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Leigh-Anne Pinnock in Bathing Suit Is In Her "Zen"

Here is how the Little Mix singer stays fit. 

Leigh-Anne Pinnock is enjoying her vacation – in her swimsuit! The Little Mix singer shows off her fabulous figure in a swimsuit in her last few social media posts. "This is my zen and it always will be 🥹 @andregray_ you know the way to my heart ❤️ beautiful day and just what I needed," she wrote, giving her fiancé and baby daddy a shout out. How does the mother-of-two maintain her fit physique? Read on to see 6 ways Leigh-Anne Pinnock 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 Eats Vegan

In an interview with Glamour, Leigh-Anne revealed that she maintains a meat-free diet. "I just turned vegan and for me, it's making me eat so much healthier – it's just vegetables all the time, so let's see how long I can last," she said. "Vegan diets tend to lower heart disease risk by helping to lower LDL, HDL, and non-LDL cholesterol," plant-based nutritionist Courtney Pool tells our sister site Eat This, Not That! "A vegan diet also tends to reduce blood sugar levels from elevated to more normal, which also impacts on cardiovascular health." 


She Works Out with a Trainer

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Leigh-Anne works out with personal trainer Aimee Victoria Long, who told The Sun that Leigh-Anne exercises "for health benefits and to feel strong, rather than someone who is stuck to getting a number on a scale, but she is back to a size six again," she said. "She really embraces her body, she seems to love her body and never says anything negative about it, but she wanted to be strong, healthy and fit for the children."


She Does Strength Training with Minimal Equipment

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Leigh-Anne is accustomed to doing at home workouts, and trains via Zoom. "She is in her new home and she doesn't have a gym in there at the moment, so everything she has achieved is just using a resistance band, a mat, some ankle weights and some light handweights," Long revealed. Long trains Leigh-Ann three times a week, and incorporates three things into every workout: Pilates, barre, and body weight conditioning. She also takes classes."I love legs, bums and tums classes," Leigh-Anne told Glamour. 


She Doesn't Diet

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Prior to going vegan, Leigh-Anne revealed that she has a go-to meal when she wants to lose weight.  "I tried to follow a plan – my trainer put together a 'things to eat on what day' and [I had] to keep it all in tupperware and then each day I [could] have certain things, but it's so time consuming. It's long. We tend to just have chicken and veg when we're trying to be healthy," she told Cosmopolitan.


She Breaks Up Her Workout Days By Body Parts

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Leigh-Anne likes to train a different body part during every workout, telling Cosmopolitan, "It depends what kind of body part you want to tone really – I focus on my legs and abs. It's good to do a different [body part] every time you go to the gym; focus on legs, focus on arms, focus on abs."

Leah Groth
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