Love Island's Antigoni Buxton in Bathing Suit Enjoys "Summer in the City"
Antigoni Buxton is sexy in the city this summer! The Love Island star enjoyed a day at the pool this week, showing off her fabulous figure in her swimsuit and sharing some snaps via social media. "Summer in the city," she captioned the Instagram Stories. How does the reality star maintain her physique? Read on to see 5 ways Antigoni Buxton 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 Is a Foodie
Antigoni's mother is celebrity chef Tonia Buxton, and she has passed her love of food on to her daughter. "My life revolves around music and food and training so I can eat whatever I want," Antigoni told the girls when she arrived on Love Island. "I don't really go for a specific type with looks. Every guy I've ever liked has this quality that's just like sauce."
Her Father Is Her Trainer
Antigoni's secret weapon to staying in shape? Her father, Paul Buxton, is a personal trainer and his daughter happens to be his star client and workout buddy. "Proud of my beautiful daughter and training partner," he captioned this post of the two of them in the gym.
Antigoni, who identifies as a singer/songwriter, takes a lot of dance classes. She even has an entire tab dedicated to dance on her Instagram account. In this video, shared to Instagram, she shows off some of her moves. "When @daniellebartonn teaches a heels class to Red Flag. Dancing with my babes."
She Loves Water Sports
Antigoni spends a lot of time in the water. She loves standup paddleboarding. On a recent trip to the Mediterranean Sea. She posted a series of vacation photos including one of herself paddleboarding in the water. She captioned the post, "Best place in the world." She also loves to swim.
Antigoni is also into snow sports, including skiing. She hit the slopes in the French Alps earlier this year, showing off her moves on Instagram in this series of photos and videos of herself skiing in a red outfit. "My new favorite color," she captioned it. "Results indicate that downhill skiing, especially when performed on a regular basis, may contribute to healthy aging by its association with a healthier life style including higher levels of physical activity. Several other mechanisms suggest further favorable health effects of downhill skiing in response to specific challenges and adaptations in the musculo-skeletal and postural control systems, to exposures to cold temperatures and intermittent hypoxia, and/or emotional and social benefits from outdoor recreation," says one study.