Abbie Chatfield Shares Swimsuit Video Saying "Ur Welcome"
Abbie Chatfield is treating her followers to some swimsuit selfies. In a new social media video and photo, the Aussie celeb flaunts her flaming hot body in a gold bathing suit. "Honestly I just found these hot photos I took of myself in Perth so I thought I would share. Ur welcome," she captioned the Instagram post. How does the reality star maintain her great figure? Read on to see 5 of Abbie Chatfield's top diet and fitness tips for staying in shape and the photos that prove they work.
Work Out Almost Every Single Day
Exercise is a priority for Abbie. "I work out six days a week with a mix of HIIT, yoga, Pilates and just going for a run," she told Body + Soul. Physical activity is anything that gets your body moving. Each week adults need 150 minutes of moderate-intensity physical activity and 2 days of muscle-strengthening activity, according to the current Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans.
Maintain a Healthy Diet
Abbie maintains a healthy diet. She starts off with a breakfast of yogurt with some frozen berries or pieces of fruit. Later in the morning she munches on corn thins with avocado spread. Lunch might be canned salmon with vegetables and a dash of rice. Dinner is usually a vegetarian patty or falafel wrap. If she has a sweet tooth she will have peanut butter with dates for dinner.
Abbie loves cycling. The Cleveland Clinic explains that biking, a low-impact aerobic exercise, is great for building muscle, improving strength and flexibility, and improving balance. It can also boost mental health and help other health conditions, including arthritis.
Abbie, who battled "definitely disordered eating" and had "definite like, fatphobic thoughts that were ingrained in me by society and especially being a young woman in the early 2000's," stressed the importance of self-love on her podcast. "I've worked so hard to not have those thoughts and I think I'm really proud of myself for genuinely not working out for how I look, not eating for how I look, genuinely enjoying food and genuinely being able to enjoy exercise and be more worried about whether I'm eating enough and what I'm eating and making sure I have the right nutrients."
Don't Make Exercise a Chore
Abbie listens to her body and exercises when she feels like it. "I wake up and I would be like 'I feel like doing yoga right now' so I'll do yoga," she told Yahoo Lifestyle. "Or I'm feeling a bit anxious, so I feel like going for a run – rather than 'I should run, to lose weight, to look better, to be more fit'."