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Sofia Vergara Shares Bathing Suit Video Before Announcing Divorce

No ‘revenge body’ required here.

Sofia Vergara is single after announcing her split from husband Joe Manganiello—but probably won't be for long, judging by her recent social media updates. Vergara, 51, shared stunning pictures of herself wearing a blue leopard print swimsuit while on vacation in Ravello, Italy. "Last days of vacay! Even when u r so hot I love u Ravello!!! 😁😁," she captioned the post. "This is what single and 🔥looks like!!!❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️," commented her Modern Family co-star Julie Bowen. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Vergara stays in shape and the photos that prove they work.


Yogurt and Fruit For Breakfast


Vergara starts the day at 5 a.m. for Modern Family, and enjoys a protein-packed breakfast to set her up for a long day of shooting. "After the shower I grab a quick breakfast," she says. "I usually prepare it the night before. One of my favorites is a kind of homemade muesli made of Greek yogurt, oats, chia seeds, nuts, and blueberries."


Pilates and Cardio


Vergara usually wraps up her work day between 1-5 p.m., which is when she makes time for her workouts. The actress swears by Pilates for a toned, strong, yet curvy physique. "After a quick lunch, I'll start a workout," she says. "My go-to workout is a Pilates workout on the Lagree Fitness Megaformer machine. I also mix in spinning classes for cardio a couple of times per week."


Inspired By Julie Bowen

Vergara says she is inspired by Bowen, who has an impressive work ethic when it comes to exercise. According to Vergara, Bowen will go running even before the work day starts. "I hit 40 and I started seeing a softness everywhere on my body… I knew it was time to do something, so I did," Vergara says. "Being around Julie and seeing how motivated she is … I started to think more about it."


SPF Every Day

Vergara started her own SPF line Toty after dealing with the aftermath of sun damage from early tanning sessions. "The plan was always 'go to the beach.' We did it the wrong way. We didn't know about protecting ourselves — we [applied] coconut oil," she says. "It was like frying a chicken. Now I am paying for it."


No Pain, No Cake

Vergara says moving to Los Angeles made her reassess her diet. "I already changed [my] mentality about food," she says. "If you live here, you can't always order the high-fat dishes like pasta with truffles. You have a little sushi, and when you're out with your girlfriends you order a nice salad. When I do indulge, I exercise a bit harder the next day. My workout motto is really simple: No pain, no cake!"

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
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