Amanda Holden in Bathing Suit Says "Hats Off"
Amanda Holden, the co-host of the Heart Breakfast radio show and judge on Britain's Got Talent, is currently on vacay and loving it. "Hats off to #Sicilly #Theitalianjob I love it here 🏡🔨❤️," she captioned a new swimsuit photo. "🔥x 1,000,000," commented Sian Welby. "Oioi," commented Jay Amir-Nazemi Afshar. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Amanda Holden 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 Runs for an Hour Per Week
"I feel great afterwards," Amanda has said about running. "It's also time to myself, which is worth its weight in gold." "Whether it's a home workout, a bike ride, a run or even a walk around the park–working up a sweat is good for your mind, body and soul," she wrote on social media.
She Does Kundalini Yoga
Amanda has done yoga and "got into it after Hollie was born." "I'd been on a ventilator and I had a lot of lung problems," she explained. "Kundalini yoga is all about breathwork, so I took it on to build my strength. A lot of people advised me to do it for calmness, too. I don't really sit still, I'm always on the go."
She Says She Does Not Diet
"I eat everything, I drink everything. I had a friend once who didn't make it to her 50s and her biggest regret was that she spent her life on a diet. I don't diet," she has said. At least consider starting your day with breakfast. "It gives your metabolism and brain a jump-start, fueling your body for the busy day ahead. Studies show those who eat breakfast are successful at losing weight and keeping it off," says the Cleveland Clinic.
This is Her Go-To Breakfast
"Sometimes lunch goes out of the window, so I like to have something wholesome for breakfast. I tend to start the day with a bowl of sugar-free Alpen," she has said. Alpen has oats in it. "Oatmeal is a great option whether you make it simple or dress it up with fruit, seeds and nuts. But besides just being an Instagram-worthy bowl of goodness, oatmeal offers a particularly impressive benefit," says the Cleveland Clinic. "Eating just one and one-half cups of cooked oatmeal a day can lower your cholesterol by 5 to 8%."
She Favors Fish
"If you're worried about your heart health, eating at least two servings of fish per week could reduce your risk of heart disease," says the Mayo Clinic. "For many years, the American Heart Association has recommended that people eat fish rich in unsaturated fats at least twice a week. The unsaturated fats in fish are called omega-3 fatty acids. Omega-3 fatty acids may reduce inflammation throughout the body. Inflammation can damage your blood vessels, and lead to heart disease and strokes."