Katherine Jenkins Shares Swimsuit Video "Lake Swimming"
Katherine Jenkins is getting in a morning swim – in her swimsuit. In one of her most recent social media posts, the singer shows off her incredible body in a black bathing suit as she takes a swim in the pool. "Please can I start every show day like this? 🙏🏼 #swim #lakeswimming #Tourlife #austria #wales," she captioned the Instagram Reel. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Katherine Jenkins stays in shape and the photos that prove they work.
Katherine detailed her approach to exercise to Women Fitness. "I separate my workouts into cardio & strength. On a cardio day, I either run or take a class like Barry's Bootcamp or Soul Cycle. On a strength day, I work at home with my trainer Mel Deane using weights, TRX, bands etc," she said.
She Is a "Pescatarian-Vegan"
"I am a pescetarian-vegan in remembrance of my friend Polly Humphries, who passed away from cancer and ate a plant-based diet," Katherine told The Guardian about her diet. "Breakfast is porridge with almond milk. Lunch is salad with tuna or tofu. Dinner is roasted veg with salmon and salad. I enjoy a glass of wine on holiday, but alcohol's effect on the voice means none while performing."
Katherine revealed to Women Fitness that she drinks "at least 2 litres of water a day." 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.
Katherine got into the best shape of her life while on the American version of Strictly Come Dancing. "I know people are worried, but they shouldn't be," she said at the time. "I'm pigging out on everything – pizza, fries, sushi, cake. More than I've ever eaten in my life," she added. "I did six hours of dance practice today and will do eight hours tomorrow.
She Rests When She Can
Katherine rests when she can. "I get up at 6.30am to feed my seven-month-old son, Xander, but as a morning person, I have lots of energy. I get less sleep than I should – I'm never in bed before 11pm. Luckily I'm good at napping on planes or in the car. My husband Andrew works on West Coast time, starting at 3pm and finishing at three in the morning," she told The Guardian.