Jane Seymour in Bathing Suit Visits Elephant Sanctuary
Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman star Jane Seymour recently took a trip to the Green Elephant Sanctuary, where she actually got to meet some elephants up close. In her most recent Instagram photo, Seymour poses with two elephants in the water. Seymour wore a black one piece swimsuit, looking stunning. "Spending some quality time with my new friends here at the Green Elephant Sanctuary! They really are majestic and beautiful creatures!" she wrote. Read on to see 5 ways Jane Seymour 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 Comfortable In Her Own Skin
Seymour says that she doesn't fear aging, she rather embraces it, and always tries to be comfortable with her body. "There's an enormous freedom in having lived as long as I have. Like my father used to say, I'm comfortable in my own skin," she told Playboy. "I feel much sexier now than I ever did when I was younger."
She Does Isometric Exercises
Seymour tells Lifetime that she loves to do isometric exercises and movements. These are exercises that engage your muscles, but don't contract them, like a plank position. "With isometrics, you're isolating and engaging the stomach muscles to strengthen them. It has given me really strong stomach muscles, and I have a longer, leaner look than before."
She Takes It Easy Sometimes
When it comes to exercise, Seymour doesn't always get super intense. She says that she likes to take it easy when it comes to fitness, and avoids hiring herself. "I have a hot shower before I exercise," she revealed to Lifetime. "I get on the treadmill for 10 minutes to half an hour, and I also do light weights very carefully."
She Eats Healthy
Seymour broke down her typical diet to Closer Weekly, where she revealed that she tries to eat as healthy as possible. "I don't eat too much starch, I try not to. Mostly I eat … chicken, a lot of vegetables. We grow a lot of vegetables in the garden, organically."
She Believes In Moderation
While Seymour tries to eat healthy, she tells Closer Weekly that she doesn't have a super strict diet. Seymour says that she believes in moderation and a balanced diet. "Everything in moderation, which, of course, is the hardest thing. Me telling myself I'm on a diet never works. Me saying, 'Okay, I'm going to have a bite of this cake but I don't need the whole cake,' that's how it works."