Jamie-Lynn Sigler in Swimsuit Poses in Pool With Stacy Keibler and Friends
Jamie-Lynn Sigler is having the time of her life on a girls trip to sunny Cabo, Mexico. Sigler, 42, joined friends Stacy Keibler and JoAnna Garcia Swisher at a luxurious resort, posing in swimwear in the pool with the other ladies. "Took a little pause in life with some of my best people and remembered how to live a little 🏼," she captioned a social media post. "So fun!!!! What a crew! Enjoy love!" commented actress Emmanuelle Chriqui. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Sigler stays in shape and the photos that prove they work.
Yoga and Personal Trainer Sessions
Sigler focuses on workouts she can do with her MS (multiple sclerosis) diagnosis. "There isn't a ton I can do due to my MS, but I really try," she says. "I do private Kundalini Yoga at my home. I also see a trainer occasionally where we try to incorporate dance with the physical therapy that's been prescribed to me. It makes me happy to do some of the things I used to do when there was no MS."
Her Go-To Snacks
Sigler snacks on turkey, bananas, and unsweetened tea when she's on the go. Bananas are a great choice for a snack, thanks to their high nutrient content (including magnesium and vitamin C). "They're full of nutrients and easy on the gut. Very few people have problems digesting bananas," says Elyse Homan, RD, LD.
Lots of Home Cooking
Sigler starts the day with a protein shake. "I just started using collagen protein—I mix it with spinach, frozen berries and a little POM juice/water," she says. "When home I make a dish I made up… I roast some broccoli (in olive oil and a little salt) in the oven for 30 min at 350, bake a sweet potato, and top it with an avocado and lots of lemon! [Dinner] varies greatly. I signed up for One Potato which sends you ingredients and recipes for 3 dinners per week. It gives me such a great variety of dishes to try and make. I even made gnocchi one night! I cook probably 6/7 days a week."
Sigler had depression after being diagnosed with MS, and had therapy to help her deal with those feelings. "I just never involved anybody in my life with my disease. I was really going through it alone," she says. "I became incredibly depressed. I was back to living alone and confused and scared about life in general, not just the MS."
Meditation and Positivity
Sigler meditates and works hard to support her mental health. "Meditating [is] the kindest thing I can do for myself, when I can do it," she says. "I feel like I always look to others for their advice on this… but I'd say having a mantra really helps me. I have it hanging in my closet so I see it every day and can repeat it a few times each time I see it. It's personal and just for me, and really comes through in the days where I am not feeling so positive."