Savannah Guthrie in Bathing Suit Poses in Pool
Today Show hosts Al Roker and Savannah Guthrie enjoyed time in a hot tub together, as seen on Roker's Instagram. Guthrie looked stunning in the photo, wearing a black bathing, and showing off her figure; Roker posted it to celebrate Guthrie's 50th birthday. "I am so thrilled my dear friend @savannahguthrie is now halfway to a #smuckersjar I can't wait to see what the next 50 bring!! #happybirthday Savvie G!!" he wrote. Read on to see 5 ways Savannah Guthrie 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 Limits Carbs
Guthrie tells Marie Claire that she limits the amount of carbs in her diet, especially during the afternoons and evenings. "I'm not anti-carbs; I just try to do my carbs early in the day, so by the end of the day, I try to be carb-free," Guthrie says.
She Does Dance-Based Workouts
Guthrie and her co-host, Jenna Bush Hager, like to do dance-based workouts. They even came up with an eight to ten week dance-based workout plan on the Today Show.
She Indulges On The Weekends
Guthrie says to Marie Claire that she isn't afraid to indulge, and that she tries to keep it to the weekends. "On Friday and Saturday nights, I eat and drink anything I want. I don't think you can do this job or parenthood without caffeine, a little wine and dessert."
She Gets Enough Sleep
In order to host a talk show in the mornings, Guthrie has to get a lot of sleep, and she has a way to get enough of it. "Reading helps me fall asleep," she said to Marie Claire. "It has to be kind of boring, but also sufficiently captivating that you get into it. I read a lot of The New Yorker."
She Takes Time For Herself
Guthrie has a busy schedule, but she says to Marie Claire that she always makes time for herself. And she has some favorite things to do. "I get my nails done at the little no-frills place on the corner, and while they're drying, I get a 20-minute back massage," Guthrie said. "It's easy, and it doesn't take long, so I don't feel guilty for being gone for a half hour from the kids."