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Nadia Bartel in Two-Piece Workout Gear Shares New Selfies

She captioned one of the photos, “Love this set.”

Nadia Bartel is a model and clothing designer. She recently shared a new set of photos on Instagram. In them, she wore a set of tan workout clothing, and posed in front of a mirror. She captioned one of the photos, "Love this set." How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Nadia Bartel stays in shape and the photos that prove they work.


She Loves Water With Lemon

Bartel shared some of her wellness secrets in an interview with Women's Health. She says that she likes to drink water with lemon each morning. "I get up between 5:30 to 6 am as my boys are early risers. I try to get up before they get up and get some work and emails done. I always have a big glass of water with lemon as soon as I wake up. Then I have brekky."


She Eats A Balanced Diet

Bartel tells WHO that she eats a balanced diet. "I am pretty relaxed with my diet, as I am a big foodie and love eating out at restaurants. I do try to stick to a diet filled with lots of vegetables and protein. I eat a lot of fish and I love tuna. I also live on nuts, eggs and cheese. I also love my carbs and have pasta a couple of nights a week. I really believe in everything in moderation, so you don't crave anything and binge. I also have a bit of a sweet tooth – soft lollies like Chicos or anything sour is my weakness."


She Supports Charities


Bartel tells Women's Health that she wants to support breast cancer charities. "I am so passionate about raising awareness for breast cancer. I have also done some ambassador work with Pink Hope in the past, which do great work in this space. I think we all know of someone that has been affected by breast cancer- it is such a huge issue in Australia and is the second leading cause of cancer related deaths in Australian women."


She Meditates

Nadia Bartel/Instagarm

Bartel tells Women's Health that she loves to meditate. "It is so important to remove negative thoughts, stress, worries and anxiety. It has been such a huge difference to my mental health and wellbeing once I started doing it regularly. It can be hard to start, but there are so many apps around like Calm or Headspace which can help."


She Does Pilates

Nadia Bartel/Instagram

Bartel shared some of her diet and exercise secrets in an interview with WHO. "I love Pilates. I have a beautiful Pilates teacher Sara, I have been seeing her for years." Better Health states that Pilates has a lot of benefits. "A typical Pilates workout includes a number of exercises and stretches. Each exercise is performed with attention to correct breathing techniques and abdominal muscle control. To gain the maximum benefit, you should do Pilates at least two or three times per week. You may notice postural improvements after 10 to 20 sessions."

Anna Bechtel
Anna Bechtel is a freelance writer currently based in Hamden, CT. Read more
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