Josie Canseco in Bathing Suit Launches "New Campaign"
Josie Canseco is one of the most successful working models today. She just did a new campaign for Lulifam Swimwear. She posted the highlights on Instagram. In the post, Canseco is seen modeling on the beach in different pieces. She wore a pink bikini, a pink and green floral one piece with cut outs, a green bikini, and a green one piece. Read on to see 5 ways Josie Canseco 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 Cycling
Canseco revealed some of her favorite exercises to Us Weekly. She says that she has a favorite workout. "I love cycling, I do it all the time. It's a good cardio mix. I'm all about cardio and high intensity music."
She Does Different Cardio Classes
When Canseco is prepping for a job, she does a lot of different cardio classes. She revealed her process to Us Weekly. "Rumble classes, boxing, running, cycling, I love personally," she said. "When we prepped for the [Victoria's Secret Fashion] Show last year, I was doing cycling maybe like two or three times a week. Boxing training one-on-one, like really focused and in my zone."
She Works Out With Music
Canseco always makes sure to have a good workout playlist. She tells Us Weekly that music is a big way for her to stay motivated. "Music is really like my therapy. So anything that's pretty much music-involved gets your head in the game."
She's Cutting Out Meat
Canseco revealed to Us Weekly that she is slowly making changes to her diet. "I've been slowly transitioning to be pescatarian," Canseco said. "I just kind of have a soft spot for animals and down the line, I'd like to work with them and have my own nonprofit one day. So not eating red meats and chicken obviously, and slowly transitioning into [not eating fish]."
She Believes In Balance
When it comes to her diet, Canseco doesn't do anything extreme. She tells FOX News that she believes in everything in moderation. "It's just balance," she says. "It's OK to have pizza and stuff like that, but [weight loss] should be hard work, it shouldn't be easy."