Justin Bieber Shares Hailey Bieber Swimsuit Photo
Justin Bieber posted a photo of his wife Hailey Bieber on his Instagram Stories yesterday. The caption? "Sweet n sexy," he wrote, under a photo of his wife in a green swimsuit. Indeed, the supermodel manages to combine both adjectives, seemingly effortlessly. How does she look so glowing while keeping so busy? Read on to see 5 ways Hailey Bieber 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 Bikini Photos!
This is Her Morning Routine
"Brushing my teeth, drinking a celery juice, washing my face in the shower, moisturising and taking vitamins after I've eaten," she told Elle Australia. Then for breakfast, she will eat "Either a smoothie, some boiled eggs and bacon, or oatmeal."
"Monday plans = hydrate + hydrate + hydrate," reads the caption of one of Hailey's Instagram posts. "So how much fluid does the average, healthy adult living in a temperate climate need?" asks the Mayo Clinic. "The U.S. National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine determined that an adequate daily fluid intake is:
- About 15.5 cups (3.7 liters) of fluids a day for men
- About 11.5 cups (2.7 liters) of fluids a day for women
These recommendations cover fluids from water, other beverages and food. About 20% of daily fluid intake usually comes from food and the rest from drinks."
She Doesn't Eat a Lot of Meat
"I tried a plant-based diet for two months during quarantine," she explained. "I felt great and I had a lot of energy, but it was not for me. I don't eat a strictly plant-based diet and I do still eat meat. I just don't eat a lot of it. I've picked up more fish, greens, and lentils," she told Harper's Bazaar.
She Uses This on Her Skin
Hailey is a bareMinerals ambassador and told Harper's: "My skin feels the best when I've been in the ocean. Salt water is the best skin healer for me, and I've found that nature can be the most soothing for my sensitive skin."
Hailey boxes. Harvard Health describes two types of common boxing classes. "In one, you follow a leader and do a series of boxing moves all choreographed to bouncy music, similar to an aerobics class. The moves include a combination of large, sweeping punches (crosses, hooks, uppercuts); smaller punches (jabs); squats (ducks); and short, quick steps forward and back. The other type of exercise class involves strength training, stretching, and hitting a punching bag. Don't have the strength to stand and do boxing moves? Both types of classes are available for people who wish to remain seated while punching at the air or at a punching bag."