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Emma Chamberlain in Bathing Suit Poses Seaside

Here’s how she stays fit.

Emma Chamberlain is a star Youtuber, podcaster, entrepreneur and social media influencer, with 15 million Instagram followers that include everyone from Kendall Jenner to Camila Cabello, Bella Hadid and Sharon Stone. This weekend, she shared some shots from a beachy locale. "You look so good in this set, wow," said one follower. "Phenomenal," said another. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Emma Chamberlain 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 Starts Her Day With Coffee

"The first thing I do when I wake up is check the time." She doesn't set any alarms. "And then it's coffee time. I go straight downstairs to either make my coffee or get coffee with someone," she told Harper's Bazaar. (She has her own brand, Chamberlain Coffee.) Her go-to at home is a latte with two shots of espresso, vanilla almond milk and vanilla nut pod creamer. When she goes out: cold brew and almond milk. "Caffeine is particularly helpful for those who work out. Caffeine found in coffee has been shown to increase epinephrine levels in your blood as well as stimulate the breakdown of fat making free fatty acids available as fuel," Kelli McGrane MS, RD, registered dietitian and Lose It! nutrition consultant, told our sister site Eat This, Not That!. "And these two factors together can help fuel and energize your workout."


She Eats Eggs

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Emma likes "burnt eggs"—with salt, pepper, Everything but the Bagel seasoning, a whole avocado and some Cholula seasoning. "Most healthy people can eat up to seven eggs a week without increasing their risk of heart disease. Some studies have shown that this level of egg consumption might even help prevent certain types of stroke and a serious eye condition called macular degeneration that can lead to blindness," says the Mayo Clinic.


She Manages Her Anxiety

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Emma has had anxiety since she was a child, she revealed on PAC Talks. One of her first memories was using a stuffed animal to comfort her. Her mom called them "scary thoughts"—"thoughts that were uncomfortable in my brain that followed me all day, that were irrational." Now, as an adult, she has had trouble falling asleep or being comfortable socially. Knowing she can't just turn it off, she has "learned to find things that will at least make it better." Like reading, which Emma picked up during the depths of the pandemic. "Reading books, and reading anything in general," is one of the best ways to entertain herself and calm her anxiety. 


She Waits for the Burn Outs to Pass

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Sometimes Chamberlain can get overwhelmed with all the output on her plate. "When I'm feeling burnt out, I know that the best thing I can do is do nothing and wait for it to pass and it always does. I used to push through it and I would go deeper and darker into that bad spot. Now when I feel it coming, I beat it before it gets too bad," she told Vogue.


She Deleted TikTok

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"As dumb as it may sound, it has been genuinely a life-changing experience. It's crazy how much I have realized. It seemed like TikTok kept me entertained in the bed to the point where I would stay in bed so much longer. Within the first few days of deleting TikTok, I stopped laying in bed so much because I would get so bored. It forced me to get and I felt like I was doing more chores," she said on her podcast Anything Goes.

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