Candace Cameron Bure in Bathing Suit Shares "March Miami Drop"
Candace Cameron Bure is heating up Miami in her bathing suit. The Full House star dons a swimsuit and coverup in one of her latest social media posts, showing off her incredible figure during her recent vacay. "March Miami drop," she captioned the Instagram post. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 6 ways Candace Cameron Bure 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 Exercises for Mental Health
Candace told The Salvation Army that exercises as a way to "keep my mental health clear," elaborating how sweating is a brain booster. "Just sweating that out and all those endorphins really help me a lot. I notice a huge difference when I don't exercise, how much it can affect me mentally and kind of deal with depression," she said. "That's why I keep going. There are a lot of benefits I get. My mind is most important, and exercise definitely helps that."
She Jump Ropes
Candace loves jump roping. "First, whips hurt. Second, this is the first time doing 12 double-unders in a row. Whoo Hoo! Does a jump in between still make it count? Just say YES 👍🏼! I'm learning," she captioned a post. "P.S. some people have said my rope is too long, however I ordered a rope for exactly my height. When I stand on it, it comes just underneath my armpit- which is where it should land. Still think it's too long?"
She Works Out Five Times a Week
Candace told Parade that exercise is a regular part of her life. "I try to work out four to five times a week. I mix it up a lot, so it stays interesting to me," she said. 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
She Does HIIT Workouts
Cameron maintains variety with exercise. Her favorites include running, strength training, plyometrics, and HIIT. "I swear by push-ups: wide grip, tricep, dolphin, inclined, declined, you name it. My arms, shoulders, and back have really changed from constantly doing them," she said.
She Follows a Mediterranean Plant-Based Diet
Candace told People she follows a mostly plant-based diet. "I follow a more Mediterranean diet, so I eat lots of fresh vegetables and whole grains and fish," she said, adding that she's cut dairy and sugar out of her diet. "I see the biggest effect from not eating as much sugar."
She's Proud of Her Body
"I feel a real sense of accomplishment about what my body can still do, and I want to keep it in shape and keep it strong for so many years that are ahead of me," she told People. "You kind of take your body for granted when you're younger, so the older I get the prouder I am of the things I'm able to do with it."