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Poppy Delevingne Shares Bathing Suit Photos Recharging at Wellness Clinic

Here are her top diet and fitness tips for staying in shape. 

Poppy Delevingne is prioritizing self-care in her swimsuit. The model shows off her amazing body in a bathing suit in one of her latest social media posts, enjoying a self-care retreat with pals Lily James and Gala Gordon. "I reached out to @shawellness a few weeks ago, after suddenly feeling the need to reset, recharge & rebalance. I spent 6 days at what I can only describe as paradise, learning everything there is to know about nutrition, fitness, well-being & how to de-stress ~ mixed in with all sorts of incredible treatments like reflexology & shirodhara. I couldn't have done it without two of my besties (detoxing can make you feel quite raw at times) & without all the wonderful staff & therapists who looked after us SO beautifully. I also appreciate how lucky I am to do something as special & as rewarding as this," she captioned the Instagram post. How does the 36-year-old maintain her fit physique? Here's how.


Eat Everything "In Moderation"

Poppy isn't extreme when it comes to diet. "I eat meat, dairy, and tons of fruits and vegetables, but I could also have pasta for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Basically I'm a massive foodie who eats everything in moderation," she dished to Harper's Bazaar. "Granola with almond milk or a homemade bacon butty—white bread, crispy bacon, and HP brown sauce," is her breakfast. For lunch she might have a deli sandwich. And for dinner? "I go out about four nights a week. I'm really into Lebanese, Japanese, and Indian cuisines. At home I make spaghetti Bolognese or chili con carne. Dinner is my favorite meal because I have a cocktail—a vodka soda with lime or a Dark 'n' Stormy with whiskey. I drink a lot of beer too, which is so unladylike," she said. 



Poppy exercises – a little. "I'm lucky to have a fast metabolism, so I haven't had to exercise much. I go to the gym at Grace Belgravia in London, where I work out with personal trainer Rob Jeffers. Right now we're focusing on my arms. I also love to dance—around my house, when I go out. I never stop moving," she told Harper's Bazaar. 




Aside from "eating really well, a good skin routine and good hair routine" Poppy prioritizes rest. "Sleeping when you're not working," is how she balances out her busy career. "Having hibernation weekends where I just sleep for hours on end. Working out when you have those spare moments. All of that is very important," she told Vogue Australia.




"I have a lot of energy. Energy's a very huge thing in our family; none of us need caffeine, we're just high-energy people. Sometimes I need to work that out otherwise it's like a bomb that's going to explode," she told Vogue. "If I'm in America…I will track down the nearest Soul Cycle wherever that is and I'll just power through on a bike for 45 minutes. It just gets you going and it gets you hot. When I'm in the UK I have a personal trainer who is wonderful and she's hard-core and makes sure I get up in the morning and go.


Work Out Alone

Poppy exercises by herself. "I like to work out alone. I'm not a group exercise person. I don't mind if I'm with people I don't know but my worst nightmare is bumping into people looking like a sweaty tomato and having to make polite conversation. I'd rather be a loner worker outer," she told Get the Gloss.

Leah Groth
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