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Sydney Sweeney in Bathing Suit is a "Firecracker"

Here's how the Euphoria cast stays fit.

Sydney Sweeney in a swimsuit set off fireworks this 4th of July, sharing a selfie with a firecracker emoji. "I had that 4th caption so set 😂 but apparently it's for may lol someone please help me with captions," she added. HBO's Euphoria is one of the most popular and acclaimed TV shows out there, it even landed lead actress Zendaya an Emmy Award. The cast have not only received acclaim, they've also been considered some of the most gorgeous young stars in Hollywood today. How do they stay so fit? Read on to see 7 ways the Euphoria cast 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!


Sydney Sweeney

Sydney Sweeney revealed to Bustle that she makes sure to stay hydrated, in a big way. "I only drink water," she says. "For whatever reason, when I was like 12, I decided I would only drink water and I just stuck with it. I love water, it's my thing." "Getting enough water every day is important for your health. Drinking water can prevent dehydration, a condition that can cause unclear thinking, result in mood change, cause your body to overheat, and lead to constipation and kidney stones. Water has no calories, so it can also help with managing body weight and reducing calorie intake when substituted for drinks with calories, such as sweet tea or regular soda," says the CDC.



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Zendaya is open about being a vegetarian, which means she has to get a little creative when she's ordering out. In order to help herself and her fellow vegetarian fans, she released a list of vegetarian options from popular restaurants on her website. Her order from Panda Express is the veggie spring roll appetizer with the mixed veggies side. While it might not sound filling, Zendaya assures it isn't, writing, "Eat enough of both and it will definitely fill you up!"


Maude Apatow

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Actress Maude Apatow is the daughter of actress Leslie Mann, and acting isn't the only thing these two have in common. Apatow told Byrdie that Mann encouraged her to make a big change to her diet. "I quit coffee and switched to matcha." Matcha is a form of green tea that uses the entire leaf in powdered form, rather than flakes of leaves. Matcha is a ceremonial tea that is gaining in popularity and becoming more widely available. Because the powdered tea dissolves directly into the water (and you can brew it hot or cold), some believe that a greater percentage of the nutrients in matcha become available to your body than with standard green teas


Storm Reid


Apatow isn't the only Euphoria cast member whose mom inspires their wellness routine. Storm Reid told Shape that her mother inspires her to exercise a lot more. "I started to take [fitness] more seriously two years ago because my mom is a very physical person, and I always saw her working out," Reid shares.


Hunter Schafer

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Hunter Schafer revealed some of her biggest wellness and self-care secrets to Glamour, and she says that she loves a good shower to relax herself. "If I'm having a rough day and I feel like I need to reset, showers can change the course of my day. I don't care if I have to take five showers to get through the day. After a shower I get to start over and that's a valuable way – at least for me – to make sure I'm feeling good about myself."


Angus Cloud

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Angus Cloud was a little nervous when he was cast on Euphoria, as he had barely any acting experience, and was sharing the screen with established actors. However, he tells Paper Magazine, that he helped work off the nerves through shooting season one. "The only way to feel comfortable was goofing off in-between takes, trying to play it off, level myself out," he says.


Jacob Elordi

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Jacob Elordi broke down his fitness routine to Men's Health magazine, and a lot of it is interval-based strength training. He says, "Do each move for 40 seconds, then rest for 20 seconds. Do 4 rounds." Elordi's go-to moves are tire flips, plank ups, ball slams, and battle-rope jumping jacks. 

Anna Bechtel
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