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Camille Hyde in Bathing Suit Says "No Pressure"

Hyde chills in advance of the second season of her CW TV show.

You'll be seeing a lot more of Camille Hyde as the second season of her CW young adult sports show, All American: Homecoming, was given a green light and will air later this year. The spinoff of The CW's All American will debut alongside the fifth-season premiere of its parent show on Oct. 10. In Homecoming, Hyde plays Thea Mays, a tennis player and sophomore at a fictional Historically Black College. Meanwhile, the former Power Ranger has been chilling this summer, as in this beachy Instagram pic of herself in a bathing suit with the caption, "No Pressure." Read on to see how Camille Hyde 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's Vegan

"As I got older, I realized I didn't want to eat animals anymore, so when I was probably in the ninth or 10th grade, I stopped eating meat, and I was vegetarian for the better part of my life," Hyde said in a 2020 YouTube video. She added: "And then in 2015 I decided that I didn't want to continue eating or using any animal products because we just don't need to, and there's so many ways and options for us to sustain ourselves."


She Swims

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 Hyde frequents beaches and pools, as evident in her Instagram feed. Swimming two and a half hours per week can decrease the risk of chronic illnesses, improve the health for people with diabetes and heart disease and halve the risk of death compared with inactive people, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.


She Rides Horses

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Hyde is a horse-riding enthusiast and even founded a club dedicated to the sport at Chapman University, which she attended. Riding horses is considered a moderate cardiovascular exercise that strengthens core muscles, burns calories, lowers blood pressure and relaxes the body, according to the American Heart Association.


She Plays Tennis

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Like her All American: Homecoming character, Hyde played tennis in high school and college. She was undefeated during her four years of high school at School Without Walls. "If you haven't lobbed a tennis ball over a net since high school, you might want to pick up a racket again. A recent study suggests that people who play racket sports regularly may slash their odds of dying from a heart attack or stroke," says Harvard Health. "Tennis, which ranks among the world's most popular sports, provides an excellent full-body workout, plus a few other less obvious benefits."


She Trained in Martial Arts

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Hyde trained in martial arts for her role as the Pink Power Ranger in the 22nd season of Power Rangers. The popular children's show combined a variety of martial arts techniques, including karate, capoeira, Taekwondo, aikido and others.

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