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Lucifer's Lesley-Ann Brandt in Two-Piece Workout Gear is "Pure Gold"

Here is everything you need to know about her lifestyle habits. 

Lesley-Ann Brandt is dancing at the gym in her two-piece workout gear. In a new social media post the Lucifer star shows off her amazing body, including flat abs, in a matching exercise set prior to pumping iron. "Hahahahaha! This is pure gold!" commented one of her followers. How does she approach diet, fitness, and self-care? Here is everything you need to know about her lifestyle habits. 


Hardcore Workouts

Brandt doesn't mess around at the gym. She spends five days a week training with Paolo Mascitti. "The reason why Paolo and I work so well together is that fitness is just a part of our lives — almost like another limb," she told Shape. "He also understands what every woman's body is different. I'm turning 40 this year, and he understands where I'm at with my metabolism and what my body needs to maintain muscle mass and strength so I can continue doing what I love."


Strength, Flexibility, Agility, and Endurance

During their hour-long sessions they focus on overall strength, flexibility, agility, and endurance, Mascitti told Shape. "We do a lot of plyometric exercises combined with strength training to accommodate her need to move quickly and for long periods of time while she's shooting."


Resistance Training and HIIT


"To mix things up, we usually focus two or three sessions on resistance training, and two to three sessions of high-intensity interval training," he added. There is lots of research backing up the benefits of HIIT workouts, including body fat reduction, improved cardiovascular function, and mental health. It is also time effective. 


Plant-Based Diet

Brandt sticks to a plant-based diet. "I always have a fridge full of vegetables," she says. She sticks to whole foods like quinoa, lentils, and beans and tries to avoid fake meats for the most part. "I'll be honest, I do love an Impossible Burger, but I honestly just fell in love with trying different cuisines, new recipes, and finding new ways to fuel my body and keep me energized," she said. 


Exercise Is Her Destresser and Helps Her Sleep

"I've never viewed fitness as a job. In fact, I feel bad when I'm not moving because I know what the benefits are, not just physically, but mentally. Sometimes, when I've had a really busy, stressful day and have worked 15-17 hours, I still make time to work out because I want the endorphins and want to sleep better at night, too," she told Shape. 

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