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Pink in Bathing Suit Says "See Ya Soon"

Here’s how she stays so fit.

Pink is heating up London in her swimsuit. The singer shows off her insanely fit figure in a pink swimsuit while getting ready for her Hyde Park performance. "Gettin it all in before we go get it!!!!" she captioned the post, telling fans, "SEE YA SOON." How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 7 ways Pink stays in shape and the photos that prove they work.


She "Unplugs" for Her Mental Health

Pink prioritizes her mental health by getting outdoors. "In my career, I'm around so many people with so much energy directed at me," she says, "and I also make noise for a living. So it's important for my mental health to unplug and be in nature," she recently told Women's Health.


She Does Aerial and Acrobatics

Pink is one of the most athletic singers, doing aerial performances and acrobatics. "It's exhilarating," P!nk says. "Every performance I get to do new things, so I'm always trying to top it. And it's going to start getting really hard to do that because I've done the craziest stuff. But we're always on the lookout for new cool things that you might not die from."


She Works Out Like It's Her Job

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"I like being strong," Pink said about what motivates her to sweat. While on tour she exercises three times a day, once in the morning, once in the afternoon, and "two hours of pure, psychotic cardio at night" onstage. "I have so much energy," she told Women's Health about the invigorating workouts. 


She Does Lots of Workouts

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Pink trains with Jeanette Jenkins, alternating between cardio HIIT, strength training with bodyweight and dumbbells, yoga, Pilates, cardio kickboxing, cardio sculpting with medium and light weights, and core-specific routines, she revealed to Women's Health. She claims she is the strongest she's ever been in her life. "I could pick up a car if I needed to," she said. 


She Cycles

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Pink is also a cycler. She loves her Peloton, where "Cody Rigsby tells me to get my life together, and I listen," she said. The Cleveland Clinic explains that biking, a low-impact aerobic exercise, is great for building muscle, improving strength and flexibility, and improving balance. It can also boost mental health and help other health conditions, including arthritis. 


She Went Away to Health Program

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Pink experienced weight gain after a hard time in her life. "I was probably a bit depressed from all of the loss," she says, "and I couldn't lose weight to save my life. I would work out three hours a day, eat clean, and my metabolism was a dud—I couldn't get anything started. And I was like, 'I'm exhausted, I'm sad, I haven't been away from my family for three years—not even overnight. And I just need a minute,'" she told Women's Health, revealing that she went to a two-week program at SHA Wellness Clinic in Alicante, Spain. "It was the longest I've ever been away from my kids, and the biggest gift I've ever given myself," she says. "I did it for me, which in turn would be for them." She added: "I got rest. I wasn't getting rest before. I slept in a bed by myself for the first time in 11 years. I had time to meditate and cry and journal."


She Folls the Kushi Diet

During the two weeks, she was introduced to the anti-inflammatory Kushi diet, which involves eating a lot of vegetables, beans, and whole grains. She would drink apple cider vinegar mixed with water before every meal and didn't drink while eating. She still follows a lot of the principles at home. What does she eat? She has miso soup for breakfast. She snacks on string cheese and Pirate's Booty. Fish, salads, and scrambled eggs with spinach are other of her go-to's. 

Leah Groth
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