Camila Cabello in Bathing Suit is "Living Life"
Camila Cabello is steaming things up in the Dominican Republic. The 24-year-old singer, who recently split with partner Shawn Mendes, shared a shot of her fit swimsuit body while vacationing on the tropical island. "I posted no pics because i was hashtag living life but I was in the REPÚBLICA DOMINICANA BABYYYYYY VAMO A UN TETEOOOOOO," she captioned two images of herself. How does the singer keep herself in such phenomenal physical form? Read on to learn about Camila Cabello's top 6 tips for staying in shape—and to get beach-ready yourself, don't miss these essential 30 Best-Ever Celebrity Bathing Suit Photos!
Do Train Hard
Camila works hard for her body, regularly strength training with Jenna Willis. The duo work out together three times a week. In one of her Instagram stories she revealed some of her moves, one of which she uses a resistance band for tension while doing lunges.
Do Outdoor Activities
Camila is very active outdoors. One of her favorite activities is standup paddleboarding. "Nothin to do nowhere to be," she captioned a recent photo of herself standup paddleboarding. The American Council on Exercise (ACE) maintains that the outdoor exercise is great for the core and also a great form of cardio.
Love Your Body
Camila is all about body confidence. In a recent TikTok video's titled "I luv my body" she explains that no matter her size, she is full of self-love. "Being at war with your body is so last season. I am grateful for this body that lets me do what I need to do. We are real women with curves and cellulite and stretch marks and fat and we gotta own that baby!" she said.
Eat Your Veggies
While she was dating Shawn, Camila revealed that he inspired her to up her healthy eating game. "Shawn has influenced me to be healthier. I was not healthy at all before. I never ate vegetables before. Just like, easy vegetables like cucumbers or cold carrots with cesar. Which I wouldn't say are hard vegetables," she told BBC Radio.
Camila prioritizes her mental health. One of her go-to practices is mediation. "Meditation has changed my life in the last few months," she wrote on Instagram. "I didn't share this with you guys at the time because honestly I was just trying to be okay, but I was experiencing severe anxiety. it was meditation- it was practicing every single day multiple times a day that has been healing me, and, more than just helping me manage strong emotions like anxiety and stress, it's making me a better human. not only does it help in times like this with stress and anxiety, meditation is the practice of strengthening habits like empathy, love, and compassion- making you feel more connected to not only everybody around you , but living beings in general like animals, plants, and the earth, which is a living being, itself."
Treat Your Anxiety
Camila has discussed her battle with anxiety. "Before the pandemic, I felt really burnt out. I had been working pretty nonstop since I was 15. And the rigor with which I started working, there was just no time off. I was barely home. I didn't have time to get to know who I was outside of my career. Pile that onto struggles with mental health, with anxiety, with these toxic levels of stress, it wasn't even a meltdown because I would just work through it," she said during an interview with Apple. "I was just exhausted in every way and at that point, I felt like I was running a marathon with a broken leg. I kept going, but it was extremely hard. And I wish that I would've just been like, 'Let me just stop for a second and get a nice cast for my broken leg and get some physical therapy.' But I didn't. COVID stepped in and kind of did it for me." She ended up crying nearly every day. "I felt so anxious, cripplingly anxious. I just felt really unstable, and I just felt a mess because suddenly, this thing that was distracting me, my work and filming, was not there. And so I was just left with my anxiety and my mind. And it was getting in the way of my relationship. It was getting in the way of my friendships, my time at home." She maintains that asking for help was a game changer. "I asked for time. And I learned a lot of tools," she said. "I tried a lot of different things, different kinds of therapy, meditation, exercise, changing the way I eat, definitely changing the way I schedule my time and making sure that there's balance, that I have time for friendships and connection with people and I'm not just nose to the grindstone, not paying attention to my body and my needs."