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Camila Cabello in Bathing Suit is in Athens, Greece

Here’s how she stays so fit.

Camila Cabello is looking gorgeous in Greece – in her swimsuit. The singer shows off her fitter-than-ever figure in a tiny bathing suit in one of her latest social media posts, a vacation snap from Europe. "Can't wait to be back to chronic low level anxiety in Florida's shark infested waters," she captioned the Instagram photo. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 7 ways Camila Cabello stays in shape and the photos that prove they work.



She Weight Trains with Kim Kardashian's Trainer

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Caamila recently opened up about her workout routine. She revealed that she has something in common with Kim Kardashian: Her trainer. "For myself, every day I try to do weight training. I have a trainer in LA [Melissa Alcantara], and if I'm not there with her, she has this app FitGurlMel. I just go to the gym and I do her weight sessions for like an hour. I feel like a little gym rat because I learned how to use the machines and stuff, and then I'm so sore the next day," she told Well + Good. "I didn't know how to use the machines until like three weeks ago [laughs]. Um, and it honestly just takes asking questions. Basically I just pulled up the app and asked people that work at the gym or people that are using the machines [for help]. They look intimidating but they're really not. Or you just YouTube a video or something. Maybe it'll take you 20 minutes to figure it out, but then you know how to use it for the rest of your life."


She Does Cardio

"For cardio I really like to do stuff that's fun, like swimming or snorkeling or doing different sports. Like I really wanna play. Playing tennis also, or going dancing is the best—even literally going out to dance as a way of sweating—it's the best. Or taking a fun workout class with friends," Camila told Well + Good. 


She Hydrates

Camila understands the importance of hydration. "I have a bad habit of not, you know, hydrating enough, so baseline is drinking enough water," she told the publication. According to the Mayo Clinic, hydration is important for a variety of reasons. Water helps get rid of waste through urination, perspiration, and bowel movements, keeps your temperature normal, lubricates and cushions joints, and helps protect sensitive tissues.


Her Diet Is "Well-Balanced"

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Camila maintains that "having like a well-balanced day in terms of food, having enough veggies and like not a lot of processed foods," is another key part of her approach to health. "Well, I definitely think food is a big part of everything. So things that have natural probiotics like tea or yogurt. Um, but also I take probiotics every day."


She Prioritizes Her Mental Health

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Camila also prioritizes mental health. "Therapy is a big part of my life too," she told the publication. "I started therapy when I was pretty young, like late teens, and I think it was just a necessity for me at that time. I just felt very, very anxious and sad as a result of that anxiety. I didn't really feel shy about asking for help, and I'm so glad I did cause I went on the journey of finding the right therapist. I connected with a few different therapists along the way, and they helped me in different moments of my life. But I definitely found one right now that I feel like really made the biggest difference. And, so I think it came first out of necessity and then out of just like really seeing the change therapy made in my life and seeing how much I grew as a person."


She Sleeps

Camila says "sleep is huge for me. If I don't sleep, my anxiety and neuroticism is through the roof," she told the publication. "And as far as sleep, I realize it's better for me to sleep earlier so I try to go to sleep early and not be a night owl. Like even if I sleep at like two in the morning and wake up at noon, it's not the same as sleeping at like 11 p.m. and waking up at  8 a.m. Also I try not to like drink too much because drinking really affects the quality of my sleep."


She Meditates

Camilla also gets her zen on. "I love meditation. I have the intention to do it like every day for 10 minutes; it really makes such a big difference for me. I love the Ten Percent Happier app. I do their courses, and they have like 10-minute meditations every day. It just makes such a big difference, and I've learned so much. I really grow as a person from doing those every day," she said. 

Leah Groth
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