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Love is Blind's Jessica Vestal in Two-Piece Workout Gear Does Solidcore 

Here are her lifestyle tips.

Jessica Vestel is heating up the gym in her workout gear. In a new video the Love Is Blind star flaunts her flat abs in brown leggings and a matching crop top as she films a selfie video. In it she explains that she "wanted to be nearly crawling out of" her Solidcore workout. How does the reality star approach diet and fitness? Here is everything you need to know about her routine. 


Weight Loss

Jessica recently revealed that she lost weight. "Slowly getting back into my normal routine + the gym," she captioned an Instagram Stories shared April 9. "My social anxiety was so bad after lib premiered, I basically stopped going and lost 8lbs."


Crohn's Disease


One of Jessica's main motivators to exercise is treating her autoimmune disorder. She suffers from Crohn's disease—a chronic inflammatory bowel disease that affects the GI tract.



Jessica relies on Pilates in the form of Solidcore classes. "I try to have some kind of physical activity every day, whether that be weightlifting or a solid core class. Obviously, I have Autumn, and she keeps me very active," she told Glamour. "[solidcore] is a high-intensity, low-impact full-body workout on a pilates-inspired reformer," the brand explains on their website. "With the lights down and music up, you'll find a stronger version of yourself by the first song change. Our core workout utilizes slow and controlled movements scientifically designed to break down muscles [to failure] so they build back stronger."



Jessica also relies on self-care methods, including talk therapy. "I'm also trying to incorporate therapy back into my regimen, which is invaluable. Typically, self-care for me means facials and massages, so I'm trying to incorporate those things back in slowly," she told Glamour. According to the Mayo Clinic, studies support the many benefits of getting a regular rub down. These include stress reduction, lessening pain and muscle tightness, increased relaxation, and improved immunity. 



Jessica Vestal/Instagram

"Staying active/weightlifting was an integral part in achieving remission with Crohn's disease," she said. "I'm more prone to getting sick and having flare ups if I don't keep weight on, so while it may sound nice to some, it is detrimental for me to have lost weight." She added in the Instagram Stories: "Steadily trying to get back on track."

Leah Groth
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