Helen Skelton in Bathing Suit is on the "Best Beach"
Helen Skelton is on her favorite beach in her swimsuit. The English television presenter shows off her famous figure in a leopard print bathing suit in one of her latest posts, shared while on vacation. "Never understood why people kept going back to the same place on holidays then I had children and I got it … we know where the park, the good pasta and the best beach is," she captioned the series of Instagram photos. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Helen Skelton 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 Loves Outdoor Exercise
Helen is incredibly active outdoors. "Like me, my kids are always outside, my garage is full of tents, kayaks, paddleboards… you name it, it's there," Helen told HELLO!. "I've always been a walker, a climber, a hiker an outdoor swimmer."
She Refuses to Take Weight Loss Pills
Skelton once opened up to The Sun about her experience taking weight loss pills, and revealed that she is done with those sort of weight loss methods. "We have to be very, very careful because in this day and age people want a quick fix."
She Mixes Up Her Workouts
Helen mixes up her workouts. "'I don't have any sort of set routine because my life is so unpredictable. I'm all about mixing it up. But I do go to the gym and run a lot. I've got big, strong legs," she told Women's Health.
She Exercises to Eat More
Helen doesn't work out to lose weight, but so she can eat more. "For me, exercise is an excuse to eat. Like most women I've had a bad relationship with food at some point in my life, but when I started doing these challenges, like kayaking down the Amazon and running marathons and things, my relationship with food completely changed. Now I can eat more, because I need it. It's like putting petrol in a car; if you don't put petrol in your car it's not going to go very far, is it? My favourite thing at the minute, is to go for a run and then have poached eggs and salmon. It's so good. When you exercise, food tastes so much better," she told Women's Health.
She Challenges Herself
Helen loves creating challenges for herself. "I always say to my friends that I can't wait until I'm not doing a challenge anymore and I can just do some pilates or some yoga, but as soon as I'm not doing something I find something else. I just had a few days off work so I've been in Cuba for 10 days on holiday and we did 800km on our bikes, just cycling me and my friend. She's a cyclist and I'm not really, but I just said I'll come along and it was good fun. Hard, but fun," she told the publication.