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Madison LeCroy in Bathing Suit Enjoys "Island in the Sun"

Here’s how the Southern Charm star stays so fit.

Madison LeCroy is steaming up the Garza Blanca Cancun. The Southern Charm star, who is currently vacationing in the posh Mexican resort, posed for some swimsuit selfies, showing off her fabulous figure in a black and white number. Weezer's song "Island in the sun" played in the background of one. How does the 31-year-old keep herself in such great physical form? Read on for 6 of Madison LeCroy's top tips for staying 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!


Be Mindful About Your Diet

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Madison pays attention to her diet. "I try to stay pretty healthy," she told Bravo Insider. "I'm pretty mindful about whatever I eat." Before starting a meal plan, make sure it:

  • "Includes a variety of foods from the major food groups: fruits; vegetables; whole grains; low-fat dairy products and lean protein, including beans and other legumes, nuts and seeds; and healthy fats
  • Provides guidelines for how much food to choose from each group
  • Includes foods you can find in your local grocery store — rather than specialty or gourmet store items
  • Fits your tastes, lifestyle and budget," says the Mayo Clinic.


Try a Health Cleanse

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Madison is a fan of doing healthy, food-based cleanses to jump start her health. At the start of 2021 she committed to a 30-day clean-eating plan, fueling up on veggies, proteins, and healthy fats and eliminating dairy, alcohol, and artificial sugars. In order to set herself up for success, she completely emptied her refrigerator and started from scratch, filling it with only foods on her cleanse. 



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Madison drinks a veggie-fueled beverage when she wakes up. "I always try to do some kind of juice in the morning. I do celery juice for skin purposes. I don't have the best skin so I try doing that," she said. "Most adults should eat the equivalent of 2 1/2 cups of vegetables a day. The exact amount you need depends on your age, sex and level of physical activity. Any type of vegetable counts, whether it's raw, cooked, fresh, frozen or canned. Vegetable juice counts, too. Just make sure it's 100 percent vegetable juice and low in sodium," says the Mayo Clinic.


Hire a Personal Trainer

Madison trains with a pro. "I work out with a guy named Gunnar, who has been a friend of mine for so long. Him and his girlfriend are great. They help me with meal plans and stuff like that just to keep me on track because they know that I've worked hard," she said. "I would say he's more of an accountability coach, which I appreciate 'cause sometimes I can get into the work mode and mom mode and put the health on the back burner."


Exercise a Few Days a Week

Madison works out consistently but not every day. "I try to work out at least four days a week, sometimes it's three days. It's all generally mental health for me, I crave it. I definitely feel that it makes me a little bit less on edge," she revealed to Bravo. 


Take an Exercise Class

Madison admits she is "very competitive," so group fitness helps motivate her. "I love working out with other people, all ages, all sizes, because when the girl beside me is giving me a run for my money, you know I'm running fast. I'm like, 'OK, girl. Let's go,'" she told Bravo. 

Leah Groth
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