CJ Perry in Bathing Suit Says "Happy Sunday"
CJ Perry, the WWE wrestler also known as Lana, is getting out there in her swimsuit. "Happy Mother's Day & Happy Sunday. Hope you are having a wonderful day 💕," she captioned her recent image, where she's doing a dance outdoors. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways CJ Perry 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 Does This for Exercise
"Right now, I downloaded the app Workouts by Katya and I have been doing her 8 week booty workout. It is 5 days of week for 30-45 minutes. I love it. Besides the work outs by Katya 5 times a week, I also do 4 days a week cardio for 45 minutes – 60 minutes. I feel the cardio always breaks up any soreness from wrestling; it keeps the body super toned as well and helps my stamina and endurance for matches. If people are trying to quickly drop weight, tone up or just feel more in shape, I would advise doing 45 minutes of cardio 3-4 times a week," she told Women's Fitness.
This is What She Eats
"I eat 3 eggs in the morning with oatmeal and avocado toast, grilled fish and rice for lunch and usually fish, or meat and rice, veggies and a salad for dinner. If I want to have something sweet, I eat something sweet. I try to always eat healthy but if I'm craving something, then I eat it. Tomorrow is a new day where I can start fresh again. I struggled a lot with eating disorders in high school, so I have to set boundaries for myself so I don't trigger bad habits," she told Women's Fitness.
She Eats Eggs
Sometimes, CJ will also have eggs for breakfast—as many as 5 when building muscle. "Most healthy people can eat up to seven eggs a week without increasing their risk of heart disease. Some studies have shown that this level of egg consumption might even help prevent certain types of stroke and a serious eye condition called macular degeneration that can lead to blindness," says the Mayo Clinic.
She Works Out Her Glutes
Perry once shared a workout where she did single leg glute bridges supersetting with arm dumbbell rows, moving on to slide planks with 21 curls. A bridge is a great idea. "Adding it to your morning or evening fitness routine will help strengthen your glutes. It'll also help prevent the common forward pelvic tilt that places stress on your lower back," says the Mayo Clinic. "You can do it anywhere. In your kitchen, your garage, your hallway. It works your glutes and your hamstrings."
She Uses Dumbbells
Perry has done weighted elevated lunges, just one of many exercises she does that uses dumbbells. "A set of dumbbells and a willingness to use them can work wonders," says Robert Freed, D.O., an orthopedic surgeon at Mayo Clinic Health System in Mankato, Minnesota, tells the Mayo Clinic.