Bella Thorne in Bathing Suit is "Thankful for Family"
Actress, model and singer Bella Thorne is feeling good and grateful. "I'm so thankful for my family," she captioned a series of phots on social media, including a few of her in a bathing suit. How does she stay fit while keeping so busy? During quarantine, she did "yoga, some weight training, and a bit of boxing." Read on to see 5 ways Bella Thorne 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 Does Circuit Training
"My workout consists of an hour and I always make time for proper stretching before and after my workout," she has said. "My focus this morning was to strengthen my core, tighten my waist and light shoulders." Interval training could work for you. "For instance, if your exercise is walking and you're in good shape, you might add short bursts of jogging into your regular brisk walks. If you're less fit, you might alternate leisurely walking with periods of faster walking. For example, if you're walking outdoors, you could walk faster between certain mailboxes, trees or other landmarks," says the Mayo Clinic.
She Does Yoga
Bella has been known to do yoga. "Yoga can make a big difference in your life by:
- Decreasing stress
- Reducing chronic pain
- Enhancing immune response
- Lowering blood pressure
- Improving posture and body alignment
- Increasing muscle strength
- Providing a sense of joy and well-being," says the Cleveland Clinic.
She Does Pilates
"Pilates is a system of exercises developed by Joseph Pilates that strengthens the body's inner core while increasing its flexibility resulting in improved overall health. In addition, other benefits to practicing Pilates include:
- longer, leaner muscles
- injury prevention
- relief from stress and back pain
- enhanced athletic performance
- heightened mind-body awareness," says the Mayo Clinic.
She Promotes Mental Health
"Prioritizing mental health and self care isn't always easy, it's really hard sometimes, but I keep reminding myself just how important it is," she wrote once. "Here are 4 things I do for my mental health:
- Self reflection
- Me time — Sun + my dogs always brighten my day and make me happy
- Look in the mirror and tell myself "you're a" confident person "and you can do anything you put your mind to.
- Sometimes before I drift off into sleep I repeat the words I'm happy everything is perfect (almost as if I'm trying to convince myself).
Sometimes u have to convince your self into different mental patterns!!"
She Once Discussed a Colonoscopy on Social Media
Says the Mayo Clinic: "Your doctor may recommend a colonoscopy to:
- Investigate intestinal signs and symptoms. A colonoscopy can help your doctor explore possible causes of abdominal pain, rectal bleeding, chronic constipation, chronic diarrhea and other intestinal problems.
- Screen for colon cancer. If you're age 50 or older and at average risk of colon cancer — you have no colon cancer risk factors other than age — your doctor may recommend a colonoscopy every 10 years or sometimes sooner to screen for colon cancer. Colonoscopy is one option for colon cancer screening. Talk with your doctor about your options.
- Look for more polyps. If you have had polyps before, your doctor may recommend a follow-up colonoscopy to look for and remove any additional polyps. This is done to reduce your risk of colon cancer."