Blake Lively Shares Rare Swimsuit Photo "Giving Taylor Vibes"
Blake Lively is red hot in her swimsuit. The actress and mother-of-four shared a rare bathing suit snap with her millions of followers this week. "K now im gonna draw it with AI…" she captioned the Instagram post. "Uncanny." Many of her followers noted that she was giving off some serious "Taylor vibes." "Red (Blake's Version)" one commented. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 6 ways Blake Lively stays in shape and the photos that prove they work.
She Does Strength Training and Walks
Don Saladino, who has worked with Blake Lively for more than 10 years, revealed the secret to Blake's hot body in a recent interview with E! News. "There's one aspect of this program that she really has to pay attention to and it's movement," he explains. "With a focus on both strength training and straightforward walking, " the workout regimen "allows the body to feel strong and resilient," says Don, "these are words that we always use."
She Has a Positive Relationship with Exercise
"Blake's really done a great job in coming into the gym with a great attitude and moving and having fun," Don added to E. "Like any other human being, sometimes you want to be there and sometimes you don't. I think accepting that makes it very real and that's something that people like to hear because they understand that someone isn't always perfect and always nailing it."
She Works Out Almost Every Day
Saldino told Cosmopolitan that Blake rarely skips a sweat session. "Five to six days a week, Blake can spend anywhere from 30 to 75 minutes working out. The routine usually begins with foam-rolling, then five to seven minutes of mobility work. After that, she's doing a variation on a jump, throw, carry, and doing that for three to five rounds," he says. "That gets her body temperature up, that gets her really athletic, and it's my way of doing an upper body, a lower body, and a core movement."
She Hikes and Bikes
In addition to working out, Blake maintains an active lifestyle. "I hate the gym. Who doesn't? When I'm in the gym I feel like I am missing out. So I would rather rent a bike or go for a hike," Lively told You.
She Avoids Calorie Counting
Saldino told Cosmo that Blake never counts calorie. "I don't think putting someone into a caloric deficit, meaning restricting their calories, is the right thing to do," he explained "and this is why a lot of coaches and a lot of people are unsuccessful."
She Follows the 80/20 Rule
Blake follows the 80/20 rule, meaning "80 percent of the week, you're really good, and 20 percent you leave for error and having fun," Saldino told Cosmo. She also doesn't drink any alcohol.