Gizelle Bryant in Bathing Suit Says "Have a Great Weekend"
Gizelle Bryant, the Real Housewives of Potomac star, spent her weekend at the beach. And she just posted a new boomerang on Instagram of herself by the water. In it, she wore a one-piece swimsuit and skirt, her impressive legs on display. She captioned the post, "Have a great weekend." How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Gizelle Bryant 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 Uses Nutrisystem
Bryant is open about her love of the Nutrisystem program. She is even an ambassador for it. She tells E! News, "With Nutrisystem, it gets delivered to your door so I didn't need to worry about going out and buying all this junk, all this stupid stuff that I was eating…The pounds just literally fell off."
She Works Out To Feel Good
Bryant tells E! News that she is working on living a healthier lifestyle. She says that her main goals aren't necessarily to lose weight, but to feel better about herself. "I don't really have a set number of pounds I want to lose," she revealed. "I just want to look in the mirror and feel like a hot, sexy mama, that's it."
She Eats Healthy On Vacation
For Bryant, eating healthy doesn't take a vacation. She revealed on Instagram that she still keeps her healthy habits up when she goes on a vacation, or is having fun. "Even when on vacation, I can still maintain portion control and make smart choices. If I can do it, you can do it!"
She Goes Outside
Bryant revealed some of her favorite workouts that she did during the pandemic to BravoTV.com. She says that she does a lot of outdoor activities. "I've been riding my bike. I've been taking long walks."
She Works Out Her Lower Body
Bryant has an amazing set of legs, which means she does a lot of lower body exercises. She tells BravoTV.com that she does a lot of these exercises at home. "I've been doing my squats," she says. "Keeping the booty tight." Try a glute bridge. "Lie in a supine position with the knees bent and the feet flat on the floor. Place the feet hip distance apart. Tighten the core and move into a slight posterior pelvic tilt. Exhale, contract the glutes and press the hips up and away from the floor. Inhale and lower the hips to the starting position. Complete 12 repetitions; rest and repeat for a total of two to four sets," says ACE Fitness.