Madisyn Shipman Shares Swimsuit Photo Feeling "Positive"
Madisyn Shipman is sharing positive thoughts in her swimsuit. In a new social media post the Nickelodeon star turned Playboy model shows off her gorgeous body in a bathing suit while sending a message of self-love to her followers. "How you love yourself is how you teach others to love you ❤️ What are some positive affirmations that you tell yourself daily?" she captioned the Instagram post. How does the 20-year-old approach health and wellness? Celebwell has the lowdown on her top diet and fitness habits.
One way that Madisyn makes sure she is eating healthy is by preparing her own meals. "I'm actually a pretty good cook. One of my new favorite recipes are elk meatballs in a creamy garlic sauce!" she recently dished to Just Jared.
Madisyn spends a lot of time in the gym. "For the last few months I have been working on gaining lean muscle. I try to work out at least 4-6 times a week and workouts vary from video instructed infrared sauna workouts to HIIT training. I've implemented some weight lifting into my regimen as well. My form is not perfect by any means but I'm doing it and for me-that's a win. If I had to choose a preference it would be kettlebell training. There are a lot of days that I don't want to get out of bed. If you're looking at greats in anything in life – any walk of life – the greats to things even when they don't want to. That's the separation," she captioned a recent TikTok.
Madisyn is very driven. "I'm very into personal development. I went to my first UPW before COVID and I attribute a lot of my growth to having a strong mindset. I'm constantly working on being the best version of myself. My mentor Traci Porterfield is a strong vessel in holding me accountable," she told Just Jared.
Madisyn stays active with the help of sports like soccer. "This is your sign to go shoot your shot," she captioned a post. Mercedes Carnethon, MD, told the American Heart Assocation that soccer is a great workout for many reasons. "It is a game of continuous running and with very little stopping," said Carnethon, an associate professor of preventive medicine at Northwestern University in Chicago. "It also has anaerobic elements – that high intensity where you're sprinting and then resting – you're constantly moving." Sports researcher Peter Krustrup, who has spent more than 15 years studying the health benefits of soccer, added that recreational-level play and soccer-related exercise drills can help reduce cholesterol and blood pressure. Soccer also can help shift body composition by decreasing fat and increasing lean muscle.
Madisyn swears by the benefits of meditation. "I often don't share my personal struggles but I have shared that I do suffer from anxiety. While I am open to medications personally I chose a more holistic approach. Meditation has been a great tool for myself. For me, it creates a stillness in my life. Being still and present allows the universe to talk to me. It keeps me calm and centered to where I'm able to eliminate the noise. It's all about your state of mind," she wrote on Instagram.
Hot and Cold Therapies
Madisyn takes advantage of hot and cold therapies. "I typically start my mornings with a workout, cold plunge and infrared sauna session. My sleep patterns and mood have radically improved since I started implementing this into my daily routine," she told Just Jared.