Skip to content

Sasha Attwood in Bathing Suit is "Gorgeous"

Here’s how she turned her lifestyle around.

Sasha Attwood is enjoying a sunny vacation in Dubai, UAE. The girlfriend of Manchester City and England player Jack Grealish shared pictures of herself at a beautiful resort, relaxing in a black bathing suit top and gray shorts. "Gorgeous," one admiring fan commented. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Attwood 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 Turned Her Health Around

Attwood admits she went through a phase of not taking the best care of herself. "Things that are going wrong for me currently….when I work, I can get up at 5am fine…it's more when I have a day off," she says. "I just can't get up. I'm not a morning person. I'm much more productive in the evening. Also, I've not been working out at all. I've just been indulging. I've been eating too much, drinking too much and I'm just like I want to have a bit of a lifestyle change… I want to feel fit and healthy. I want to feel good. After a week, I feel so much better. I want to be the best version of me. Self-care is so important."


Coffee Lover

Attwood relies on coffee to give her energy throughout the morning. "Coffee is associated with many different health benefits: Type 2 diabetes; reduced risk of heart disease; reduced risk of certain cancers; improved mood; reduced risk of depression, Parkinson's disease; the list goes on and on," says the Mayo Clinic.



Attwood starts the day with Pilates as part of her new healthy lifestyle. "As human beings, we are creatures of habit," says lead yoga therapist Judi Bar to the Cleveland Clinic. "We walk a certain way, we take the stairs a certain way, we stand a certain way and we sit at our desk a certain way. So, our muscles get imbalanced because of overuse. What Pilates does is help to counteract that."



Dave Benett/Getty Images

Attwood loves hiking, especially when she's traveling. "Being in nature can boost your mood and improve mental health. Spending quality time in the great outdoors reduces stress, calms anxiety, and can lead to a lower risk of depression, according to a study done by researchers at Stanford University. In addition to having mental health benefits, being outdoors opens up your senses to your surroundings and improves your sensory perception. Taking in the sights, smells, and feelings of nature has so many health benefits it can even be prescribed by a doctor," says NPS.


She Walks Her Dog


Attwood loves walking her dog, which is an easy and fun way to stay active. "Walking wards off heart disease, brings up the heart rate, lowers blood pressure and strengthens the heart. Post-menopausal women who walk just one to two miles a day can lower their blood pressure by nearly 11 points in 24 weeks. Women who walk 30 minutes a day can reduce their risk of stroke by 20%, and by 40% when they stepped up the pace, according to researchers at the Harvard School of Public Health in Boston," says the Arthritis Foundation.

Ferozan Mast
Ferozan Mast is a science, health and wellness writer with a passion for making science and research-backed information accessible to a general audience. Read more
Filed Under