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Emma Roberts in Bathing Suit Has a "Reset" Getaway

Here’s how she stays fit.

Emma Roberts—star of American Horror Story, Holidate, Nerve and We're the Millers—reset herself in the Hacienda AltaGracia, Auberge Resorts, thanks to the Well. "The most beautiful reset possible in my new favorite place @thewell @altagraciaauberge @aubergeresorts the most magnificent setting, the kindest people, the most mind blowing experiences"—she added a heart emoji here—"can't wait to get back!" she captioned a photo of her swimming in a bathing suit. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 7 ways Emma Roberts 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 Asks Herself What She Feels Like Eating

"With my diet, I do what feels good for me at the time," she told the mag. "I try not to say that I won't eat something. Instead, I stay in tune with my body and my mind, and I think, What do I feel like eating?" she told Shape.


Here are Her Go-To Foods

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"If I have a day off, I'll have eggs and bacon and toast. I adore classic breakfast foods. For lunch, I'll do a chopped salad with avocado, chicken and tomatoes. Dinner is a turkey burger, or salmon with teriyaki or ponzu sauce, and brown rice with broccoli," she said to Shape. "I need snacks, particularly when I'm working. Lately I've become obsessed with seaweed. And chips and guacamole make me so happy! I also love cupcakes, ice cream and Sidecar Doughnuts."


She Does Compound Exercises

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"A compound exercise is one that uses multiple muscle groups at the same time to perform a movement. A good example of a compound exercise is the squat; it uses many muscles in the legs and lower body, such as the quadriceps, hamstrings, calves, glutes as well as engaging the core and lower back," says the Australian Fitness Academy.


She Thinks Sleep is More Important Than Exercise

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""I'm very easy on myself with diet and exercise," she told the Zoe Report. "I want to be healthy, and I want to do a good job, but I never put pressure on myself because there are so many more important things, like sleep." She added: "To me, sleeping is more important than working out."


She Gets Scented

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"A spritz of perfume can really boost your mood in the way that it makes you feel complete. Like, you know, you can not be wearing make-up, but if you put on an outfit and spray a little perfume, you instantly feel more put together. I think, especially right now, it's good to do little things to make you feel like your day has started and that you're feeling good about yourself. I like to spritz mine on my neck and wrist, and a little in my hair," she told Vogue.


She's Done Yoga and Sound Baths


"I've loved doing virtual yoga in quarantine. It really helped get me moving and feel centred. I've also been doing a lot of sound baths. I follow Sacred Light Healing on Instagram, and they do them online and they're really amazing. So those have been really nice for me, a bit of a meditation," she told Vogue.


She Focuses on Wellness in General

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"In terms of wellness in general, I'm always trying to incorporate more wellness into my life. Just trying to put my electronics away early in the evening, and prioritising a nice bedtime routine of taking a bath and reading my book; just taking time for myself to unwind," she told Vogue.

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