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Rita Ora in Bathing Suit is "Feeling 2022"

“I stayed here till I got at least one with a little bit of sun,” she captioned a new photo.

Rita Ora is starting the new year right: on the beach! "I stayed here till I got at least one with a little bit of sun," she captioned a new photo, adding a sun emoji. "I'm feeling 2022." The day before, she was also in a swimsuit at the beach with the caption: "Dude I'm just trying to meditate." How does she stay so fit while looking so chilled out? Read on to see 7 ways Rita Ora 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!


This is Her Workout

"I do circuit training. I usually work out for one or two hours, depending on how much time I have," she told Shape. "I do three circuits and repeat that three times. I mostly focus on my thighs and my" backside, "so I do a lot of squats and weight lifting. And I do one circuit of cardio."


She Takes This Supplement

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Rita reportedly takes Altrient's Liposomal Vitamin C. "They don't taste good, but I take them every day. It's a vitamin C supplement that I'm very strict with because the vitamins really help me stay together. Especially with everything going on right now, I really want to take things to protect my immune system." "Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) is a nutrient your body needs to form blood vessels, cartilage, muscle and collagen in bones. Vitamin C is also vital to your body's healing process," says the Mayo Clinic.


She Loves a Post-Workout Glow


"What I've learned is that you can take your time with training," she told Shape. "You don't have to beat yourself up as long as you get in the workouts that you need. I used to push myself until I felt sick. But I'm approaching it differently now. I enjoy working out. And I like the aftermath—that feeling of contentment."


She Does Yoga

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"The potential health benefits of yoga include," says the Mayo Clinic:

  • Stress reduction. A number of studies have shown that yoga may help reduce stress and anxiety. Yoga can enhance your mood and overall sense of well-being. Yoga might also help you manage your symptoms of depression and anxiety that are due to difficult situations.
  • Improved fitness. Practicing yoga may lead to improved balance, flexibility, range of motion and strength.
  • Management of chronic conditions. Yoga can help reduce risk factors for chronic diseases, such as heart disease and high blood pressure. Yoga may also help manage low back pain, neck pain and menopause symptoms. Yoga might also help relieve symptoms of several chronic conditions, such as pain, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), asthma, arthritis and insomnia."


She Stays Focused

"I've been the girl on tour who eats when she can and goes along when the band wants to go out all the time. But you just can't keep that up. You start thinking, 'I miss feeling good!' "Rita explains. "This past year, I've really been on my game by eating right and going to the gym. As a result, I'm focused now, and I get a lot more done," she told Shape in 2017.



She Learned to Love Her Body

"You have to come to terms with loving your body," she told Cosmopolitan. "Stand…in front of the mirror," wearing no clothes "and say, 'I'm… sexy.' That's where it starts."


She Eats What's Right for Her Body


Back in 2017, she told Shape: "With the plan I'm on, you can eat quite a bit as long as you exercise. In the morning, I have two boiled eggs, asparagus, and half a cup of muesli with almond milk. For lunch, I have chicken or fish with vegetables, and for dinner, I have six to eight ounces of fish with vegetables and half a potato. Plus snacks. I don't eat bread or sugar. But I'm not starving myself. I used to be like, 'I'm not eating!' Eating isn't the problem, though. It's about what your body needs, and everyone's body is different."

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