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Jessie J Shares Swimsuit Photos About "Self Love"

Here are her go-to lifestyle habits

Jessie J is sharing a message of self-love in her swimsuit. In a new social media post the singer shows off her gorgeous body in a bathing suit while dropping an open and honest message about body confidence with her followers. "Im not afraid to admit that I have got a little lost along the way for various reasons recently with self love. This is a hard reminder I am still here alive and will burn if I don't put factor 50 on dat a**," she captioned the post. "Love it, normalising Natural Beauty," one of her followers commented. "Jess u look amazing," added another. How does the singer approach health and wellness? Celebwell rounded up her top lifestyle habits. 



When Jessie added exercise to her life in 2012, she felt better than ever. "I found that my immune system was better and I wasn't getting sick, I looked better, my clothes fit better, my heart was better, my skin was better, and I just felt better," she told Shape. "I attracted nicer people because I was nicer and happier, and more inspired. It really affects your mood. There are some grumpy people I just want to take to a fitness class, so they can shake out some of the sad sweat!"


Pairing Workouts to Her Mood

"If I move, it's good," Jessie told Shape. "Sometimes I just want to stretch, and I don't want to do any weights, or I just want to use my own bodyweight and do squats, lunges, or jump around, kind of getting to know my own body in some way. Other days, I do deadlifts and barbell squats, and I love sled pushes. I really feel the burn the next day. For cardio, I like rowing and cycling. But I can't run-I get bored." 


Traveling with Exercise Necessities


"I travel everywhere with a foam roller, plus protein water, my vegan protein powder, and a d. Usually there's a gym everywhere I go, or I can just go work out outside. I think it's important to educate yourself on how you can work out without any machinery," Jessie told Shape. 



"I'm quite flexible and I used to dance, so I like to make sure that I keep my flexibility. I think sometimes you can get so obsessed with fitness that you get stiff-I have really tight hip flexors. That's why I started doing aerial yoga recently," Jessie told Shape. 


Plant-Based, Low-Sugar Diet


"So, four years ago, I cut out sugar from my diet to try and stop bacteria from building up in my body," Jessie told Plant Based News in 2019. "Once I cut out sugar, I realized how much I began to enjoy food when it was good for me—and it was balancing out everything—my health, my moods, my sleep." 



In her new social media post, Jessie goes for a bike ride. The Cleveland Clinic explains that biking, a low-impact aerobic exercise, is great for building muscle, improving strength and flexibility, and improving balance. It can also boost mental health and help other health conditions, including arthritis. 

Leah Groth
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