Rachael Finch in Bathing Suit Reminds You to "Go Slow"
Model Rachael Finch is enjoying a relaxing time at the beach. She just shared a new photo on Instagram this week. In it, she posed in front of the water in a patterned halter bikini. She captioned the photo, "A reminder to go slow & take your time." Read on to see 5 ways Rachael Finch 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 Have Go-To Breakfasts
Finch shares some of her favorite foods to ELLE. She says that she doesn't have go-to meals. Especially go-to breakfasts. "It just really depends on what my body feels like. If I had a really heavy dinner the night before, I might have an omelette the next morning."
She Eats Healthy Carbs
Finch tells ELLE that she isn't afraid of carbs. However, she likes healthy carbs. "I think carbs with breakfast and lunch is a must," she says. "[But] If you are training and still active throughout the day, you can have carbohydrates at dinner time as well. Make them good quality carbs. For example, choose the brown rice over the white. Eat lots of quinoa."
She Has Healthy Staples
Finch tells ELLE that she keeps healthy foods in her pantry at all times. "The staples in my pantry are things like dried nuts, all the spices and herbs like turmeric, cinnamon, honey and apple cider vinegar. I've always got brown rice cakes, things like balsamic vinegar, olive oil, coconut oil – all the different oils."
She Loves Collagen Coffee
Finch loves to drink collagen coffee each day. She shared her recipe with Marie Claire. "There is not a day that goes by that I don't have my collagen coffee! I mix one scoop of Kissed Earth Brilliance Collagen, one scoop of medicinal mushrooms, 1 teaspoon of Maca powder, plus almond milk and black coffee. I blend it all in a blender and drink it with a big smile on my face."
She Does A Variety Of Workouts
Finch shared her go-to workouts with Marie Claire. She says that she likes to do a lot of different things. "I move my body every day! But every day is entirely different, there are no two weeks the same. On average throughout the week I will break up my fitness with cardiovascular training, strength training, flexibility and balance work, and yoga sessions."