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Chloe Bailey in Bathing Suit Says "I'm the Right One"

Here’s how she stays happy and healthy.

Chloe Bailey is full of gratitude over the holiday season, and she's sharing her feelings with her millions of fans on social media. The singer posted a video of herself running into the ocean wearing a one piece swimsuit, looking vibrant and happy. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Chloe Bailey 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!



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Running is a regular part of Bailey's training routine. "Many dedicated long-term runners do not run because they want to live longer," says cardiologist Dr. Aaron Baggish. "They run because it makes them feel better on a daily basis. There is a mood elevating, quality-of-life benefit that comes from being a regular exerciser."


Resistance Training

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Bailey incorporates plenty of resistance training sessions into her workout regimen. "In strength training, you add resistance to a particular movement to overload your muscles, which makes them work harder and become stronger," says strength and athletic trainer Tom Iannetta, ATC, CSCS. "As we age, we lose muscle mass, which decreases metabolism, so establishing a strength program will not only increase muscles, it will boost metabolism."




Bailey is learning to embrace her physique, but she admits it can be challenging. "​​The journey of learning to love my body has its highs and lows," she says. "Some days I look in the mirror and love what I see and some days, not so much. I'm still learning to love it equally each day. But right now I haven't mastered it."


Vegan Diet

Bailey credits a vegan diet with having vocal health benefits. "We're vegan, so we're not consuming dairy and it's not that extra mucus buildup all the time," she says. "We hydrate a lot more before performances. We were really on a roll of drinking gallon jugs of water, and that made us feel better mentally and physically."


Trust the Universe

Bailey makes a point of not comparing herself to others. "With everything—music or acting or even the corporate world—you're always gonna have obstacles," she says. "And that gets put in the shadows. All we see is the glitz and the glamor. We live in a world where everyone posts their best selves online. Sometimes you look at yourself and think, why can't I always be 100%, 1000%? But everybody gets told no. But when one door closes, another opens. And you have to look at that as a lesson: That wasn't meant for me. God and the universe has something special for me. You have to trust that."

Ferozan Mast
Ferozan Mast is a science, health and wellness writer with a passion for making science and research-backed information accessible to a general audience. Read more
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