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Lele Pons in Bathing Suit Shows "Cellulite"

Here's how she stays fit.

Lele Pons is a trailblazer. Besides filming The Secret Life of Lele Pons and her podcast Best Kept Secrets with Lele Pons, she just posted a photo of herself in a swimsuit, showing off her "cellulite," a far cry from the airbrushed images celebs usually post. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Lele Pons 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 Works Out

During quarantine, at around 11am, Lele worked out "with my trainer Diana Maux. And we do it every morning. We try not to do it at nighttime. I usually don't do exercises, but right now in quarantine, there's nothing else to do, but eat. I'm doing like" glute "exercises. I'm doing a lot of squats. I'm running, I'm doing pushups, working on abs. I'm doing also like cellulite removal. Like she does like massages on my cellulite right here. Because I have a lot of cellulite," she told Vanity Fair.


She Eats Clean

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If she had her way, "I would always eat pasta, Milanese, pasta, pasta, pasta, pizza. I'm so Italian, my God pasta with Coca-Cola every day. Now everybody like my trainer took everything out of my kitchen and my freezer. And now everything I eat is somehow healthy. There's just water and lemonade. Everything is protein. Everything has no sugar. It's just fruits, everywhere, salads. So sad. I'm sorry. But it's hard. I feel amazing. But I feel like I want sugar," she told Vanity Fair.


She Has a Dog

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"At 10:00 AM, 10:30, I'll take Toby on a walk," she said of her dog. "Dogs are high-energy companions, love to play and need exercise. People who own dogs get more activity in their day simply by making accommodations for their dog's lifestyle. According to the American Heart Association, dog owners are 54% more likely to get the recommended amount of exercise than their non-dog owning counterparts. As a result, and due to a stronger immune system from being exposed to pet fur and dandruff, many dog owners see a decrease in blood-pressure, triglycerides and cholesterol levels, making them less at risk for heart-disease," says American Humane.


She Has Severe OCD

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"OCD is more like you're obsessed with something. It can be rituals. It can be like numbers. It can be anything, but it takes over…My OCD is thoughts. Very, very powerful thoughts that make me do stuff that I don't wanna do," says Pons. "When I was little, my OCD was I had to put a pillow in my head. I had to be at least one minute without breathing. And if I made it, I was gonna be happy," she revealed. Given that she if often bullied on the Internet, she says, "Am I scared to tell people? Yes. Am I scared of what they might say? Yes, but am I embarrassed? No. I suffer from OCD, Tourette's, ADHD, and depression. I have OCD. The OCD doesn't leave you in times that I'm sad in times that I I'm going through stuff, OCD is there. Iit's just really hard because there's triggers. And in OCD, if you are triggered, let's just say to do something, you have to do it." 


Squats are Great for Fitness

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"To do a squat, stand with your feet slightly greater than shoulder-width apart and your toes pointing ahead. Slowly descend, bending through the hips, knees and ankles. Stop when your knees reach a 90-degree angle. Then return to the starting position. You'll feel tension in your legs and buttocks," says the Mayo Clinic.

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