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Halle Bailey in Bathing Suit Says "Suns Out"

Here is everything she does to stay fit.

Halle Bailey is heating up social media in her swimsuit. The Chloe x Halle singer and Little Mermaid star showed off her incredibly fit figure on social media on Thursday, captioning a series of snaps of herself on a swing over the sea and lounging in a pool "suns out, buns out." How does she maintain her insanely fit figure? Read on to see 6 ways Halley Bailey 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 Does Circuit Training

In a January 2021 Instagram Story, Halle gave fans a glimpse of her intense circuit training workout. Weighted squats, box jumps, weighted side planks, and rotating hollow holds were all part of her routine. 


She Loves Hot Yoga

Hot yoga is another one of Halley's favorite workouts. "Hot yoga kicked my" behind, she captioned a photo of herself in July post-sweat session. "Hot yoga is not for everyone. The intensity of the workout and the hot temperatures have the potential to cause heat-related illness. Be sure you check with your doctor before trying hot yoga, especially if you have any health concerns or if you are pregnant," says the Mayo Clinic.


She Is Vegan

Both Halle and her sister Chloe are vegan. During BuzzFeed's Sister Test, the girls revealed a few of their favorite meat-free dishes, including avocado toast, rice, and bread and sweets such as vegan cheesecake, donuts, and pancakes.They also revealed the recipe for their favorite smoothie, which includes raspberries, almond milk, blueberries, apple, agave nectar, and ice.


She Likes to Walk

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During a Teen Vogue interview in 2017, Halle and Chloe revealed that walking is part of their stay-fit routine. "Every morning we walk our little brother to school. That helps us start our day off nice and refreshed," they said. When traveling for work, they also walk instead of hop in cars. 


She Goes Running

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They also revealed to Teen Vogue that they "love to go running, around three times a week." "A study out of the United Kingdom showed first-time marathon runners significantly improved their cardiovascular health during training for a 26.2-mile race," says the Mayo Clinic. "Specifically, this study showed participants had improvements in overall cardiovascular health but particularly related to the stiffness of the aortic vessel. This is important because as people age, the body's vessels become stiffer. This can be detrimental to your health since with stiff vessels your body has to work harder to pump blood."


She Doesn't Want to Be "Too Small"

Halle is more concerned with building muscle than losing weight. "I've always felt i was too small but honestly proud of my progress..😇getting somewhere 💪🏽💜" she captioned a recent Instagram photo of herself in the gym. 

Leah Groth
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