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Lola Vice in Two-Piece Workout Gear Shows Off Her Smile

She wore lavender workout gear, and her impressive abs were on display.

Lola Vice is the stage name of Valerie Loureda. Vice is a female wrestler, who wrestles with WWE's NXT brand. She has won four matches. Vice shared a stunning new photo on her Instagram story. In it, she wore lavender workout gear, and her impressive abs were on display. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Lola Vice stays in shape and the photos that prove they work.


She's Driven

Vice shares some of her fitness secrets in an interview with Vital Proteins. She says that she is driven to stay in shape. "Honestly, it's all about how bad you want it. There are days where I am less motivated than others, but I remind myself of my dreams and everything I want to accomplish, and it helps me push through the workout."


She Train Fasts

Vice opened up about her diet and when she eats to Vital Proteins. She says that she doesn't eat before doing a workout. "Every morning, I train fasted – meaning I don't eat anything before working out. Afterward, I usually have some sort of protein, a carb and healthy fat like avocado. As for why I train fasted, I find, in my experience, it's a great way to maintain my weight. I also feel lean while exercising."


She Takes Collagen


Vice likes to take supplements. She shared with Vital Proteins that she loves to take collagen. "For about a month now, I've been adding two scoops of the Collagen Peptides in my coffee every morning and I have seen a drastic change in my hair, nails and skin. I also use Vital Performance™ RECOVER after every training session and I feel immediately renovated."


She Does Yoga

Vice shared some of her favorite workouts in her interview with Vital Proteins. "On active recovery days, doing yoga is my go-to because it helps to release the lactic acid from my legs and the next morning I am not as sore." Yoga also has other benefits. Harvard Health states, "Yoga develops inner awareness. It focuses your attention on your body's abilities at the present moment. It helps develop breath and strength of mind and body. It's not about physical appearance. Yoga studios typically don't have mirrors. This is so people can focus their awareness inward rather than how a pose — or the people around them — looks. Surveys have found that those who practiced yoga were more aware of their bodies than people who didn't practice yoga. They were also more satisfied with and less critical of their bodies. For these reasons, yoga has become an integral part in the treatment of eating disorders and programs that promote positive body image and self-esteem."


She Ignores What Others Think

Lola Vice/Instagram

Vice shared her advice for others in an interview with Muscle & Fitness. "I would say don't listen to what anybody has to say about you, because you have to be yourself and stay true to yourself in order to be recognized by the world," she said. "And if I would have listened to what anybody said about me, I wouldn't be in the position where I am now. And just because I don't look like I'm the stereotype in my sport doesn't mean I don't have the same level and the same talent. So I would tell girls to stay true to themselves. Be yourself, and work a hundred times harder than everyone else in your career. Stay true to your passion and just grow and shine—don't let anybody tell you otherwise."


Anna Bechtel
Anna Bechtel is a freelance writer currently based in Hamden, CT. Read more
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