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Tallia Storm in Bathing Suit Has "No Fear 2023"

Here’s how she lost 26 lbs and got in the best shape of her life.

Tallia Storm is having the best start to 2023, judging by her social media posts. The singer posted pictures of herself in a pink bathing suit, with pink faux-fur boots and hooded coat. "No fear 2023 💅🏻🔮💘. A girl should be two things: who and what she wants," she captioned the post. Storm recently shared the workout that helped her lose 26 lbs. So how does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Storm 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!



Running and Walking

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Storm says she runs or walks 3-6 miles every day. "Walking can be as good as a workout, if not better, than running," says Dr. Matt Tanneberg, CSCS, a sports Chiropractor and Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist in Phoenix, Arizona. "You hear of people 'plateauing' when they continue to do the same workout routine and stop seeing results. I see patients all the time that plateau from running, they will run the same distance, speed and time, day in and day out. You need to constantly be switching up your exercise routine in order to get the maximum benefit for your health."


Stair Climber Workout

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Storm uses a stair climber as part of her exercise routine. "You're able to work through a [large] range of motion at the hip and knee which can benefit your butt muscles, as well as the quadriceps, and hamstrings," says Heather Milton, CSCS, an exercise physiologist at NYU Langone's Sports Performance Center.


Weighted Squats and Lunges

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Storm does weighted squats and lunges as part of her workout. "Mobility isn't just about your range of motion but how strong you are in specific ranges of motion," says Jake Boly, CSCS. "Squats improve your ability to, well, squat. Repeatedly performing squats train your joints to move through Squats through multiple planes of motion. And adding weight to your squats over time will result in strength at both the bottom and top of a squat. That newfound squat strength carries over everyday life."


Arm Pulls

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Arm pulls using a machine are another part of Storm's exercise routine. "Are you finding that your lats are lacking a little in the symmetry department? In other words, is one side more developed than the other?" says David Sandler, MS, CSCS. "Training bilaterally, as in with a fixed barbell or long bar attachment, can have the effect of allowing the stronger side of your body do slightly more work than the weaker one, creating a visual imbalance in your musculature. Unilateral training (training each side independently) can solve this problem, creating optimal symmetry, and the one-arm lat pulldown is a great exercise for attacking this issue."


Box Jumps

Storm does box jumps as part of her workout. "Box jumps are great for building power and firing up the central nervous system, and are therefore perfect to add prior to weight training," says trainer Jack Woodrup. "They are also an effective warmup before squats."

Ferozan Mast
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