Ashley Tisdale Shows Off Post-Baby Body
Actress Ashley Tisdale welcomed her first child in March, and she's starting to lose the baby weight. Tisdale uploaded an Instagram story of her in workout clothes, showing off her stomach. She wrote, "This is the first time I feel comfortable in a snug t-shirt since being pregnant. Getting back with my trainer @harleypasternak has changed my body tremendously." Read on to see 5 ways Ashley Tisdale 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 Works Out For An Hour A Day
Tisdale says that she is dedicated to her fitness, and tries to make time each day for a physical activity. She tells Health.com, "Dedicate at least an hour every day to something fitness-related. Any physical activity helps your health and is also a good stress reliever."
She Varies Her Workouts
Tisdale tells Health.com that she's open to trying a lot of different forms of exercise. She says, "Monday, Wednesday and Friday I work with my trainer, Jason Walsh. I do kickboxing on Thursday. And I'll squeeze in a sculpt yoga class on, like, Tuesday."
She Loves Yoga
Out of all the workouts Tisdale does, she says that yoga is her favorite. She tells Health.com, "Yoga is my favorite thing to do because it's so much more than a workout. It's a spiritual and mentally-good-for-you experience."
She Loves RiseMaster Classes
Tisdale admits to Health.com that she's not the biggest fan of cardio or working out on gym machines. However, she says that she has found an interesting class to incorporate cardio into her fitness. "My trainer has this amazing class he opened called Rise Nation. It's a climber, and a great class because you're doing it to music and not by yourself on a machine. It's 30 minutes but so hard-core."
She Eats A Healthy Diet
In addition to staying fit, Tisdale says eating a healthy diet is extremely important to her. Tisdale tells Health.com that she really works hard to eat healthy. She says, "You can work out as much as you want, but if your diet isn't where it should be, you're never going to get to where you want to go. Just because you do an hour of exercise, what about the rest of the hours of the day? [Laughs] An hour is not a lot. There are 23 more hours. What are you going to do with them?"