Doja Cat in Bathing Suit Channels "Barbie"
Doja Cat is playing Barbie, in a swimsuit. The Planet Her legend shared an image on Instagram stories of her with Barbie logos, in another instance of her trademark cheeky humor. (She has said she wants to act and Margot Robbie is making a Barbie movie; Hollywood, give her a call.) How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Doja Cat 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 Kettlebells
"Regardless of where you want to be in three, six or 18 months, using kettlebells can be a great way to help you reach your goals. Like most training tools, using the correct technique is critical. Take the time to perfect your technique before progressing to the more advanced moves," says ACE Fitness.
She Uses Dumbbells
Doja Cat uses dumbbells in her workout. Try this: "Hold onto two lighter dumbbells as you balance on one foot and hinge forward into a tabletop position. With both elbows slightly bent, lift arms out to the side squeezing behind the shoulder blades. Lower the arms and then return to a standing position, ideally not touching the elevated foot all the way to the ground until all 10 repetitions are complete," says ACE Fitness.
She Does Jump Squats
Squats really work your glutes and core. "You don't need to go to the gym and lift weights to increase your muscular fitness. Use your body weight to do weight training exercises and resistance training. For example, try situps, pushups, squats and lunges," says the Mayo Clinic.
She May Get Into Acting Indeed
Doja Cat has expressed frustration with all the "unnecessary obligations" of her music career and has mentioned taking a hiatus or hinting at retiring. "I'd love to act. I'd love to be in movies. That's a massive want for me," she has also said. "Experiencing the arts has the added benefit of stimulating your brain centers and impacting your cognitive functioning. When you are moved by a performance, your limbic system is stimulated. Your temporal lobe is engaged when listening or watching a performance that arouses your emotions," Daniel K. Hall-Flavin, M.D., M.S., Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota, says in the Mayo Clinic.
She is Currently Recovering From a Tonsil Problem
"Hi guys. I wanted you to hear it from me first. Unfortunately, I have to have surgery on my tonsils asap. The surgery is routine but the recovery is going to take a while due to swelling. That means I have to cancel my festival run this summer as well as The Weeknd tour," she wrote in a statement. "I feel horrible about this but can't wait for this to heal and get back to making music and create an experience for y'all." She said she had a "growth" on her tonsil. "im quitting the vape for a while and hopefully i dont crave it anymore after that," she added later.