Selling Sunset's Emma Hernan in Bathing Suit Says "Summertime"
Emma Hernan is steaming up social media ahead of the summer season. The Selling Sunset star recently shared a bunch of swimsuit photos on Instagram, flaunting her fabulous figure in a red bathing suit. "Bikini dump since it's almost summertime!!! ☀️ My mom took these and said to post, swipe to the end to see actual footage of my mom taking them…" she captioned the series of snaps. How does the reality star keep herself fit? Read on to see 6 ways Emma Hernan 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 Prioritizes Self-Care
Emma makes time to relax and unwind. "I love filling my tub, putting a face mask on and listening to podcasts about other female entrepreneurs," she told E!. "Almost everyone can benefit from relaxation techniques, which can help slow your breathing and focus your attention. Common relaxation techniques include meditation, mindfulness, focusing on the present, progressive muscle relaxation, tai chi and yoga. More-active ways of achieving relaxation include walking in nature outdoors or participating in sports or regular physical activity," says the Mayo Clinic.
She Loves Vegan Food
Emma loves healthy eating so much that she started her own food company. "I am a huge food lover and I grew up in the food industry, so in 2018 I started my own food company, Emma Leigh & Co. I produce vegan and vegetarian frozen healthy food, including my famous empanadas that I absolutely cannot live without! My food products can be purchased on QVC, in different grocery stores and are coming to Costco soon!" she told E!.
She Drinks Mineral Enhanced Water
Emma promotes hydration. "I have a busy life and I drink a lot of water throughout the day. My fave water is Blk. Water. I also carry Blk. Drops in my purse so I can add it to my to coffee and smoothies to make sure I get all the minerals I need," Emma told E!.
Emma hikes at least five miles a day."Getting outside is so good for the body and the mind," she told Women's Health. "And you're getting that nice little glute workout." "How does going for a walk benefit your health? It addresses a lot of risk factors, including:
- Improves good cholesterol (HDL)
- Lowers blood pressure (it is recommended to shoot for a top number (systolic) of 120 mm Hg or lower)
- Aids in weight management
- Reduces HbA1c (measure for diabetic control)
- Reduces inflammation
- Reduces mental stress
- Reduces the incidence of depression," says ACE Fitness.
She Also Loves These Workouts
In addition to hiking, Emma infuses yoga and Pilates into her routine. Both workouts encourage strength and flexibility and are low impact on the body. "Pilates has a long list of benefits including improved body mechanics, balance, coordination, strength and flexibility," said Dr. Cedric X. Bryant, chief exercise physiologist for ACE. "While the ACE study shows that a Pilates session burns a relatively small amount of calories, it is still a valuable addition to any exercise routine offering the essential elements of building a strong core and increasing flexibility."
Cooking Is Like Therapy for Her
"Cooking for me is therapeutic," Emma told Women's Health. "I love being creative, and I never go by a recipe. It focuses my mind." "Experiment with healthy-cooking techniques, such as baking, grilling and sauteing. Learn important food safety tips, recipe makeovers and more. And then enjoy knowing that your new healthy-cooking skills are helping to reduce your family's risk of health problems," says the Mayo Clinic.