LeAnn Rimes in Bikini Shows Off Impressive Abs
LeAnn Rimes is ab-fab and flaunting it! The country music star, who is currently vacationing on Lake Powell, shared a photo on social media this weekend, looking super fit in a teal bikini as she explored a swimming hole. "Beam me up…" she captioned the photos, highlighting her long and lean figure. How does the 38-year-old maintain her physique? Read on to see 5 ways LeAnn Rimes 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!
She Works Out Four Times a Week
LeAnn works out four days a week, and manages to get one in wherever she is. "I take a jump rope with me everywhere I go, so it's easy to do and easy to do bodyweight workouts in my dressing room," she told Us Weekly. She also plays tennis.
Her Glutes Are Her Go-To Workout Area
"I do like my" backside, she told Us. "I did something on Instagram called Tight Tush Tuesday and everybody kind of freaked out about it, so it's become a thing. I work pretty hard on" that part.
Her Husband Is Her Workout Buddy
LeAnn told Us that she and her husband, Eddie Cibrian, are "on the same page" when it comes to health and fitness. "He likes to be a boy when he works out and make noises and grunt and stuff. I'm like, 'I can't even deal with you right now,'" she revealed. The two often take SoulCycle classes and go on hikes and walks around their neighborhood together. They also help each other with healthy eating. "When I first met him, he was not the healthiest eater at all," she says. "But I think I've gotten him over on my team."
She Eats Healthy…Most of the Time
LeAnn eats a healthy diet, but allows herself to indulge. She starts her day with a green smoothie, and eats a healthy lunch and dinner, maybe something with a cauliflower base, topped with a protein like marinated and baked tempeh or grilled chicken, and lots of greens and veggies. "Sometimes nourishment is the cake, the chips, the pizza, and the mac and cheese," she told Women's Health.
To take care of her mental health, LeAnn mediates, sharing her chants on social media. She even released a chant record, CHANT: The Human & The Holy, in 2020. "I've been creating chants to infuse and send out alongside of my @soulofeverle candles and I had no idea how they would be received, or how much you would connect with my new adventures. I felt so inspired by the overwhelming LovE that you sent my way that I knew I wanted to expand upon the clear nod from the universe that I was on to something special," she wrote on social media.