Olivia Culpo in Bathing Suit Shares "Pics You Liked the Most"
Model Olivia Culpo is known for her stunning Instagram photos, and isn't afraid to show off her fit figure. Her fans love it. "Pics you all liked the most in 2021," she captioned a new series of photos. "What I'm understanding here is you guys like Christian, fashion/travel and" flashy photos—"anything else you'd like to add for 2022?" How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Olivia Culpo 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 Drinks A Lot Of Water
Culpo revealed a lot of her health and wellness secrets to StyleCaster.com, and one of her secrets is staying hydrated, especially when she's on the road. "Drink water! Traveling can be so dehydrating, so it's really important to drink lots of water. I can see a difference in my skin when I don't do it."
She Cooks Healthy Meals
Culpo tells StyleCaster.com that she loves to cook healthy meals for herself, and she has a few signature dishes. "I have made everything from sweet potato toast to ginger-soy sautéed vegetables," she says. "I feel the healthiest when I make the food myself."
She Stays Motivated To Workout
In her interview with StyleCaster.com, Culpo was asked how she stayed motivated to workout often. She answered, "How great you feel after." Culpo also says that she makes a workout playlist full of country and pop music.
She Does P.volve Workouts
Culpo revealed to Shape that she loves to take P.volve workout classes, and that they are easy to work into her lifestyle. "The P.volve workout is great for me because I travel a lot," she says. "There are 3-pound ankle weights, 2-pound free weights, and tons of elastic bands that you can use in different ways."
She Stays Consistent
Culpo tells Shape that she thinks that one of the most important things about fitness is consistency, and that she tries to fit in a workout every day. "I've noticed it's very important to be consistent with workouts," she says. "I think it's really easy for people to go through phases where they're really intense with their workouts and then they kind of fall out of it."