a thirst trap in her swimsuit. In a recent social media post the singer and mother-of-three shows off her impressive 100-pound weight loss in a leopard bathing suit. "THIRSTY," she captioned the jaw-dropping Instagram photo, throwing her followers into a frenzy. "Legs for days!!!" commented one. "Parched," added another. How did the singer, 43, lose 100 pounds? Celebwell rounded up her top lifestyle habits that helped her get into the best shape of her life.
Getting Her Eating Habits "Right"
After Jessica welcomed her third child, she gained a lot of weight. She believes it was due mostly to a poor diet. "I went to a nutritionist, and I needed to get my eating habits right," she recently told Extra.
Harley Pasternak, Jessica's trainer, told People that his star client avoids weighing herself. "I never work with scales. My work with her is more about the habits she's created and kept up. And as a byproduct of doing these habits, she lost 100 pounds," he said. She added to Today: "I have no idea how much I weigh," she said. "I just want to feel good and be able to zip my pants up. If I don't, I have another size. I have every size."
Jessica works out with Harley Pasternak regularly. At one point she was doing 45-minute strength and weight training sessions three days a week. She also gets a lot of steps in, starting her fitness journey with a goal of 6,000 steps per day, eventually building up to 14,000, per E! News. "It's a social thing that she can do with her kids," Pasternak said about walking.
Jessica is all about pushing herself. "First day back at it and I'm already hurtin' and feelin' real dramatic about being sore. I have been craving this, but procrastinating. One work out and I am determined to not let myself down. Although I will be eating a brownie to give myself some points!" she captioned an Instagram post of herself on the treadmill.
Jessica regularly does yoga, a great workout according to Harvard Health. "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," they 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."