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Masked Singer's Rita Ora Shares Bikini Photo From Fun Weekend

Here are her lifestyle habits.

Rita Ora is heating up New Zealand in her swimsuit. In a new social media post shared over the weekend, the singer shows off her amazing body in a bathing suit while vacationing at Piwakawaka Point Estate in Lake Wānaka. "I can't begin to explain the weekend I have had. Thank you for these memories @piwakawakapoint," she captioned the series of snaps. "Sexyyyyyyy," commented pal Bebe Rexha. "The most beautiful Queen in the world," added one of her followers. How does the singer approach diet and fitness? Celebwell rounded up her top health habits. 


Regular Exercise

Rita is devoted to fitness. "I might go to the gym three times a week and then I'll definitely do a Pilates class, so it's not always weights," she recently told Women's Health.


Traveling with Exercise Equipment


Rita doesn't use traveling as an excuse to skip a workout. "I always travel with 1KG and 2KG dumbbells, ankle weights, and a medium resistance band," she told WH. "If I can't do a workout, I just use the ankle weights and wear them when we're around town, or at home."




Rita claims that hydration is a game-changer in terms of staying in shape. "So what has a made a drastic difference over the last three or four months is that I've been drinking a litre and a half, maybe two litres of water a day," she told Women's Health. According to the U.S. National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine men should drink about 15.5 cups (3.7 liters) of fluids a day and women about 11.5 cups (2.7 liters) of fluids. The Mayo Clinic explains that hydration is important for a variety of reasons. Water helps get rid of waste through urination, perspiration, and bowel movements, keeps your temperature normal, lubricates and cushions joints, and helps protect sensitive tissues.


Small Portions

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Rita tries to eat small portions for breakfast and dinner, eating her primary meal midday. "I have a light breakfast, a substantial lunch, and then a light dinner," she told Women's Health. 


Her Goal? "Healthy and Strong"

"I didn't start working out to get skinnier. I started working out to feel better, and I think it's important for women to know that. Don't be obsessed with being thin. You just have to be fit, healthy, and strong," Rita told Shape. "I've made myself a bit stronger and that was a real achievement for me," she noted. "I'm not going to lie and say I was completely happy with my body before. I knew I could change a few things to improve my stamina, especially onstage."


Circuit Training

Rita might only work out a few times a week, but her sessions are intense. "I do circuit training. I usually work out for one or two hours, depending on how much time I have. I do three circuits and repeat that three times. I mostly focus on my thighs and my bum, so I do a lot of squats and weight lifting. And I do one circuit of cardio," she told Shape. "What I've learned is that you can take your time with training. You don't have to beat yourself up as long as you get in the workouts that you need. I used to push myself until I felt sick. But I'm approaching it differently now. I enjoy working out. And I like the aftermath-that feeling of contentment."

Leah Groth
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