Eva Longoria in Bathing Suit and 6 Other Celebs From This Week
Despite being in October, several celebrities decided to break out their swimsuits this week. Whether it was from a vacation, or the weather was warm, these celebrities decided to show off their incredible figures. They all worked hard to keep themselves in shape, so might as well show the results. Here are this week's celebrity bathing suit photos, as well as some of their wellness secrets. Read on to see how the celebs 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 Bikini Photos!
Singer Rita Ora tells Cosmopolitan that she's a fan of portion control. "I watch what I eat but I just cut my portions in half," she says. "So if I want a burger I'll just cut it in half and eat half of it. That or I'll take the bread off and only eat the burger. Or if I want fries then I won't have a burger to go with them."
The Pussycat Dolls frontwoman is no stranger to showing off her body. However, Scherzinger told Cosmopolitan that she hasn't always been body positive. "I'm more accepting of my body now," she says. "I was always very critical of myself from a young age, and when I was 14, I started running. I would go outside in the middle of the night and run, because I thought I had to be thinner and that my thighs should look a certain way." Scherzinger says joining The Pussycat Dolls has helped her accept her figure. "When I got The Pussycat Dolls, it really amplified that because it had so much to do with showing your body off… But you should embrace and accept yourself more. Don't be so hard on yourself, and love your curves."
The Victoria's Secret Angel likes to mix up and do a variety of exercises. "For me, mixing workouts like boxing, jump rope, and basic ballet works best," Swanepoel says to Shape. "Boxing works my arms and core, ballet elongates my muscles, and jumping rope is a great way to warm up before any workout."
Taraji P. Henson
The Empire star works with personal trainer, Mike T., to help her stay in shape. And T. says that the actress is extremely dedicated to her fitness journey. "Honestly, Taraji is very disciplined in the gym," he tells InStyle. "She's the type of person that if you tell her she can't do something, she's definitely going to want to do it even harder. Her focus is second to none. She's a warrior in the gym. I've never had anything that she's backed down from—she's a dream client."
The TikTok and He's All That star obviously burns a lot of calories by dancing and making dance videos. However, according to this video with Kourtney Kardashian, Rae enjoys doing lower-body and butt workouts. "I've done this butt workout so many times because it literally burns so bad, but it's so good," she says. Rae's typical 6-minute butt workout includes donkey kicks, fire hydrants, and fire hydrant extensions. She then repeats the series.
The actress recently made headlines for her "Year of Health", where she documented her new fitness and healthy eating plan. Wilson worked with trainer Jono Catano to help create her workout routine. Catano says that he focused on giving the actress a structured health and wellness routine. "If you don't have any structure, prepare to fail," Catano said to Sunrise.
Longoria's trainer, Grant Roberts, tells HollywoodLife, that he does a lot of strength training workouts with the actress. He says, "Eva is responding well to traditional old school weight training with some unique angles and movements." Longoria's typical exercises include, isolated lat pulldowns, hammer curls, and cross body curls. Roberts praises Longoria's commitment saying, "She rolls out of bed, there's no makeup on her. She looks like a million bucks. She's always happy. She puts the work in. I've never seen her in a bad mood. She's super generous. I mean, she is superhuman, I don't know how else to explain it."