Pia Wurtzbach in Bathing Suit Says "See You Soon"
Model Pia Wurtzbach is clearly missing fiancé Jeremy Jauncey. Wurtzbach shared pictures of herself posing on a beautiful beach in a variety of swimsuits, including one snap of herself and Jauncey. "See you soon where the sun meets the sea, my love 💙🌊🏝️," she captioned the post. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Wurtzbach 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!
Disciplined About Workouts
Wurtzbach makes an effort to workout whenever possible. "Just proper diet and exercise. If I can do it daily, I would," she says. "If the schedule permits, I do it every day. I try to do it in the morning, so then it's out of the way and I can continue on with my day. If not, then I'll do it a few times a week, but definitely, I will try to do it."
She Lifts Weights
Wurtzbach says she loves lifting weights, and dispels the myth that women will get "bulky" from it. "I do a lot of weights," she says. "And a lot of women try to stay away from weights or they do more cardio because 'oh maybe I'll be macho', but that's not true. We're genetically not made to grow that big unless you try to alter something in yourself. Weights, and just a bit of cardio. More weights than cardio."
Lots of Protein
Wurtzbach focuses on protein-packed food that gives her energy. "I have a busy schedule and am constantly traveling so when I do have the time to grocery shop or prepare a meal, I make it a priority," she says. "However, I love sushi so I find myself eating out often for that! I like to enjoy foods that keep my energy levels stable. Otherwise I'd likely crash at some point during the day."
Wurtzbach's typical dinner consists of salmon with vegetables such as broccoli, spinach, and potatoes. "The dark green color of spinach leaves indicates they contain high levels of chlorophyll and health-promoting carotenoids including beta carotene, lutein and zeaxanthin," says registered nutritionist Jo Lewin. "As well as being anti-inflammatory and anti-cancerous, these phytonutrients are especially important for healthy eyesight, helping to prevent macular degeneration and cataracts."
Wurtzbach's snacks are healthy yet delicious—a typical snack is dried mango and cottage cheese, or a handful of unsalted almonds. "Almonds are a good source of nutrients that are important for brain health, including vitamin E, folate and unsaturated fatty acids, as well as l-carnitine which is known for its neuroprotective benefits," says registered nutritionist Nicola Shubrook. "More human trials are required but animal studies have shown that almond consumption may well boost memory."