AJ Odudu in Bathing Suit is "Healthy, Happy & Slightly Hungover"
TV presenter AJ Odudu spent her New Year in Miami with friends. She made sure to spend time at the beach. Odudu shared a set of highlights on Instagram recently. In them, she posed on the beach in a blue bikini. Her impressive figure was on display. She captioned the post, "Hello 2023! Healthy, happy & slightly hungover. Happy New Year!" How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways AJ Odudu 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 Combines Cardio & Strength Training
Odudu revealed what workouts and meals that she does in a week in an interview with Women's Health. She says that she does a combination of cardio and strength training on one day. "My current fitness goals are to have definition in my back, improved upper body strength and to feel energetic and alert at all times. I headed over to 1Rebel for their 45 minute 'Reshape' session, a hybrid of cardio and strength intervals. It's an intense session."
Odudu makes sure to workout as often as she can. However, she also puts days aside for herself to relax. She tells Women's Health, "Naturally, my workouts vary each week. That said, I try to keep Saturday and Sunday as my rest days. It's when I recover and ready myself to do it all again."
One type of workout Odudu likes to do is go on runs. She tells Women's Health that there are days where she likes to go on runs first thing each day. "Up and out for 7am," she says. "A 5k fasted run around Greenwich Park. It normally takes me around 30 minutes."
Odudu opened up about how she navigated the pandemic and lockdown to Evening Standard. She says that she is making time to disconnect from the world. "I like to have the first hour of my day without looking at my phone, the news, the TV or anything. I put on some music, have a shower, have a coffee with oat milk, set my intentions for the day before I do all of that.
She Takes Supplements
Odudu makes sure to eat healthy. One thing she does is take different supplements. She revealed what she does take to Evening Standard. "In terms of supplements now, I'm taking cod liver oil which is a great source of Vitamin D, essential if you're stuck indoors. Zinc and vitamin C is also great for the immune system."