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Megan Thee Stallion Shares Swimsuit Photo of "Healing and Renewal"

How Megan Thee Stallion stays in shape. 

In 2021, Megan Thee Stallion started a fitness journey and documented her newly adopted healthier ways. She launched a popular "Hottie Bootcamp" series on Instagram and in each video, she showed fans how she was making healthy lifestyle changes, including how she eats. "The things I've been eating are not so good for my body and have been slowing me down," she said in one video. She added, "This is about me just getting healthy in general and me seeing how I can transform my body in the healthiest way possible." Since then, Megan has remained committed to her boot camp and recently posted a video of an intense routine wearing tight blue short shorts and a matching top. And this weekend she posted a swimsuit photo of "Healing and Renewal." Read on. 


She's Consistent

Working out every now and then isn't going to produce great results, but Megan has been regularly hitting the gym and showing off her workouts. The artist does everything from weighted sled pushes to lifting heavy weights and her dedication shows–just look at her MTV Video Music Award outfits!


She Puts in the Hard Work

You can show up to the gym, but if you aren't putting in the work, positive changes won't happen. Megan works out hard and although she jokingly complains about the intensity of her training, she does it. "I do not suggest this if you're not trying to be a first responder, " she teased as she ran up in the sand."


She Does Cardio

In addition to strength training, Megan gets in cardio. Wearing super short black tie-dye shorts and a black top, the singer does the elliptical machine and dances around after showing off her results.


She Does HIIT

Megan recently teamed up with Nike coach David Carson to show how you can get an effective workout in without equipment in just 10 minutes. "I feel like I'm not scared of you no more," she joked to Carson. 'I'm ready for this workout." After their warmup, the two did squats, stand-up crunches, lateral lunges, and more. 


She Switched Up Her Diet

To help kick off her health journey, Megan's trainer Timothy Boutte helped her throw out unhealthy food like chips, cookies, and other sugary snacks. He then stocked her fridge with healthier options like strawberries, blackberries, pineapple, avocados, almonds, sea bass, seasonings like paprika and chili pepper, and more.


Heather Newgen
Heather Newgen has two decades of experience reporting and writing about health, fitness, entertainment and travel. Heather currently freelances for several publications. Read more
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