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Addison Rae in Swimsuit Says "Don't Forget Your SPF"

Here’s how she stays so fit.

Addison Rae is in a swimsuit in Ibiza, Spain, and looking classic. "Don't forget your SPF," she captioned the photos. "Mam this outfit omg," commented singer/songwriter Tate McRae. "Wow beautiful," commented hairstylist Kiley Fitzgerald. "She's giving CLASSIC BEAUTY I cannot!!!!!!! 😫🥰❤," commented celebrity nail artist Natalie Minerva. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Addison Rae stays in shape and the photos that prove they work—and to get beach-ready yourself, don't miss these essential 30 Best-Ever Celebrity Bathing Suit Photos!


She's Right About Wearing Sunscreen

"Sunscreen protects your skin from the sun's ultraviolet, or UV, light. There are two types of UV light that can harm your skin: UVA and UVB. UVA is the long wavelength of light that penetrates to the deep layers of skin. UVA leads to skin damage over time that can prematurely age your skin, causing wrinkling and age spots. UVB is the shorter wavelength of light that penetrates the surface of the skin and causes sunburn. The best sunscreens offer protection from all UV light. These are labeled as 'broad-spectrum' or 'full-spectrum' sunscreens," says the Mayo Clinic.


She Works Her Core With Exercises Like Donkey Kicks

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Addison works her glutes using Donkey Kicks. Here's something like that that will work for you: "Assume a table-top position and place the looped end of a SPRI band around one foot. Hold onto the handles and keep the trunk engaged as you extend the foot up and back behind the glute. Don't allow the hips shift and be sure to keep the core stable," says ACE Fitness.


She Eats Eggs and Proteins

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"When you prepare eggs, you should also pay attention to the way you cook them, says preventive cardiology dietitian Julia Zumpano, RD, LD," says the Cleveland Clinic. "If you fry them, the oil that you add is only going to contribute to your saturated fat for the day," she says. "She says these drier or oil-free cooking methods are preferred:

  • Poaching.
  • Boiling.
  • Pan-frying with a cooking spray.

Zumpano adds that you should avoid putting salt on your eggs to keep the amount of sodium in your diet at the recommended level. One teaspoon of salt is all you need per day."


She Eats Bananas and Healthy Foods

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"If after a workout, you've felt like your muscles are sore—or not growing fast enough—you might not be getting enough magnesium in your diet. A good source of magnesium, bananas can help with muscle contraction and relaxation as well as protein synthesis — which, in turn, increases lean muscle mass. A bonus: magnesium intake helps boost lipolysis, a process by which your body releases fat from its stores. One fun way to get your magnesium: Make banana tea. Just boil some water, cut off both ends of a banana (still in its peel) and boil for 7-10 minutes. Then drain and drink before bed," says our sister site Eat This, Not That!


She Prioritizes Her Mental Health

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Addison is a big advocate for taking care of your mental health. "Times of change, whether it's good change or bad change, always are pretty difficult for people and I think the universal aspect of it also made people more easily able to talk about mental health, to talk about the challenges," Dawn Potter, PsyD, clinical psychologist for Cleveland Clinic, said. "We need to check our mindset too, and so shifting our mindset involves trying to refocus on things we can control versus things we can't control," she said. "When there's a lot of uncertainty, people can be vulnerable to focusing on the worst case scenario. But, we need to shift our mindset to what do I really know and what can I do?"

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