Eva Longoria in Bathing Suit "Can't Stop the Feeling"
Eva Longoria has never been afraid of showing off her fitness. She seemingly has not aged a day since the beginning of her career, and her recent Instagram stories prove it. Longoria spent a day on a boat with her loved ones, and made sure to post a lot of photos and videos. She wore a black bikini, looking gorgeous, and sountracked it to "Can't Stop the Feeling." How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Eva Longoria 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 Works Out After Indulging
Longoria isn't afraid to indulge. Usually because she makes sure to hit the gym afterwards. She posted this reel on Instagram of herself doing exercises like lunges, lifting weights, and jumping on a trampoline. She captioned the reel, "After a weekend full of tamales, I had to drag my ass here this morning!"
She Works Out Her Arms
Longoria makes sure to work out her upper body, including her arms. She posted this reel on Instagram of herself doing different strength training arm exercises. In it, she is seen doing lateral pulldowns while kneeling and tricep curls. She captioned the reel, "Rise and grind."
She Does Trampoline Workouts
For Longoria, jumping on a trampoline isn't just a way to have fun, it's a way to workout. The actress is open about her love of doing trampoline fitness classes. She posted this reel on Instagram of herself doing different exercises on the trampoline, like jumping jacks. Longoria captioned the reel, "Never miss a Monday!"
One of Longoria's favorite ways to workout is boxing. She posted this reel on Instagram of herself boxing at home with her trainer. She captioned the reel, "Never miss a Monday! Thanks Chava for the workout!"
Longoria tells Bustle that she practices meditation each morning. "Right after I work out and as I'm stretching, I meditate. It could be for two minutes or 20 minutes. It just depends on the day, but those are the two things that really center and ground me every morning."