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Sierra Skye in Bathing Suit Takes "Stairway to Heaven"

Here’s how she stays so fit.

Sierra Skye is looking out of this world in her swimsuit. The swimwear model and fitness influencer flaunts her famous figure on social media this week. "Stairway to heaven," she captioned an Instagram post, showing off her booty and engagement ring as she walks up outdoor stairs. What are some of the secrets to achieving her hot body? Read on to see 5 ways Sierra Skye 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 Is a Vegetarian

Sierra has never been a carnivore. "As a vegetarian my whole life, I have found this dietary lifestyle of eating clean calories to be a key reason for why I've been able to stay bikini ready all year," she writes on her website.  


She Jet Skis

Sierra is into water sports, including jet skiing. Why is jet skiing a great workout? It boasts cardiovascular benefits, burns calories, promotes balance, relieves stress, and also works many muscles simultaneously.  


She Focuses on Booty Exercises

Sierra is not only famous for modeling bikinis! She, along with a team of NASM certified personal trainers created her 6-week Summer Booty Program. In the description it says there are three days a week of booty & lower body workouts, one day total upper body training, and one day of cardio + abs.


She Eats Healthy, But She Also Cheats


"I try to eat really healthy. I don't have a strict diet. I just try to eat as healthy as I can," Sierra revealed in a YouTube Q&A. She eats lots of vegetables, fruit, and beans. She also cheats. Her splurge foods are pasta, pizza, brownies, and cookies. How does she justify cheat meals? "I tell myself I am going to workout extra hard the next day," she said.  


She Does "Lots" of Cardio

Sierra does "lots" of cardio. In her YouTube video she explains how important cardio is. She does one hour of cardio six days a week and then works out with a trainer on three of those days. "Regular cardio exercise can help people with diabetes better manage blood sugar levels. Cardio has also been shown to reduce levels of 'bad' cholesterol, while reducing the risk of stroke by lowering blood pressure. And cardio can have a positive impact on conditions like arthritis, dementia, and depression, while helping with intimacy, too," says Harvard Health.

Leah Groth
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