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Eiza González in Bathing Suit is "On"

Here are 6 ways the actress stays in shape. 

Eiza González is white hot in her swimsuit! The actress shows off her gorgeous curves in a white bathing suit via one of her latest social media posts. "On," she captioned the Instagram Stories snap, featuring the actress lounging on a boat in her swimsuit. How does she stay so incredibly fit? Read on to see 6 ways Eiza González 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!


Her Workouts Are Grueling

Eiza's workout are intense, involving weight and interval training. "This body needs to be happy by exercising, because I feel so good when I exercise. I go between three workouts," she told Shape. "I do a lot of weight lifting with high weight, low reps — that's something that this Latina butt needs to get toned. I'm also training for a movie"—this was when she was training for Michael Bay's Ambulance with Jake Gyllenhaal—"by doing a lot of intervals: cardio mixed with movement."


She Does Pilates

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"I swear by Pilates, and I die by Pilates," Eiza confessed to Shape. "It works out muscles that I don't work out ever. Like this little one under my boob, between my fourth and sixth left ribs." According to research, Pilates exercises are designed to increase muscle strength, endurance, and flexibility, and to improve posture and balance. 


She Gives Herself One Cheat Day Per Week


Eiza is all about a cheat day. "One day a week, I eat whatever I want. That's my one rule," she said. "I'll eat brownies. I'll eat pizza. I'll eat all the foods I want to eat because that's what this body needs to be happy."


She Moves Every Day

Eiza makes movement a priority. "I like to keep moving every day, not necessarily 'work out' every day, but keep moving," she explained to Harper's Bazaar Australia. "It doesn't have to be intense, just getting the body some blood flow and not staying stagnant." How much do you need to move? Each week adults need 150 minutes of moderate-intensity physical activity and 2 days of muscle strengthening activity, according to the current Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans


She Hydrates

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​​"I have to drink water all day, every day! Water has become such a basic life need for me because I travel so much and that dehydrates you a lot. From the change of weather to the plane, everything can be so harsh on you," Eiza told Harper's Bazaar. According to the U.S. National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine men should drink about 15.5 cups (3.7 liters) of fluids a day and women about 11.5 cups (2.7 liters) of fluids.


She Encourages a Plant-Based Diet

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"I recently became plant-based as I'm doing a little bit of a switcheroo in my life with food and I've loved it," she explained to Harper's Bazaar. "I'm trying not to eat as much sugar. I will say, I am a 'chocolate freak', so it's really hard for me, but I choose one day of the week that I allow myself to indulge." And, when it comes to sugar, coffee, and alcohol, she tries to keep consumption to a minimum. "I'm trying to live a more organic and responsible life, in terms of how I eat. I try not to touch sugar. I'm trying to bring down the levels of coffee that I drink. I love coffee but it's something that's bad for your lymphatic system."

Leah Groth
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