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Georgia Harrison in Bathing Suit is in "Magical Place"

Here’s how the Love Island star stays fit. 

Georgia Harrison never wants her vacation to end! The Love Island star, who is currently vacationing in Tulum, Mexico, flaunts her fabulous figure in a tiny swimsuit via her latest Instagram post. In it, she reveals a few of her favorite things (margaritas, synchronicities, mushrooms, and dancing under the stars) adding that she isn't ready to go home. "Also just extended my flight to stay and explore this magical place a little longer," she wrote. How does the 27-year-old keep herself in prime mental and physical form? Read on to see 5 of Georgia Harrison's top tips for staying 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!




Georgia encourages meditation. She reveals that she started her practice using apps like Headspace and also guided YouTube videos. "Then, from there you can figure out what suits you best, so you can do it with no music at all or just in silence," she told Heat World. "I think the most important thing for me and other people if they tried it, is meditation. I'm forever saying it and I will forever repeat myself! Your thoughts are constantly moving like a golf ball in a washing machine, if you don't pause it and stop for a second, you're really going to damage yourself mentally and physically. The only way to mindfully pause your thoughts is to meditate."


Get Your Sweat On

If you want a fit figure like Georgia, you are going to have to sweat for it. "Exercising was a turning point in my life I think and without exercising my mental health isn't the same. It's no ifs or buts, if I go a couple of weeks without exercising I'm not living up to my full potential mentally," she told Heat World. She loves at-home live workouts led by Gabby Allen or Courtney Black. "They're doing them constantly, they're doing ones where you can all join in at the same time which makes you feel like you're doing them as a team, you just feel like you've got a support group. The girls are so encouraging and if you do miss the live because you were busy at that time, they'll always post it to their pages so you can catch up. You can see other people who have changed their lives and bodies and it makes you think "if they can do it, so can I!"


Try Cryotherapy

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Georgia loves cryotherapy. Her treatments involve sitting in negative 90 degree cold chambers. "I only got talked into it because I heard all the footballers do it. … You think it looks easy because you're only in it for two minutes, but it's actually so cold. I think it helps with muscle repair, you're supposed to burn like 700 calories and it's really good for skin issues like psoriasis and stuff like that," she said


Eat Vegan

Georgia maintains a vegan diet, which she adopted to keep her psoriasis under control. "So after 10 to 15 years of trying literally everything you could imagine, from going to hospital once a week to light chambers and they never worked. So I went vegan and I had to really stick to it for about four to six weeks and ever since then my psoriasis has completely disappeared," she told Heat World. "I always used to think it could have been alcohol to yeast, I have tried to cut out all different things, because I really didn't want to have to give up cheese. Eventually I stuck to the vegan diet and it did all go. But don't get me wrong, I'm completely vegetarian but every now and then I will have a little Pina Colada or a little slip up, I'm not orthodox." Her favorite meals? "I love vegan fajitas, made with quorn or something like that. I know it's super boring, but I love getting a big sweetcorn soup and throwing loads of chillies in it. All just random vegetables, I just love it, it's so filling."


Give Off Good Vibrations

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Georgia believes in the Law of Attraction. "I believe that the universe works off of constant vibrations and I think that when you're giving off a vibration negativity, you're returned with more negativity and when you give off a vibration of positivity, more positive events happen in your life," she told Heat World. "If you are patient and give it a really good chance, a few weeks, maybe even a month, you'll start to see things materialize in your life and with that faith you'll then be able to move forward and utilize the Law of Attraction but if you give up after two days because you didn't wake up with 100 quid on your face, it's not going to work!"

Leah Groth
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