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Pixie Lott in Bathing Suit is "Beautiful" in Italy

Here's how she stays fit.

Pixie Lott is heating up Italy with her latest social media snap! The Brit singer shared a photo of herself in a lilac swimsuit taken from the Augustus Hotel & Resort to her Instagram account, captioning the image with an Italian flag. "Beautiful," commented one of her followers, while several others simply left fire emojis. How does the 31-year-old maintain her fit physique? Read on to see 7 ways Pixie Lott 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 Doesn't Obsess Over in Fitness


Pixie isn't obsessed over fitness. One year, her approach to fitness involved a skiing trip of New Year's, and "lots of dance rehearsals," she told Express. "Rather than going to the gym or running I prefer doing yoga or boot- camp classes because then I don't realise I'm working out – it's just fun." 


She Eats Five Meals a Day

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"I don't diet but I try to be good generally. I make sure I have my five a day," she told Express. "I wouldn't deprive myself of anything, though. I had a good, substantial breakfast today of avocado on toast with eggs, which keeps me going."


She Prioritizes Self-Care

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Pixie takes time out of her busy schedule for self-care. "I love massages and facials. If I could go to a spa every morning that would be amazing – I hardly ever get time to go," she said. 


This is Her Workout Routine

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Pixie trains at London-based Roar Fitness with Sarah Lindsay. They recently shared her workout routine, which includes deadlifts, chest presses, single arm rows, squats, and bicep extensions. "Pixie Lott hits this workout x3 per week with a rest day in between workouts for recovery," they wrote. "After 2 weeks of progressing the weights to get stronger whilst improving base fitness levels, we'll then start to gradually move away from total body workouts, introducing new exercises whilst building on the the first 2 weeks of training."


She Loves How Weight Training Makes Her Feel

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"I've learnt so much about health, food and fitness from Sarah, but most importantly how to properly weight train," she said in a testimonial for Roar. "My strength continues to improve every session, and I love how lifting heavy makes me feel."


She Doesn't Do a Lot of Cardio

Her trainer told Healthista that Pixie's workout at the gym doesn't involve cardio. "My gym is weight training based – we don't have any cardio equipment here. I'm not anti-cardio, I do it myself. But I just don't think you should pay a trainer to watch you run on a treadmill. We are here to coach strength and conditioning, so every rep and set you do is coached properly. I think your role as a personal trainer should be to make sure you're progressing the programme properly over the right period of time. I believe that whatever your goals are, you can achieve the through weight training," she said. 


She Strives for Strong, Not Skinny

"With Pixie we lift as heavy as we can," added her trainer, Sarah. "She wants to be strong, she's not trying to get thin or anything. She likes having some muscles and wants to be stronger, so we work on that and I get her lifting as much as I can."

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