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Jade Thirlwall in Bathing Suit Says "Swipt to the End"

Here are 5 ways she stays in shape.

Jade Thirwall is heating up Jamaica in her swimsuit. The singer shows off her incredible body in a bathing suit in one of her latest social media posts, shared from her island vacation. "Swipe to the end for an exclusive of me as Gollum," she captioned the Instagram post with her millions of followers. How does the artist keep herself so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Jade Thirlwall 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 Is a Fan of the Workout Buddy System

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Jade is a fan of the workout buddy system. "What motivates me? I can't go [to the gym] by myself. One because I get embarrassed because I don't know how anything works, but two because it's really hard to motivate yourself. I go with my brother or my boyfriend because you want to be better than them – it gets competitive," she explained to Cosmopolitan


She Makes a Great Playlist

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Jade needs motivating tunes to exercise. On her workout playlist you will find "power anthems [and] Little Mix," she said. "I listen to Scooter and Cascada, it gets you proper pumped. It really makes you wanna move."


She Prioritizes Self-Care

Jade's life is incredibly busy but she makes time for self-care. "Took a much needed 'millennial pause,'" she captioned a recent post from a spiritual getaway. 


She Shouts Names at Herself

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Jade has a rather unconventional method of motivating herself to exercise. "I shout names at myself. I'll be like 'Jessica Alba', 'J-Lo'.. If you say the names, it motivates you because that's who you want to look like," she told Cosmo. 


She Loves Herself

Jade maintains that self-love is the ultimate key to health, explaining her theory in an interview discussing her eating disroder to BBC. "It got to the point when I knew I needed someone else to tell, harboring a horrible secret like that is obviously really damaging to your mental health and obviously my physical health," she said. She eventually told someone she thought she had a problem. "It was like a weight had been lifted off my shoulders. The minute I started to actually talk to people about it, was the minute I started to get better," she continued. "I don't think I would ever do that to myself again." When talking to two teenagers in recovery from anorexia, she revealed the secret to recovery: "I just learned to love myself again."

Leah Groth
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