Bronte Schofield in Bathing Suit Says "You Asked for It"
Bronte Schofield is heating up social media with her latest swimsuit snaps. The Married at First Sight star shows off her incredible body modeling bathing suits in a few of her latest social media posts. "You asked for it," she captioned one of the Instagram snaps. "I'm good thanks:)" she wrote about another. How does she stay so fit? Read on.
She Has Battled Health Issues Her Whole Life
Bronte has battled health issues her whole life. "I spent half my life in hospital," she told 9Entertainment. "I had a lot of gut issues and growing up I had pancreatitis, endometriosis and gastritis all at the same time. I was in hospital, and I genuinely thought I was going to die. I was only 16-years-old, and my dad always knew that something wasn't right with me."
She Is "Very Resilient" But "Very Sensitive"
When it comes to her mental health, Bronte maintains she has to tread very carefully. "I couldn't go into the media and run a narrative that wasn't authentic to me, my story and my time in the experiment," she revealed about why she waits to speak publicly. "When everything starts to unfold and you're in the public eye, nothing can prepare you for that. I am very resilient but there's another half to me, that's very sensitive. I think the backlash, it was warranted and people's opinions of me are none of my business, but it doesn't mean that it doesn't hurt. It hurts a lot so it just felt right to just pull out [of talking to the media]."
She Does Pilates
Bronte loves pilates. She has shared videos of herself on the reformer via her Instagram Stories. According to research, Pilates exercises are designed to increase muscle strength, endurance, and flexibility, and to improve posture and balance. Experts maintain that it is a great workout for leaning out.
She Climbs Stairs
Bronte doesn't need a gym to stay in shape! She revealed in one of her Instagram Stories that she enjoys walking up and down stairs. "10 up and down under 30," she captioned a video.
She Works Out at the Gym
Bronte works out at Revo Gym in Australia and trains with Caitlin Betti "The Glute Girl." Physical activity is anything that gets your body moving. Each week adults need 150 minutes of moderate-intensity physical activity and 2 days of muscle-strengthening activity, according to the current Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans.