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Jessie Wynter in Bathing Suit Says "The Countdown is On"

Here’s what her diet and workouts look like. 

Love Island star Jessie Wynter is ready for warm weather, sunshine, and blue skies. Wynter shared pictures of herself wearing a black and white polka dot bikini, posing next to a luxury indoor pool in a gorgeous spa. "The countdown to bikini weather is on ☀️," she captioned the post. "Looking gorgeous, drop the workout routine!" commented a fan. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Wynter stays in shape and the photos that prove they work.


What's In Her Fridge?

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Wynter follows a balanced, healthy diet with room for treats. "For breakfast I always like to have a high protein and high fiber meal," she says. "It's my biggest meal of the day, so I'll have a big bowl of oats with Greek yogurt, blueberries and honey on top. I usually go for a lighter lunch, so I'll whip up a chicken salad. I'll either have chicken prepared in the fridge or just buy some from the store and chuck it together with salad ingredients. I love to get my veggies in at dinner time. I'll have carrots, broccoli, cauliflower, sweet potato and then my main protein source will be chicken, steak or salmon."


Long Walks

Wynter makes sure to stay active as much as possible, especially when actual workouts aren't possible. "I think getting outside and moving your body is so important," she says. "I don't think you need to be doing hectic workouts all the time, but sometimes something like just a long walk outside is the perfect thing for your mind. I love to chuck a podcast on and listen to some good music."


Homemade Smoothies


Wynter loves making her own smoothies at home. "I love a good muesli bar and making smoothies," she says. "I'd have banana, a nice chocolate protein powder, yogurt and I usually use oatmeal and chuck in chia seeds and peanut butter as well."


Pilates Sessions

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Wynter swears by Pilates, even if it's just a 10-minute session. "Obviously keeping active is huge for me, even in the villa, I would always find time on my own to go do a little mini workout," she says. "Obviously working out releases endorphins, it's just so good for de-stressing. So I think incorporating little bits of that in your day, every day is just so important. You don't have to be like working out for two hours, it could literally be like 10 minutes of Pilates or a little 10-minute workout on the floor. Five minutes of journaling – it doesn't have to be anything extreme. But it's just taking those small amounts of time out of your day, to make sure that you stay grounded, and you've got that time to think for yourself."


All About Self-Care

Wynter makes a point to relax and enjoy herself at least once a week. "I am all about self-care," she says. "I think it's so important to take the time to wind down and have a moment to yourself. So my ultimate self-care Sunday would start off with getting enough sleep, having a bit of a lay-in, and relaxing in the morning. I think starting your day off in a relaxed state of mind is so important.

Ferozan Mast
Ferozan Mast is a science, health and wellness writer with a passion for making science and research-backed information accessible to a general audience. Read more
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