Nicole Scherzinger in Bathing Suit Says Hi From United Arab Emirates
Nicole Scherzinger has been incredibly fit since the beginning of her career. She first came into prominence as the lead singer of the burlesque girl-group, The Pussycat Dolls, and is now a panelist on The Masked Singer. This weekend, the singer posted some awesome photos of herself in a neon green bathing suit, alongside partner Thom Evans, taken on a beach in the United Arab Emirates. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Nicole Scherzinger 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 Goes To Barre Classes
Scherzinger is a big fan of going to barre classes, which are ballet-based workout classes. These classes have a lot of benefits on your body. "A barre workout combines traditional elements of a classical ballet barre workout with Pilates and contemporary leg exercises to offer a low-impact, challenging workout focusing on the lower body," Julie Erickson, Endurance Body & Yoga owner, explains to Byrdie. "A barre workout will tone the glutes, hamstrings, and calves, creating that long, lean dancer look."
She's A Dancer
Scherzinger is a member of The Pussycat Dolls, and the group is known for their intricate choreography in both their music videos and live performances. The group's creative director, Robin Antin, even released a workout DVD based on the group's choreography.
She Weight Trains
Scherzinger revealed some of her go-to workouts on this Instagram video. One of the components of her fitness is using weights. Scherzinger is seen doing elevated lunges, while raising hand weights.
She Focuses Her Legs & Lower Body
Scherzinger is known for her incredible legs and lower body, and she works hard to keep them in shape. In her Instagram video going through her workout, Scherzinger is seen doing leg and lower body workouts, like squat lunges and donkey kicks.
She Uses A Stationary Bike
In her Instagram video, Scherzinger is seen using a stationary bike in her home gym. "So, what exactly are the benefits of bike riding? First, you'll get a great cardio workout that challenges your legs and core muscles without putting stress on your joints. In fact, cycling has been proven to benefit folks who have osteoarthritis. If your joints can't take the impact of running or walking, cycling can help decrease pain and increase your aerobic capacity, according to one study," says the Mayo Clinic.
She Does Yoga
"Happy Sunday everyone?? Feeling so grateful to be home. And with my 'ohana. Even got to sing for my tutu and family in papa's church this morning! ? ? Sending aloha and blessings to all of you ???," she once captioned a post of her doing yoga.
She Eats This for Breakfast
"For breakfast I love eggs and toast and smoked salmon or bacon, or porridge," she said. Starting with protein is a great idea. "They're a classic breakfast food for good reason: Eggs are an economical and nutritious choice that gives breakfast a natural boost of nutrients," Lauren Manaker, MS, RDN, LD, a registered dietitian nutritionist for Zhou Nutrition told our sister site Eat This, Not That!.