Skip to content

Tiffany Haddish in Bathing Suit Jumps Off a Boat

“Moral of the story is it’s not how you start it’s how you finish!”

Tiffany Haddish can do anything. She proved it in a recent Instagram video, which showed her jumping off a big boat (after multiple false starts). "Moral of the story is it's not how you start it's how you finish!" she captioned it. How does the world's busiest person stay so fit and confident? Read on to see 7 ways Tiffany Haddish 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 Did a "30 Day Transformation"

"Before my 30-day transformation and after," Haddish captioned one set of photos recently. "Now #SHEREADY to build muscle and maybe shave my armpits." She credited her success to the program developed by Luther Freeman (@LutherFreeman) and Kathy Drayton (@Kathy_Drayton), who say "It's time you reshape your body and mind. It's time you work hard and see real results. Our team is ready to challenge you! We have transformed thousands of people and celebrities, getting them the body they've always dreamed of."


Tiffany Makes the Time for Wellness

"Learning to really make time and schedule time to do that has been quite amazing," she told Women's Health. "The Department of Health and Human Services recommends that healthy adults include aerobic activity and strength training in their fitness plans, specifically:

  • At least 150 minutes of moderate aerobic activity or 75 minutes of vigorous aerobic activity a week, or an equivalent combination of moderate and vigorous aerobic activity
  • Strength training exercises of all the major muscle groups at least twice a week," says the Mayo Clinic.


She Has Tried HIIT

Paras Griffin/Getty Images

High intensity training can work for many people. "There's solid evidence that older, less active, overweight and obese individuals can benefit from HIIT training,"  Edward R. Laskowski, M.D., co-director of Mayo Clinic Sports Medicine Center in Rochester, Minnesota, told the Mayo Clinic. "HIIT has also been shown to be very safe and effective in patients with heart disease and type 2 diabetes. In all of these populations, HIIT programs can produce significant benefit for the cardiovascular system and improved metabolic parameters. And people seem to like it better than traditional endurance exercise."


She Uses VR to Workout

Rachel Murray/Getty Images for Netflix

Haddish sometimes uses virtual reality to work out. "It feels like you're playing a game… but you are getting a full-body workout. I'll take that thing off after 15 minutes and I am dripping," she told Women's Health.


She Met People at the Gym

Frazer Harrison/Getty Images

"I'm so glad the world opened up, because you meet new people and make friends," Tiffany told Women's Health about hitting the gym.

Filed Under