Megan Marx in Bathing Suit "Cannot Believe How Much You Can Love One Little Animal"
Megan Marx is enjoying a day at the beach with her dog in her swimsuit! The Bachelor star flaunts her incredible figure in a bathing suit while taking a walk on the shoreline with her pooch in one of her latest social media snaps. "Nunchi's little face kills me everytime. I cannot believe how much you can love one little animal," she captioned the Instagram post. How does the reality star stay so fit? Read on to see 6 ways Megan Marx 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 Eats "Simple Foods"
Megan eats clean. "I like to eat a lot of simple foods that will keep my gut healthy – lots of fresh vegetables, probiotic yogurt, eggs and meat," she told Body and Soul. "I make my own bread and pasta when I can…admittedly I love wine and cheese too, and that's definitely a big part of my diet."
She Hits the Gym
Megan also attributes her figure to regular workout sessions. "I'm a huge fan of HIIT training, and I love doing weights. Honestly though, it's different every week depending on where I am," she told Body and Soul. Sometimes she uses the fitness app Zova, taking 30 minutes classes that burn 500 calories.
What is the secret to Megan's glow? "A good skincare regime, lots of water, a hairdresser that can put up with my unkempt mane, seawater for my skin (and state of mind), and concealer," she told Body and Soul.
She Snorkels and Scuba Dives
Megan is a big fan of snorkeling and scuba diving. In a recent post she revealed that she hasn't shared enough about her hobbies. "I've scolded myself over the years for not capturing the 'content' of the many years of travel, camping, diving, happinesses," she wrote.
Megan is also an avid surfer. "Did not kill it out there today, but I had a … ton of fun," she captioned this snap. One study says "the results showed increased cardiovascular and muscular fitness related to surfing, improvement in the mental-wellbeing of 'at risk' young adults and veterans suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), significant health benefits for individuals with disabilities, and more positive mood from outdoor vs. indoor exercise."
Megan also exercises her mind by reading. She regularly shares photos of her favorite books. People who read books regularly had a 20% lower risk of dying over the next 12 years compared with people who weren't readers or who read periodicals, one Harvard study published in Social Science & Medicine found.