Eva Longoria's Curves Are on Display in Bike Shorts and Crop Top
Eva Longoria has some swerving curves! The 46-year-old actress flaunted her fantastic figure in bike shorts and a crop top on an airport tarmac on Wednesday, holding hands with her son. "I'll go anywhere with you," she captioned the image of the two of them walking toward a private plane. How does the star manage to look half her age? It all boils down to a few simple pieces of advice. Read on for 5 of Eva Longoria's top health and fitness tips for staying in shape and see the photos that prove they work—and to get beach-ready yourself, don't miss these essential 30 Best-Ever Celebrity Bikini Photos!
It's Simple: Eat Right and Exercise
According to Eva, there is no "secret" behind her hot body. "Especially as you get older, people want to know the secret to looking good and there is no secret. It's diet and exercise," she bluntly explained to Vogue Australia. "People say they eat well but they don't exercise. Or they run 20 miles a day but they can't lose weight. You have to do both."
Try Different Workouts
When it comes to fitness, Eva likes to maintain variety. "I do a lot. I'm a runner, I do yoga, I do pilates, I do SoulCycle and I'm just constantly mixing it up," she explained to People.
Fuel Up with Veggies
Eat your veggies, says Eva! "After I run, I eat probably the same thing every morning, which is egg whites with spinach and turkey bacon," she dished to The Cut. "I could easily be a vegetarian because I love vegetables so much and I feel like L.A. is a place that can support healthy living," she added to InStyle. "I love cooking with vegetables and I have a secret for cooking with vegetables, [which] is that they don't need a lot. A lot of people cover them in cheese or cover them in a sauce, and vegetables really only need olive oil."
When You Work Out, Go Hard
Whether she is weight training with Grant Roberts or jumping the calories away on her JumpSport trampoline, Eva gives it her all.
Skinny Doesn't Mean Healthy'
Eva emphasizes that health is much more than a number on the scale. She once told Health that her unhealthiest moment was also her skinniest. "I try to have a healthy outlook. I'm your everlasting, hopeless optimist!" she said. "I don't feel like we should go by these rules and social constructs of society where you have to be a certain size to be pretty," she added to the magazine a few years later.