Sarah Hyland Flashes Toned Abs Doing Pilates
Actress Sarah Hyland just uploaded a new video to her Instagram stories, where she shows her followers how she keeps her body so amazing. Hyland shared a video of herself working out on a reformer at her local Pilates studio, which was originally posted by the studio's account. Read on to see 6 ways Sarah Hyland 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 Does Pilates
According to Hyland's Instagram stories, she is a fan of doing Pilates. Hyland was seen doing leg extensions on a reformer at Rise Up Pilates with a friend.
She Has A Supportive Trainer
Hyland, like many, works with a personal trainer to help her stay in shape, and she says that the two of them have a lot of fun together. She tells Shape, "My trainer is like my fit therapist! We talk about life, and before I know it, my sets are done."
She Believes In Moderation
Hyland tells Shape that she believes in "treating her body well", and that occasionally means indulging once in a while, and believing in moderation. "I'm the first one to pick up Taco Bell or a pizza. But as long as you account for it with exercise, you're fine. I believe in everything in moderation."
She Varies Her Workouts
Hyland tells Shape that she does a lot of different types of workouts and likes to focus on different things. "I like to build muscle by strength training with my trainer. I do an hour-long full-body workout five to six days a week whenever I can. We focus on different body parts, and in between each one, I do one or two minutes of cardio. It's pretty intense."
She Doesn't Strive To Be Perfect
Being an actress in the public eye, there can be a lot of pressure to look a certain way. However, Hyland says that she avoids this pressure, and doesn't strive to be perfect. "I'm naturally confident, but I still have insecurities," she tells Shape. "And that's OK. As long as you feel good about your body, that's what really matters."
She Has A Small Reminder To Motivate Herself
When it comes to her mental health and wellbeing, Hyland tells Shape that she has a small reminder to get herself to calm down. "I have a tattoo on my wrist that says 1, 2, 3…. It reminds me to count to 10 when I'm stressed, scared, or upset, and it clears my head. It also reminds me to be spontaneous and active-like when you go cliff diving and count to three before you jump. Looking at my tattoo helps me live my life better every day."