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Alexandra Daddario in Red Swimsuit Flaunts Figure 

Here’s how The White Lotus star stays in shape.

Alexandra Daddario is closing out summer in red hot swimwear! The White Lotus star flaunted her fabulous figure on social media Tuesday, rocking an elegant, one-shoulder swimsuit. Those who watched the 35-year-old on the critically acclaimed HBO show are well aware that she has one of the most fit figures on television. How does she maintain it? Read on to see 5 ways Alexandra Daddario 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 Bikini Photos!


She Is a Big Yogi

Alexandra is a big yogi. "I do a lot of yoga and am all about treating yourself with love if you're having a stressful day," she told Delish. "Yoga helps you learn to deal with stress in a different way. It's a great way to turn your brain off in a world where we're all running around and on our phones all the time. [Yoga and meditation are] an awesome place to start."


She Eats Clean

When it comes to her diet, Alexandra sticks to clean foods. Some of her favorite snacks? Lara bars, a tablespoon of peanut butter, and half an avocado when she needs energy, per Delish.


She's All About the Occasional Cheat Meal


"I'm all about letting yourself splurge now and then," she told Delish. Some of her go-tos? Snickers. dark chocolate with fruit—"so I can pretend I'm healthy,"— and rocky road ice cream. 


She Weight Trains

While Alexandra focused on grueling weight training workouts to get into shape for the 2017 film Baywatch, her workouts aren't quite as intense anymore. "I was doing more aerobic activity and way more weight training, which is something I've [since] incorporated into my daily routine," she told Health, adding "it's not a sustainable [lifestyle] unless you're sorta being paid to do it."


She Pays Attention to Hunger Cues

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"I eat when I'm hungry," the star explained to People. "I try to stay away from anything unnatural, but if you are trying to stay healthy and you get too hungry, it will only be more difficult to stay away from things like too much sugar if you don't give yourself what you want sometimes. I'm focused on being healthy and not stressing or obsessing over food."

Leah Groth
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