Tammy Hembrow in Bathing Suit Has a "Sunny Sunday"
Model Tammy Hembrow has never been afraid of showing off her toned body on social media. She just shared a new set of bathing suit photos on Instagram. In them, Hembrow wore a floral bikini, and enjoyed time in the sun. Naturally, she captioned the post, "Sunny Sunday." How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Tammy Hembrow 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 Does At-Home Workouts
Hembrow spilled some of her wellness secrets to Women's Health. She says that she likes to do a lot of at-home exercises. "I will often do some workouts from my at home booty program," she says. "You only need dumbbells, or I will do a HIIT workout in the lounge room."
She Does HIIT
One kind of at home workout Hembrow likes to do is an HIIT workout. She tells Women's Health that she likes to make HIIT videos for her YouTube channel. "I recently posted an at home HIIT workout on my YouTube channel. I did it in the process of moving house when I was really feeling the need for a pick-me-up."
She Gets Enough Protein
Hembrow broke down her diet to Women's Health. She says that she makes sure to eat enough protein each day. One thing she does is use supplements and shakes to help her do so. "For me lean protein like chicken breast, turkey and fish, really helps, but I find that with trying to build my booty I wasn't consuming the amount of protein I needed so supplements like protein shakes helped too," she explains.
She Eats Complex Carbs & Healthy Fats
Hembrow makes sure to eat a balanced diet. And that includes fat and carbs. However, she makes sure she's getting good options for both. "I also ate lots of complex carbohydrates like brown rice, oatmeal, potatoes and healthy fats," she tells Women's Health.
Consistency is a big part of Hembrow's workout routine. She stressed the importance of it in this Instagram video. "You get out what you put in," she writes. "Working out you gotta stay consistent & put in the work.