Nicole Scherzinger in Bathing Suit Nails "Motivation Monday"
Singer and TV personality Nicole Scherzinger lives her best life on Instagram. And she wants to inspire you to do the same. "Reminder: Stay on course and keep your eye on the prize. Believe in yourself #MotivationMonday," she captioned images of her on a jet ski. "You got this!" How does the Masked Singer panelist and former Pussycat Doll 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 Has Supportive Friends
Scherzinger tells Women's Health that she loves to workout with her friends, and that they help her stay motivated. "Me and my girlfriends support each other for the gym. Because, you know, it's hard to be motivated sometimes, so when you go you push each other."
She Tries Different Things
Scherzinger tells Women's Health that she and her friends like to try new workouts and exercises together. "We try to do different things. We'll go hiking one day and then we'll try a sculpting hot yoga class, then we'll do a cardio."
She Eats A Variety Of Healthy Food
Scherzinger broke down some of her favorite healthy meals to Women's Health. She says that she likes to eat a variety of things each day. "For breakfast I love eggs and toast and smoked salmon or bacon, or porridge. For lunch I like maybe some soup or some sushi. For dinner, anything from pasta to rice, meats and veggies, to sushi."
She Believes In Moderation
Women's Health asked Scherzinger what the most helpful piece of wellness advice she received was. Scherzinger gave many answers, including emphasizing the importance of moderation. "Don't deprive yourself of anything because eventually you'll crave it and then you might binge on it. Everything in moderation."
She Gets Enough Sleep
Another piece of wellness advice Scherzinger gave to Women's Health was making sure to get enough sleep. She says, "Get lots of sleep – sleep really makes such a huge difference." Consider this, from the Mayo Clinic:
- "Sleep quality. If your sleep is frequently interrupted, you're not getting quality sleep. The quality of your sleep is just as important as the quantity.
- Previous sleep deprivation. If you're sleep deprived, the amount of sleep you need increases.
- Pregnancy. Changes in hormone levels and physical discomfort can result in poor sleep quality.
- Aging. Older adults need about the same amount of sleep as younger adults. As you get older, however, your sleeping patterns might change. Older adults tend to sleep more lightly, take longer to start sleeping and sleep for shorter time spans than do younger adults. Older adults also tend to wake up multiple times during the night."