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Madison LeCroy in Bathing Suit Says "Who's Bad and Who's Boujee!"

Here’s how she stays so fit.

Madison LeCroy, star of Southern Charm, is in a solid gold bathing suit, looking like a billion bucks. "Who's bad and who's boujee! #bachelorette," she captioned the photo with Erica Cain Missel, a management consultant. The reality show star is known for her good looks, and despite what you may think, she works hard to stay that way. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Madison LeCroy 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 Says Her Body is the Product of Hard Work, Despite Having Plastic Surgery

Madison has had plastic surgery but that doesn't mean she doesn't work hard to stay in shape. "Those of you who keep writing on my page saying that, 'Oh yeah, she's in shape because she had surgery,' let's fight," Madison once wrote online. "I [legitimately] put in so much work to get where I am and I continue to still do it. I couldn't just give up because I got surgery, but that is so belittling and just effing rude." She added: "I've had absolutely enough, because this," she showed her backside, "was not from a doctor. This is from hard work."


She is "Aware" of What She Eats

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"Mindful eating focuses on the why and the how of eating, versus what's promoted by many diets, which are more what to eat, how much to eat, maybe even when to eat," says dietitian Maxine Smith, RD, LD, to the Cleveland Clinic. "It's much more of an internal versus external approach to eating."


She is Focused on Fitness

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"Worried about heart disease? Hoping to prevent high blood pressure? No matter what your current weight is, being active boosts high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol, the 'good' cholesterol, and it decreases unhealthy triglycerides. This one-two punch keeps your blood flowing smoothly, which decreases your risk of cardiovascular diseases," says the Mayo Clinic. "Regular exercise helps prevent or manage many health problems and concerns."


She Has Played Golf

"Beginners luck might be a thing," Madison captioned a recent Instagram post of her swinging at a golf ball. One "advantage of golf is that you can play well into older age, unlike more strenuous sports, such as basketball or tennis. Even if you aren't physically able to walk the entire course, hitting the ball works your core and arm muscles. It also challenges your balance because as you swing, your trunk rotates and your weight shifts," says Harvard Health.


She Says She is Pretty Much Done With Plastic Surgery

"I mean, I'm sure when I get older, there may be things that I'll end up doing. Like yes, I do get Botox in my forehead. Do I mess with anything else in my face? I don't. I'm not gonna do anything. I'm not gonna try to fix my crooked lip that I was born with, 'cause that's just who I am. That's like a part of me. I'm okay with that. I'm okay with imperfections." 

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