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Brooke Vincent in Bathing Suit Sats "Please Hurry Up Summer"

Here are the Coronation Street star’s top diet and fitness tips for staying in shape. 

Brooke Vincent is summoning summer in her swimsuit. The Coronation Street beauty shows off her incredible body in a bathing suit poolside in one of her latest social media posts. "Summer 2022 📽️ The lost files. Please hurry up Summer 2023," she captioned the throwback snaps on Instagram. How does the actress maintain her famous physique? Read on to see 5 of Brooke Vincent's top diet and fitness tips for staying 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!


Make Your Workouts Count

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When it comes to exercise, Brooke recommends focusing on quality over quantity. "When I train, the focus is on quality, over quantity, so I do three one-hour gym sessions each week. I'll do 45 minutes of weight work such as barbell squats, overhead presses and back extensions, which I love, plus 10-15 minutes of track work with the sled and prowler, which is hard but great cardio," she tells Women's Health.


Support Your Exercise with Diet

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Brooke sticks to healthy food that fuels her workouts. "I support my training with a healthy diet. I used to live off McDonalds, Nandos and takeaway pizza but since doing my 12-week Ultimate Performance transformation, I've changed my attitude towards food," she says to Women's Health. "Now I start the day with a two-egg omelette with brown sauce – because I don't really like eggs; have smashed avocado on sourdough, or a chicken salad for lunch; and eat salmon or steak with vegetables for dinner. If I'm hungry between meals, I'll snack on fruit or have a chocolate whey protein shake or Grenade bar."


Remind Yourself About How Exercise and Healthy Diet Make You Feel

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Brooke has a clever way to motivate herself to exercise and eat healthy. "If I need motivation, I think of how great exercising and eating well make me feel – I no longer feel sluggish in the morning but instead, I'm spritely all day, and my skin is dewier. I always used to think my legs were massive but now they've got definition and are strong. I'm proud to have them. I'll also pump up the tunes – feel-good tracks from Beyonce, Ellie Goulding and Stormzy keep me going during a workout," she dishes to Women's Health. 


Cheat on Occasion


Brooke suggests occasion meals. "It wouldn't be three takeaways in 24 hours, it might be just two," she tells The Sun about how she used to eat "I can't even lie and say I don't have fast food any more, because I had two McDonald's last weekend."


Push Yourself

If you want to get in shape, go the distance. To prepare for Dancing on Ice, Brooke enlisted the help of personal trainer Mark Bohannon who created a three-month-long program for her, who maintains that she always pushed herself. "Throughout her twelve-week transformation, one of Brooke's best qualities was wanting to always better herself, even on the days when she wasn't feeling one hundred per cent," he tells Confidentials. "Brooke wanted to work that little bit harder and lift that little bit more in every session. It helps get the best transformation possible in the time-frame when clients have this determined attitude towards training."

Leah Groth
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