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Mandy Rose in Bathing Suit is "Blessed"

Here are her top diet and fitness habits for staying in shape.

Mandy Rose is heating up social media in one of Kim Kardashian's swimsuits. The WWE beauty shows off her incredibly toned body in a Skims bathing suit in one of her latest social media posts. "Blessed," she captioned the Instagram snaps, modeling a blue and white two-piece. How does the 31-year-old maintain her fit physique? Read on to see 7 of Mandy Rose's top diet and fitness habits 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!


Working Out with a Trainer

Mandy's first good health habit? She works with professionals.  "I was conflicted at first," she told Muscle and Fitness about bodybuilding. "I always worked out, but I wasn't super strict with my diet. I hired a trainer and approached it like a hobby, but once I saw the progress and how my body was changing, I loved it." 


Clean Eating


Clean eating is another great health habit of Mandy's. She tries to follow a high-protein, low-carb diet with a few fast food meals sprinkled in. "Overall, I try to be consistent," she told Muscle & Fitness, "but sometimes you just have to eat what's available."


Cheat Meals

Mandy indulges on occasion. Her go-to cheat meal? Doughnuts. She even started a YouTube series on her channel alongside fellow WWE Superstar Sonya Deville called Damandyz Donutz, devoted to sampling and reviewing glazed doughnuts across the country. "I'm lucky to have good genes," she says. "And life's all about balance."


Fitness Apps


Mandy is all about fitness apps. She even started her own called Fit with Mandy. "It's a 12-week at-home program designed for both men and women of all ages and skill levels. You can go at your own pace and do this program anywhere—it includes a lot of HIIT exercises, and it requires little to no equipment. I designed the program because I'm always on the road traveling, and sometimes can't get to a gym with my busy schedule. But with this app, there are no excuses—anyone can make time. It's available for download now in the App Store, so check it out," she told Star magazine


Daily Exercise

Mandy approaches exercise like a daily job. "I train five to six days a week, usually for an hour and a half at the gym. However, being on the road as much as I am now, sometimes I have to train in hotel gyms or even my hotel room. I've learned to make it work no matter where i am. That's one reason why I created the Fit With Mandy app," she told Star. 



Cardio and HIIT Workouts

Mandy understands that combining HIIT and cardio is effective for staying in shape. "I warm up first and do some cardio, whether it's on the bike, treadmill or Stairmaster—just something to warm my muscles and get my heart rate going. A lot of my workouts consist of HIIT (high intensity interval training), which is my favorite form of cardio. After my warm-up, I spend 15 minutes stretching and working on mobility—for athletes, it's important to stretch and do mobility exercises to help prevent injuries. After that, I start my workout. Whether it's upper- or lower-body day, I do four sets of each exercise, with high reps," she said. 



Mandy understands that transforming your body doesn't happen overnight. "My biggest tips would be to train hard and give it time—nothing happens overnight. Also, try not to stress out about it!" she told Star. 

Leah Groth
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