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Pip Edwards in Bathing Suit Has "Some Serious Quality Down Time"

Here’s how she stays in shape.

Pip Edwards is ready for the holidays. And she is enjoying the warm weather in New South Wales. Edwards just shared a new set of photos on Instagram. In them, she lounged on a chair wearing a white bathing suit top with gray stripes, a pair of white shorts, and a white hat. She captioned the post, "Another working year done and dusted. Now for some serious quality down time." How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Pip Edwards 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 Outside

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Edwards spends a lot of time outside. Last month, she went on a hiking trip with her family. Edwards posted these highlights from the trip on Instagram. She captioned it, "A weekend well spent with the best company, fresh air and the kind of nature reset that makes you never wanna leave. But I am sooooo ready for my big week of work back in the city. The Cotswolds, you have my heart. What a secret oasis."


She Does Pilates

Edwards opened up about her favorite workouts to Women's Health. She says that she loves to do pilates. "I spent a lot of time in my early 30's doing weight training and HIIT workouts. I had a bad injury and kept training with it, and then I hit a wall and realised that I needed to look after my body. A friend then recommended a really good Pilates instructor who specialises in rehab Pilates. Now I make sure that I fit Pilates classes into my schedule three times a week, and it's changed my life."


She's Motivated


Edwards is extremely motivated. She tells Women's Health that this attitude comes from her being a business owner. "When you have a start-up business, life is fun, you have a lot of energy and motivation. You learn to run at a fast pace… because you have to!"


She Works With A Trainer

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Edwards likes to do sessions with a personal trainer to help her stay in shape. "My trainer, Kirsten King, is basically a wizard," she tells Women's Health. "She has an incredible knowledge of the anatomy. She just knows the body inside and out and she's taught me so much about my body."


She Switches Up Her Workouts

For Edwards, working out is all about variety. She tells Women's Health that she tries to do different exercises each day. "Even though I take the same Pilates class for three days of the week, Kirsten and I mix it up. I believe it is really important to give your body variety when it comes to exercise, to keep testing it, so we are always working through an assortment of poses and techniques.

Anna Bechtel
Anna Bechtel is a freelance writer currently based in Hamden, CT. Read more
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