Leigh-Anne Pinnock in Bathing Suit is "Honeymooning With You"
Leigh-Anne Pinnock is honeymooning in the tropics – in her swimsuit. The Little Mix singer shows off her incredible body in a bathing suit in one of her latest social media posts, a compilation of honeymoon photos taken during her vacation in Turks and Caicos. "Honeymooning with you 🥰❤️I miss this and I miss you 💔" she captioned the series of snaps. How does the mother-of-two maintain her fit physique? Read on to see 6 ways Leigh-Anne Pinnock stays in shape and the photos that prove they work
Her Diet Is Plant-Based
Leigh-Anne maintains a meat-free diet. "I just turned vegan and for me, it's making me eat so much healthier – it's just vegetables all the time, so let's see how long I can last," she told Glamour.
She Promotes Body Positivity
Leigh-Anne's personal trainer Aimee Victoria Long told The Sun that Leigh-Anne exercises "for health benefits and to feel strong, rather than someone who is stuck to getting a number on a scale, but she is back to a size six again," she said, adding that her star client is big on body positivity. "She really embraces her body, she seems to love her body and never says anything negative about it, but she wanted to be strong, healthy and fit for the children."
She Uses Body Weight to Build Muscle
Leigh-Anne can get a good workout in "just using a resistance band, a mat, some ankle weights and some light handweights," Long revealed. Long trains her three times a week, and incorporates three things into every workout: Pilates, barre, and body weight conditioning. She also takes classes."I love legs, bums and tums classes," Leigh-Anne added to Glamour.
She Meal Plans
Leigh-Anne maintains that meal planning helps her stay on track. "I tried to follow a plan – my trainer put together a 'things to eat on what day' and [I had] to keep it all in tupperware and then each day I [could] have certain things, but it's so time consuming. It's long," she told Cosmopolitan.
She Rides Bikes
While on her honeymoon, Leigh-Anne took a bike ride with her husband. 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.