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Jamie Chung in Bathing Suit is "Still Grateful"

Here’s how she stays in shape.

Actress Jamie Chung and her husband, actor Bryan Greenberg, enjoyed their Thanksgiving holiday. Chung shared two new photos on Instagram of the couple enjoying time at the beach. In it, Chung and Greenberg sat on the rocks overlooking the ocean. She wore a black bikini, showing off her figure. Chung captioned the post, "Keeping up with 2 toddlers just shy of 14 months is exhausting. I don't have cute images without their faces on it and this is a day late. But still grateful." How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 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 Loves Green Juices


Chung makes sure to eat healthy. She tells Well + Good that one of her secrets is ordering green juices. "Usually between breakfast and lunch I'll grab a green juice. I feel like I have a harder time digesting veggies. It's more of an effort for me to include my greens in those two meals, so I make sure to drink it if I don't eat it."


She Takes Care Of Both Her Mind & Body

Chung revealed some of her wellness secrets to The Cut. In the interview, the actress was asked what her definition of wellness is. "Taking care of your body as well as your mind," she answered. "It's having a quiet consciousness. Being calm mentally, as well as physically."


She Loves ClassPass

Chung has a busy schedule, but she still makes time for fitness. She revealed her secret to The Cut. "I'm such a ClassPass girl. I've been with it since the beginning — it's just a way for me not to plateau with my workouts. I love checking out new studios and trying new workouts, so I think that's the best fit for me, especially since I'm bouncing around from New York to L.A. It really helps with the city change, and if I'm visiting a new city — like when I'm in Atlanta or I'm back home in San Francisco — it really conforms to my lifestyle, which is always on the go."


She Mixes Up Her Workouts

Chung tells The Cut that she does a variety of workouts to stay in shape. "I like to mix it up with classes. I like high-interval training classes, so I like Barry's Bootcamp and Sweat Garage. I love Prevail boxing classes, where you're working the bag and you're still doing weights. I love spin at Cycle House as well as FlyWheel. It kind of varies, but I'll also do an active rest day, where I'll do yoga."


She Meditates

Chung practices meditation as a way of maintaining her wellness. She tells The Cut, "It's okay to take a day off and just meditate. It's so easy to get stressed out and flustered; you have all this mental energy and it's very negative. I started to meditate a year and a half ago, and I started to calm my mind, and it helps me sort out how to fix a problem and come up with solutions with a clear mind. I think meditation has helped me prevent spontaneous outbursts of anger, truly. My husband [actor Bryan Greenberg] and I do it together — he put me onto it. It's a new thing we do, but it helps both of us and it helps the relationship."

Anna Bechtel
Anna Bechtel is a freelance writer currently based in Hamden, CT. Read more
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