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Simone Holtznagel Shares Swimsuit Photo Saying the "Female Body is Magic"

Here are her top lifestyle tips.

Simone Holtznagel is pregnant – in her swimsuit. In a new social media post, the Australia's Next Top Model stunner shows off her gorgeous body in a yellow bathing suit while sporting a tiny bump. "Swimming with whale sharks a few weeks ago not knowing I was pregnant vs now 🤰🏼💛 the female body is magic," she captioned the set of Instagram followers.  "You're sooo beautiful," commented one of her followers. "The most beautiful," added another. How does the model maintain her amazing body? Celebwell rounded up her top lifestyle tips. 


Lift Weights

Simone lifts weights at Acero gym. According to owner Jono Castano, she hits the gym three to four times a week for 45 minute sessions, he told Daily Mail. She often posts her workouts in her Instagram Stories. Examples of her exercises include squats and lunges holding free weights, planks, and lifting heavy weights.  


Do Pilates

Castano added that Simone also does reformer Pilates. She regularly shares clips of herself on the reformer on her Instagram Stories. Why is pilates a good workout? According to the Mayo Clinic there are lots of benefits to the workout, as it "strengthens the body's inner core while increasing its flexibility resulting in improved overall health. It can also promote longer, leaner muscles, injury prevention, relief from stress and back pain, enhanced athletic performance, and heightened mind-body awareness.


Eat Four Meals a Day

Castano dished to the Daily Mail that Simone eats four meals per day and her diet  is "very well balanced incorporating all her macro nutrients in every meal." One of her favorite meals? Pasta. 


Indulge in Cheat Meals


Per Castano, Simone allows herself the occasional cheat meal. One of her favorite indulgences? McDonald's. 


Practice Self-Love

Simone is all about self-love. "People have commented saying it's 'triggering', and 'before and after' don't belong in 2022…" she told The Daily Telegraph. "I thought what we weren't doing in 2022 was commenting on other peoples bodies. I thought I looked great on the left [before photo]. I think I look great on the right [after photo]. 'One thing I'll take away from that post is you can't please everyone. I have been bigger and I've been smaller but I was happy in both stages of my life."

Leah Groth
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