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Brielle Biermann in Bathing Suit Misses "the Islands"

Here’s how the reality star stays fit. 

Brielle Biermann is fantasizing about the tropics! The reality star flaunts her fabulous figure in a new series of Instagram snaps, modeling swimsuits from her mom, Kim Zolciak-Biermmann's, swimsuit line Salty K Swim. "Can't wait to be back in the islands," she captioned the images, teasing a new swimwear collection. How does the star keep herself so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Brielle Biermann 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 Intermittent Fasts

In 2020 during a Q&A session shared via her Instagram Stories, Brielle revealed that she is a fan of time-restricted eating. "I only eat between 3-8 every day!" the star explained about her intermittent fasting method. "Intermittent fasting means that you don't eat for a period of time each day or week. Some popular approaches to intermittent fasting include," says the Mayo Clinic:

  • Alternate-day fasting. Eat a normal diet one day and either completely fast or have one small meal (less than 500 calories) the next day.
  • 5:2 fasting. Eat a normal diet five days a week and fast two days a week.
  • Daily time-restricted fasting. Eat normally but only within an eight-hour window each day. For example, skip breakfast but eat lunch around noon and dinner by 8 p.m."


She Eats What She Wants

During the same session, she revealed that when it's time to break fast, she heads to the drive-thru. "I go to [Chick-fil-A] EVERY DAY (except Sunday) around 3 for my breakfast/lunch," she revealed. "Every day I have to have a cheeseburger or chicken tenders at some point throughout my day, and if I don't have a little something sweet—whether it's a peanut butter cup, a small brownie or anything chocolate—after dinner, I don't feel like I ate," she also People in 2017. Unlike her mom, Kim Zolciak-Biermann, she's "not a fan" of salads. "I love to eat, and I eat anything and everything I want, just in moderation."


She Works Out

Brielle works out with a trainer and also takes group classes. ming up with a personal trainer has helped her achieve the body she wants. "I love spin class," she said. "I'm addicted to it." "Think about the types of physical activities you enjoy most. After all, a fitness program doesn't need to be boring. You're more likely to keep up with a fitness program you enjoy," says the Mayo Clinic. "If you love riding your bicycle, consider a cycling class. If you have a blast on the dance floor, an aerobics class that includes dance moves would be a good choice. If you're a social person, a gym or health club membership may be a good option for you. If you prefer to exercise alone or you find health clubs intimidating, fitness videos and exercises you can do at home may be best for you."


She Pushes Herself

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"My weight fluctuates a lot so I'm trying really hard to get better at eating right, going to the gym and taking care of myself. I've always been insecure about my body, I [sic] think most women are! Push yourself. Set a goal and work towards it … Thank you to my trainer @abmatthews_fit for pushing me!!" Brielle admitted to her Instagram followers in 2019.


She Is Active Outdoors

Brielle maintains an active lifestyle, even while she isn't officially exercising. A few of her favorite activities include bike riding, jet skiing, stand up paddle boarding, and horseback riding. This kind of outdoor activity is perfect during the pandemic. "Make sure that you have more outdoor activities than indoors because the risk of transmission is much lower outdoors," says family medicine specialist Neha Vyas, MD. "Get moving with these low-risk outdoor activities during the COVID-19 pandemic," says the Mayo Clinic:

  • "Walking, running and hiking
  • Rollerblading and biking
  • Fishing and hunting
  • Golfing
  • Rock or ice climbing
  • Kayaking, canoeing, diving, boating or sailing
  • Skiing, including cross-country and downhill skiing
  • Ice skating
  • Snowboarding
  • Sledding
  • Snowshoeing
  • Fitness classes, held outside or virtually, that allow distance"
Leah Groth
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