Megan Thee Stallion in Swimsuit is "Hottie with the Body"
Megan Thee Stallion, the iconic rapper, is enjoying Memorial Day weekend in a swimsuit. Her post from Fashion Nova sent the Internet on fire. "🔥🔥🔥," commented Paris Hilton. "Hottie with the bodyyyy 💋," said Vanessa Hudgens. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Megan Thee Stallion 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 Greek Yogurt
Megan once made a Greek yogurt parfait with fruit and granola. Good choice. You could eat something like that on the Mediterranean diet. "What does breakfast look like when you're following the Mediterranean diet? Appealing and full of fiber-rich foods, such as fruit and whole grains, that can keep you feeling pleasantly full for hours. This version includes plain Greek yogurt, blueberries, apple slices, whole-grain toast and peanut butter," says the Mayo Clinic.
She Held a "Hottie Bootcamp"
Megan's bootcamp features high-intensity workouts and healthy eating. "This journey is not necessarily about losing weight but about me getting healthier in general and seeing how I can transform my body in the healthiest way possible," she went on to explain. "So this is just about me cutting things from my diet, adding things to my diet and figuring out what's best for my overall health."
She Tossed All Her Junk Food
"I like to snack and I like to eat whatever I want to eat. And I just feel like lately, the things that I've been eating have been not so good for my body," she sais at the start of her Bootcamp. She added: "Throwing out thee junk food 🥺 Today I cleaned out the fridge to the best of my abilities 😂 ps. Untouched food was not shown and I will donate it I just had to show y'all my commitment to getting rid of the junk 💙."
She Does Squats
Megan was seen doing squats with a kettlebell. "When done correctly squats require an optimal ROM from the mobile joints of the ankle, hip and thoracic spine. If these joints are working correctly then performing an effective squat pattern should not cause any discomfort to a client, however if a client loses mobility from any of these joints that it could adversely affect the joints of the knee or lumbar spine which are designed for providing structural stability," says ACE Fitness.
Get a punching bag to get your heart moving. "Cardio can mean anything from running and biking to jumping jacks and kickboxing. For strength training, bodyweight exercises, free weights or resistance bands can all be beneficial. Whatever workout you plan to do at home, try to mix in a combination of cardio and strength training that works for you and your goals," says the Cleveland Clinic.