Jamie Chung in Bathing Suit Enjoys Fun Girls Trip
Jamie Chung is enjoying a girl's trip in Capri! The Dexter: New Blood star shared a bunch of photos with her followers recently from her Italian getaway. In one of the group snaps, the former Real World star shows off her fantastic figure in a white swimsuit. How does she prioritize health and wellness? Read on to see 8 ways Jamie Chung 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's "Addicted" to Workout Classes
Jamie is "addicted to classes," she revealed to Byrdie. She added to Harper's Bazaar that she is a big fan of mixing up workouts. "I love them all. I highly recommend ClassPass. I spend a fortune on Barry's Bootcamp, Cycle House, SoulCycle, Flywheel, Ballet Barre, SLT Pilates, YogaWorks…I do everything and I'm always trying different workouts and I was like, 'Finally, 99 bucks!'" (Scroll through the Instagram link to see her in the bathing suit with her pals.)
This Is Her Go-To Gym Workout
"If I'm in the gym, I like a 15-minute warm-up on the treadmill, then I go to the [crossover] cable trainer and I do a jump pull-up and then static holds and then I'll slowly come down — it really works your whole body," she revealed to Us. "I also do triceps and compound movement, like push presses and then squats with kettlebells. I'm all about time."
Here Is What She Eats in a Day
Chung detailed her diet to Byrdie. "In the morning, I'll have two breakfast tacos or a veggie egg scramble with avocado toast, and, of course, hot sauce. For lunch, I'll have a mixed-green salad with a protein and veggies and a Vita Coco Sparkling Water (lemon ginger is my fave). For dinner, I'll do a veggie brown rice stir-fry. I'm trying to reduce my animal protein intake, so I'll only have a bit of chicken or fish at lunch. For a snack, I'll have guilt-free popcorn or a handful of everything pretzel snacks from Whole Foods with guacamole."
She Does Health Retreats But Won't Fad Diet
Chung is all about resetting her health but never in the form of trendy diets. "I have done a health retreat to kick-start my new year at The Ranch Malibu. That was amazing! But I haven't tried any of the fads. I'm constantly trying to eat right and exercise. Sometimes I'll crank up the workouts so I can eat junk and have major cheat days," she told Byrdie.
Her Dog Motivates Her to Work Out
Chungs dog serves as fitspiration when she needs it. "If I decide to cancel my class, I'll motivate myself by taking Ewok on a long walk," Chung told Byrdie. "From there, I'll convince myself to do 100 jumping jacks at the park while he runs around. Then I'll do as many push-ups as I can and burn out with squats and lunges. It's not ideal, but I'll start with one thing and hopefully move to the next exercise. Before I know it, it's a solid 45-minute workout!"
These Drinks Help Her Digestive System
Chung has a few magic potions to help with digestion. "After a big meal, I'll usually make myself fresh tea. It includes fresh mint (I have a small mint plant in my kitchen, so I have a constant stock of mint at all times), lots of fresh shaved ginger, lemon, and a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar. Sometimes I'll add a bit of honey. That usually helps me digest and helps fight any bloating!" she told Byrdie.
"The best thing to do is start with a five-minute meditation when you first wake up," Chung told Us. "It's so easy to be so stressed out and [with] all the pressures we put on ourselves, just take five minutes to meditate and get your mind right, everything else will follow."
She Moves Every Day
Chung makes sure she is physically active every single day. "I like to move every day, I just feel better after I've moved, it's about your state of mind and giving yourself some endorphins," she told Us.