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Gala Caldirola in Bathing Suit is in "Miami Beach"

She is all about gaining muscle.

Spanish TV star Gala Caldirola is enjoying a fun-filled trip to Miami. Caldirola, 30, shared pictures of her vacation, including snaps of herself looking sun kissed in a black bikini with bright pink lipstick, against a background of palm trees and blue skies. "Miami Beach 🏝️💦," she captioned the post. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Caldirola 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!


Sensible Habits

Caldirola approaches her health and wellness with sensible habits over fad diets. "I try to take care of my meals, eat five a day, drink a lot of water and green tea," she says. "In addition, I try to play sports when I can."


Building Muscle

Caldirola works out not to lose weight but to build muscle. "Friday, the last training day of the week and in case I was thinking of relaxing over the weekend, I have to train with a lot of weight," she says. "My trainer says… 'Now you have two days to rest the muscle and watch it grow!' Contrary to what many people think, my focus is not to lose weight, but to gain it, but muscle mass… And how hard is that!"


Vegetables and Lentils


Caldirola focuses on a vegetable-heavy diet. "The basis of my diet is vegetables, cereals, fruit and protein; the cheapest food," she says. "Others say they don't have time, but give yourself 20 minutes to prepare lentils and rice, it lasts a week in the fridge and is healthier."


A Little of Everything

Caldirola mixes up her workouts depending on how she feels. "As a daily routine, I always recommend doing a little of everything, working all the muscles in the body, since they are all necessary and functional," she says. "I suggest general fitness, aerobics, maybe working with your own weight, or functional training."


No Dieting

Caldirola doesn't restrict any food groups from her daily diet. "I do not eradicate any type of food from my diet, what I eat the most are vegetables and animal protein (chicken, fish)," she says. "That's where cereals, carbohydrates come from, and, obviously, drinking a lot of water."

Ferozan Mast
Ferozan Mast is a science, health and wellness writer with a passion for making science and research-backed information accessible to a general audience. Read more
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