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Sarah Michelle Gellar in Bathing Suit Has "Happy Anniversary"

Here’s how she stays fit.

Sarah Michelle Gellar in her bathing suit said "Happy Anniversary" yesterday to Josh Geller and "@Skyecam mommy," as the couple celebrated their happy day. She added "But its also the Gellar/Geller Fambam Anniversary." Gellar posed poolside in a bathing suit and a white button down. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Sarah Michelle Gellar 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 Takes Days Off

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Gellar always tries to get a workout in. However, she isn't afraid to take a day off when she needs it. She tells Self that she takes days off when she feels run-down or tired. "I do whatever I can whenever I can, but if I'm tired, it's okay to just be tired," she says. "Your brain needs a rest now and then. Research has found that taking breaks can improve your mood, boost your performance and increase your ability to concentrate and pay attention," says the Cleveland Clinic.


She Cooks

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Gellar is an avid chef. She loves to cook meals for her family. She tells Express that she increased the amount of cooking she has done when the pandemic hit. "One of the good things that's come out of Covid is that we've had lots of time to cook our favourite food because nobody is racing to get home in time for dinner."


She Cool-Sculpts

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After having her second child, Gellar found it hard to lose the baby weight. She revealed to Express that she worked out a lot, but still couldn't lose it. She says that this, and her busy schedule are what made her decide to try Cool-Sculpting. "I just got to lie on a comfy table and read my book. The treatment didn't hurt, it just felt cold for a few seconds and then I didn't feel anything. It was very peaceful. I was just happy to have a few minutes to myself, and then I got to leave feeling better about myself – a win-win." 


She's Motivated By Her Clothes

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Gellar doesn't like to weigh herself. She tells Express that she looks to how her clothes fit to motivate her. "I don't weigh myself, I don't measure myself, but I could tell within a week how my clothing was feeling and fitting, how my jeans were buttoning back up," she reveals. "I was like, 'I'm gonna go to the gym and work even harder now.' It gave me my confidence back in such an easy and noninvasive way." 


She Makes Green Juices


Gellar revealed some of her wellness secrets to WhoWhatWear. She says that she likes to make green juices before she works out, and revealed her recipe to the website. "I go every weekend to the farmers market and I get fresh kale, spinach, celery, and lettuces and I blend it all together. That's my favorite thing before I work out." "Fiber is important to heart health, digestive health and weight control. Higher fiber intakes reduce chronic disease risk, including cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes and come cancers, according to the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. High fiber intakes have also been associated with lower body weight. Daily fiber recommendations include 25 grams for women and 38 grams for men. Just one cup of cooked spinach contains more than 4 grams of fiber," says the University of Rhode Island.

Anna Bechtel
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