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Tracy Anderson in Bathing Suit is "Just Chillin' Over Here on a Sunday Thinking About Anger"

Here’s how she stays so fit.

Tracy Anderson is getting everyone's attention in her bathing suit. The fitness guru flaunts her incredible figure in one of her latest social media posts, modeling a swimsuit. "Just chillin' over here on a Sunday thinking about anger 🤨🤣. The truth is I am triggered a bit during shoots like the one seen here, especially by the fact that if I don't show my stomach then less people will show up for what I can actually do for them on the mat with my brain," she captioned the Instagram post, going on to discuss tools on how to control anger. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Tracy Anderson 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 Doesn't Do Crash Diets


Tracy doesn't believe in crash diets. "I firmly believe that you must have a choice in what you reach for to nourish yourself, or you are sacrificing a primal, guttural tool you need to survive and thrive. Diets that over control you switch off inner conversations that define your mental and physical health," she wrote in a blog post. When it comes to her meals, she doesn't believe in specific portion sizes. Instead, she eats until she feels nourished.


She Doesn't Eat Prepackaged Food

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Tracy avoids processed food. "One thing I believe about balance is we have to harvest our nutrition from the earth and know there is no such thing as prepackaged nutrition. The truth is your workout takes a little time and your food prep takes a little time, but the return on your investment is a lot more quality time," she added in her blog. 


She Drinks Lemon Water

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Tracy starts the day with a popular ayurvedic drink. "I start my morning with lemon water mixed with a teaspoon of olive oil and a pinch of sea salt," she revealed in the blog. 


This Is What She Eats in a Day

Tracy starts the day with a coffee, which she drinks black "with a thin layer of oat milk foam" on top. "For breakfast, I opt for an apple blueberry purée. It has a wholesome sweetness to it, which gives me energy throughout the start of the day," she said. For lunch she eats a hot broccoli and cauliflower salad, and a parsnip, carrot, peas, and herb purée for lunch. "It leaves me satisfied, but never sluggish," she added. If she snacks she will eat half of a dark chocolate bar or a dairy-free, allergen-free Enjoy Life chocolate bar, or an additional portion of the fruit purées. "If I feel my mind is spinning—and I have nowhere to drive—I will opt for one crisp glass of wine," she said. "For dinner, I would pair a fennel and pea soup with an herb-roasted black cod. The soup is super flavorful and light, and the cod is protein-packed and surprisingly hearty."


She Works Out 5 to 7 Days a Week

Tracy encourages daily workouts. "If you don't work out one day, you're going to stay the same or gain weight. It's fine if you want to give yourself a day to rest, but know that as long as you're not exercising in a way that's invasive to your body, you can exercise seven days a week," she told People. "It cracks me up when people say, 'How long do I have to commit to this exercise program?' or 'How long until I can just do this two to three days a week?' That's not reality. We need to get used to taking care of our bodies. To put it in perspective: We spend five minutes a day brushing our teeth, and teeth are tiny in comparison to the rest of our bodies. So if teeth take up five minutes of your day, the rest of your body can take up 30 to 60 minutes."

Leah Groth
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