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CiCi Coleman in Bathing Suit Looks at Herself With a "Different Lens"

Here’s how she stays in shape.

CiCi Coleman is a health and fitness coach. She has gained a large following on Instagram for sharing her tips. Coleman just shared a new bikini photo on her page, and she opened up about how she sees herself these days. In it, she posed in a black strapless bikini, looking gorgeous. She captioned the post, "Do you ever look at yourself through a different lens on different days?Sometimes I look in the mirror and think fuck yeah, other times, I think fuck no; the difference in this could be as small as eating some sugary foods, a bad night's sleep or hormones. As much as I sound like a broken record, I can't tell you how much these mini-tweaks have helped with my mental health. In the last year, I have prioritised my sleep and tried my best not to overeat foods high in sugar; it simply isn't worth the negative mindset I get the following day." How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways CiCi Coleman 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 Uses A Resistance Band

Coleman shares a lot of her favorite workouts on Instagram. She likes to do workouts that can be done at both home and at the gym. Coleman also likes to use equipment, like resistance bands. In this video, Coleman is seen doing different exercises with the band on her legs. She does things like glute kicks, squats, and lunges. She captioned the video, "You can do this at home, in the gym or outdoors. I've used a resistance band and a chair. Repeat x 4."


She Works Out Her Lower Body

Coleman makes sure to not skip leg day. She shared this video on Instagram of herself doing some of her favorite leg workouts. In it, she also uses a kettlebell. Coleman captioned the post, "Wanna give your lower body some love? 🍑Here are 3 exercises you can do with & without equipment. Simple but effective. Single leg RDL's. Goblet squats. Alternate Lunges. HELLO PEACH."


She's Consistent

Coleman doesn't expect immediate results when she's in the gym. Instead, she opts for a more consistent, sustainable approach to fitness. She encouraged others to do the same in the caption of this Instagram post. "We put so much pressure on ourselves in January to become this unicorn of a person. 'New year', 'new me', 'new goals', 'new resolutions', it's important to have something to work towards, but is it sustainable if we try and change it all so quickly? This is why gyms are packed in January and dead in Feb. We go too hard for a month, burn out, get injured and then need time to recover. Get clear goals of what you want to achieve, but be realistic about how long they may take. There is nothing wrong with baby steps."


She Sets Small Goals

Coleman likes to set small goals when it comes to wellness. She talked about this approach in the caption of this Instagram post. "Start small; create mini goals into your life daily, like going to bed 30 mins earlier, drinking more water, writing a gratitude diary, or taking a breathwork class. It doesn't have to be mega. Do these things every day for Jan, and watch your life start shifting. New people with new energy will enter your life, maybe ones more in tune with the person you want to be."


She Puts Herself First

Coleman is a big believer in putting yourself first. She talked about this in the caption of this Instagram post. "Invest in YOURSELF," she writes. "Why do we find it sooo hard to put ourselves first? If you aren't good, nothing else around is. It's like a domino effect."

Anna Bechtel
Anna Bechtel is a freelance writer currently based in Hamden, CT. Read more
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