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Devon Windsor Shares Swimsuit Photo, "Beached" 

Here are her top diet and fitness tips for staying in shape. 

Devon Windsor is heating up the tropics in her swimsuit. Just two months after giving birth to her second child, the supermodel and swimsuit designer shows off her body in a two-piece while vacationing on an island. "Beached," she captioned the set of Instagram snaps. How does she maintain her fit physique? Read on to see 6 of Devon Windsor's top diet and fitness tips for staying in shape and the photos that prove they work.


Fuel Youself with Food

Devon is living, breathing proof that supermodels don't starve themselves. "If I'm not working, my typical day starts off with a huge breakfast. I like to incorporate eggs, toast, bacon or a smoothie with Greek yogurt," she told Women Fitness. "I'll most likely workout after breakfast and then join friends for lunch. Following lunch, I run errands and organize myself before my next job or travel day. I like to finish my day with a cozy dinner with friends or I cook for myself at home. If I'm working, I wake up and get a smoothie and head to set and work all day. Depending on when I get off, I either go home and order dinner or meet up with friends."


Exercise Regularly


Exercise is a big part of Devon's life. "I'm a huge fan of Pilates – I like to do that a couple times a week as well as see my trainer. My trainer is always able to push me harder than I would myself. I also like to incorporate boxing for cardio purposes since I don't love to run. I always workout in the mornings as well. I would say I workout maybe 3-5 times a week," she told Women Fitness. 


She Prioritizes Hydration


Because she trains so hard, Devon makes sure to stay hydrated. "Drink a lot of water while you workout," she suggested to Women Fitness. According to the Mayo Clinic, hydration is important for a variety of reasons. Water helps get rid of waste through urination, perspiration, and bowel movements, keeps your temperature normal, lubricates and cushions joints, and helps protect sensitive tissues.




Megan Roup's dance-inspired workouts are a favorite of Devon's. "I am so terrible at cardio but this class is amazing because it's dance cardio… which means I really don't notice how exhausted I am while jumping around! She mixes the dance cardio with light weights, leg weights and sliders which are good for the booty as well as the abs! After the class I head over to this place called Lymbr to go get a quick 30 minute stretch. It is super important to stretch before and after workouts so that you don't injure yourself!" she revealed to Hollywood Life. 


Do Pvolve

Devon also does Pvolve workouts, which you can do at home with a few workout tools. "I really love this workout because it is full of small, slow movements that burn like crazy! This is the best workout for building super long and lean muscle! We use a lot of ankle weights and bands which are two keys for staying strong and slim! After my workout I get a 90 minute medical massage! This massage isn't just for relaxing because the masseuse gets very deep in your muscles and stretches you at the same time. It is almost a bit painful at times but when you're working out so much it is a necessity!" she told Hollywood Life. 


Do Strength Training and Cardio

Devon told Elle she likes to "mix cardio with bodyweight exercises," she said. She trains at the celebrity gym mecca The Dogpound. "I am training with my girlfriend and my trainer, Kirk! I love working out with friends because one, it's more fun, two, it's hard to get out of it, and three, it's more motivating and pushes me to try harder! We did a bunch of body weight exercises, some abs, booty, legs and light arms," she added to Hollywood Life. 


Leah Groth
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