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Coronation Street's Lucy Fallon in Bathing Suit Says "Love 2 You All"

Here is how she stays fit. 

Lucy Fallon of Coronation Street is flaunting her fabulous figure in Dubai! The English star shows off her body in a swimsuit in front of the Dubai skyline. "The feel like pure shit just want summer back <3 love 2 u all mwah," she captioned the snap. How does the Coronation Street star stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Lucy Fallon 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 Takes Breaks From Dieting

Lucy goes through phases of dieting and then takes a break. "I think I got in such a rut of being like, 'I need to be really healthy and eat really good' and now I'm just like, 'If I eat a burger, I eat a burger', I'm okay with it," she said during an interview with ITV. "Skip the bulky Kaiser roll. Instead, give your burger a whole-grain foundation to benefit from the added fiber. Keep carbs low by opting for smaller mini pitas or sandwich thins. Or, go against the grain and simply wrap your burger in a lettuce leaf," says the Cleveland Clinic.


She Does Lots of Different Workouts

Lucy mixes up her workouts. In addition to snow sports, she loves taking random classes. "LOVED my first pole fitness class at @kellyameliafitness today!" she captioned this photo from one of her workouts.


She Does Yoga

Lucy also loves to strike a yoga pose. "Me and my lil sushi roll are practicing some serious self love this weekend! And we're kicking that off with a bit of yoga in the kitchen," she captioned this photo. 


She Takes Action

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Lucy sometimes struggles with body confidence. And when she does, she takes action. "I'm not happy with my body at the moment," she told The Mirror. "So I'm going to the gym and doing something about it, rather than talking about it. I started with a personal trainer last week, and I'm going to do the plan and actually commit to it."


She Gets Insecure

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Lucy, like everyone, struggles with insecurities. "I get insecure about things. I think body confidence is one of those things that concerns everybody. No one is ever completely happy with how they look," she told The Sun. "When you value yourself and have good self-esteem, you feel secure and worthwhile. You have generally positive relationships with others and feel confident about your abilities. You're also open to learning and feedback, which can help you acquire and master new skills," says the Mayo Clinic. "With healthy self-esteem you're:

  • Assertive in expressing your needs and opinions
  • Confident in your ability to make decisions
  • Able to form secure and honest relationships — and less likely to stay in unhealthy ones
  • Realistic in your expectations and less likely to be overcritical of yourself and others
  • More resilient and better able to weather stress and setbacks."
Leah Groth
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