Model Gabriella Brooks Shares Swimsuit Photo on Beach
Gabriella Brooks doing handstands on the beach in her swimsuit. In a new social media post, the model shows off some impressive moves during a day at the beach, sharing the photo to her Instagram Stories. How does the gorgeous influencer keep herself fit and healthy? Celebwell rounded up some of her top health habits.
Gabriella's favorite workout is reformer pilates. "It's the best thing I've found for my body," she told Women's Health Australia. "I find that it's kind of meditative when I do it, it's not just, 'Oh I've got to go work out now,' it's something I actually really enjoy. Ideally, I like to do reformer two to three times a week. That makes me feel great. And on the days I'm not doing it, I don't feel like I need to exercise but if I do, it's just something like a gentle walk. At one stage I was overdoing it and trying to go every day, just because I loved it so much, but I think my body actually resisted that and it just felt like a bit too much, so I pulled it back, which is better for my body."
Gabriella relies on supplements to get the nutrients she doesn't get from food. "I take fish oil tablets, Floradix for iron, and magnesium," she revealed to Body + Soul.
Gabriella prioritizes self-care and loves to get a good rub down "I'll usually get a massage at least once a month to release tension. I find it helps a lot with lymphatic drainage too," she told Body + Soul.
Gabriella relies on heat therapy after an intense workout. "I like to sauna after workouts, I haven't tried ice baths yet - but all my friends swear by them so I think that's next on the list to try," she told Body + Soul.
"I listen to my body. My work schedule is all over the place so I fit in workouts where I can, and when I'm exhausted, I just let my body rest," she told Body + Soul about the importance of self-care. "Mental health is so important to me," she added to Vogue. "When I'm stressed or tired, I turn off my phone and have a magnesium salt bath to relax, light some candles and read in bed. The more I stay on top of my physical health—eating well, exercising, drinking enough water—the easier I find it to stay in a good place mentally."