Dani Dyer in Bathing Suit Says "Happy Easter"
Dani Dyer, star of Love Island and True Love or True Lies, is known for keeping in shape. And she looked fantastic in a bathing suit top for her latest photo online, which she captioned "Happy Easter❤️." She probably needed the break, after keeping busy podcasting on Sorted with the Dyer's, and caring for her young son. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Dani Dyer 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 Lunges
"Can't sleep. Bring on gym training @malwina_pt. I don't think I'll ever get used to that pain," Dani captioned one workout video, in which she did lunges. When doing lunges: "If you can't lower your knee to a 90-degree angle, simply go as low as you can. Do as many repetitions as you can, depending on your fitness level. Stop when you're fatigued or your form begins to suffer. For a variety, try a traveling lunge. Simply step ahead with the opposite foot rather than return to the starting position. Remember, for best results, keep your back in a neutral position and let your knee follow your foot on the way down. Keep your movements smooth and controlled," says the Mayo Clinic.
She Does Box Jumps
When doing box jumps: "As you develop your jumping and landing skills, you can progress the exercise intensity and complexity by: (1) driving your arms behind you during the downward phase (illustrated), (2) driving your arms forward or upward (illustrated) during the jumping phase, (3) driving your knees towards your chest (illustrated) during the jumping phase, or (4) increasing the height of the raised platform or box," says ACE.
She Hits the Heavy Bag
"When it comes to exercise, consistency is important, but so is variety. Exercise physiologist Katie Lawton says that a solid workout plan involves a good mix of cardio and strength training, but that doesn't mean you need to train for a marathon or bench press 150 pounds. Everything comes down to what your fitness or weight loss goals are and what type of workouts you're planning to do," says the Cleveland Clinic.
She Starts Her Morning With Oats
Try overnight oats. "There are countless health benefits of overnight oatmeal. A cup will help you feel full and satisfied. People who eat oatmeal for breakfast feel full for longer and consume fewer calories at lunch than when they consume corn flakes, according to an Annals of Nutrition and Metabolism study. Overnight oats are good for your gut health. Uncooked, rolled oats that you use in overnight oats contain 8.5 grams of resistant starch. Cooked oatmeal, on the other hand, only contains 0.3 grams of resistant starch," says our sister site Eat This, Not That!
She Has a Bit of Chocolate Sometimes
"In the week I'm really trying to be good and healthier and cut down on the chocolate, biscuits, crisps and stuff because that is my downfall, I just love a bag of crisps and chocolate and it don't fill me up I don't know why I do it….The only problem is after dinner I do like a bit of chocolate – I can't give that up but I'm just trying to eat a bit healthier to feel better."