Sarah Michelle Gellar in Bathing Suit Takes the Plunge
Sarah Michelle Gellar is in major vacay mode. The 44-year-old actress shared some more photos from her tropical getaway on Wednesday, showing off her fabulous figure in a plunging, tie dye one piece. "When the suit's too cute not to show off," she captioned the image of herself in the Jonathan Simkhai bathing suit. How does the former Buffy star keep herself so fit? Read on for 5 of Sarah Michelle Gellar's top tips for staying 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!
Sarah juices every morning, revealing to The/Thirty that she starts her day off with a coffee followed by veggie juice. "My favorite thing is to have a green juice," she said. "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."
Do Power Plate Workouts
"I love PlateFit and the feeling of being on a Power Plate," Gellar revealed when asked about her go-to workout. "I love how quickly I can work out and get such a great exercise." She also engages in some other forms of exercise. "I love Pilates because it centers me and it also strengthens my body, but I also love being outside, so swimming, hiking, anything like that is great as well."
Get Enough Rest
When asked about her "beauty/self-care must-have," Sarah offered up an answer that doesn't cost any money. "It's probably sleep because I need it and I'm very cranky without it," she revealed.
Don't Pay Attention to Small Weight Gains
Sarah avoids focusing on the numbers on the scale. "I don't believe in trying to trick your body into things," she told Health. "I eat healthy, I exercise, I love food—but I don't like junk food. I mean, were women. We go up by five pounds, we lose it, depending on the water, the moon, your cycle, whatever. So I just try to maintain."
Firm Up with Cool Sculpting
Sarah isn't interested in going under the knife at this point in her life. However, she recently revealed to The Guardian that CoolSculpting is one of her go-to treatments. "It was the easiest 30 minutes of my life," she said. "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 continued. "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. 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."