Jordana Brewster in Bathing Suit Says "I Spy With My Little Eye"
Fast and Furious star Jordana Brewster and husband Mason Morfit are clearly still in the honeymoon phase of their marriage, judging by her social media. Brewster, 42, posted photos of herself lounging in the grass wearing a plaid bathing suit, and revealed Morfit was the one to take the cheeky pictures. "I spy with my little 👁️", she captioned the post. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Brewster 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 Never Skips a Workout
Brewster is notorious for never skipping her workouts, even during the holiday season. Her current trainer Shannon Decker is constantly praising her client's work ethic and sharing videos of their training sessions on social media. "We love an upper body day 🔥🍽️," she captioned one video taken on Thanksgiving Day.
Brewster loves to partake in CBD drinks, calling it her "5 'o'clock cocktail". "People report that oral CBD helps relieve anxiety and pain and also leads to better sleep," says Harvard Health. "However, the same may not be true for a host of other CBD products on the market today, in particular those that are rubbed on the skin. It's hard to know whether these have any clinical benefit, because they haven't been tested sufficiently."
Brewster preps protein and vegetables at the start of the week so the fridge is full of healthy options for lunch or dinner. "Meal prep is like creating your very own line of microwaveable meals tailored to your exact preferences," says Gabrielle Fundaro, Ph.D., exercise science professor, certified sports nutritionist and Renaissance Periodization coach. "Many people like to pack all their breakfasts for busy mornings or lunches to eat at the office. Or you can also choose which meals you'd like to prep if you don't want to take on every meal for the week."
Lots of Berries
Brewster always keeps antioxidant-packed blueberries, raspberries, and blackberries in her fridge. "Antioxidants work everywhere in the body, including the heart," says Kathleen Johnson, M.A., R.D., L.D.N. "Fresh or frozen is better than dried. Dried berries have only 20 percent as many phytonutrients, and more sugar."
Brewster loves walking and hiking with her beloved pup. "Walking can help protect you during cold and flu season," says Harvard Health. "A study of over 1,000 men and women found that those who walked at least 20 minutes a day, at least 5 days a week, had 43% fewer sick days than those who exercised once a week or less. And if they did get sick, it was for a shorter duration, and their symptoms were milder."