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Mady Dewey in Bathing Suit "Made Her SI Swimsuit Mark"

Here’s how she stays so fit.

Mady Dewey is making her Sports Illustrated Swimsuit mark. Ahead of the annual swimsuit bible release, the magazine is sharing a sneak peek at one of their newest models. "LOOK AT HER GO! 👏 2022 SI Swim Search winner turned Rookie @madydewey has officially made her SI Swimsuit mark and we're sharing more exclusive photos from her 2023 shoot with @wattsupphoto in Puerto Rico at the link in our bio," the magazine captioned a series of Instagram snaps. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Mady Dewey 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 Takes Time for Self-Care

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"I think that it's a really important practice to fill your own cup up first," Dewey told Sport's Illustrated. "Something I do daily for my mental health, which I've been doing for the past few years, is a morning block. Whether it's five minutes, an hour, it doesn't matter about the length of time, but making sure that I get out of bed before I start my work day has been huge for my mental health."


She Starts Her Day with Positive Affirmations

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Mady starts her day with a few daily affirmations to begin her day on a positive note. "I always write one in my notes app when I wake up," she told SI. 


She Exercises

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Exercise isn't just for physical health, Mady reminds. "One more [self-love practice] is being active and moving my body with intention," she told the publication. "So only listening to my body, moving when it feels right and resting when it feels right as well." Physical activity is anything that gets your body moving. Each week adults need 150 minutes of moderate-intensity physical activity and 2 days of muscle-strengthening activity, according to the current Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans


She Does Social Media Detoxes


Mady is a proponent of the occasional social media detox. "Another way that I practice self-love is by taking the end of the evening to get off my phone, whether it's five minutes or a full hour, whatever I can do to just decompress with my partner, chill out with the cats," she told SI. "No phone necessary."


She Approaches Social Media with Caution

Mady sets an intention before picking up her phone to avoid falling victim to the comparison trap of social media."The best thing that you can do before even logging on is just telling yourself, 'I'm going on to get entertainment, to learn something, to catch up with my friends,'" she told the publication. She also tries to avoid checking her phone first thing in the morning. "You can just say, 'I'm going to go on and watch five pieces of content on TikTok,' for example. Or, 'I'm going to see five videos and make five comments and that's it, and then I'm gonna get off and start my day,'" Dewey offers. "Holding yourself accountable is actually a great way to kick off your day."

Leah Groth
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