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Olivia Holt in Two-Piece Workout Gear Visits Disney

“The way I’ll always love this place.”

Olivia Holt started her career on the Disney Channel, starring in Kickin It and I Didn't Do It. She then went on to star in Chicago on Broadway and the TV shows Cloak & Dagger and Cruel Summer. Holt recently took a trip to Disney World and shared photos on Instagram. She captioned the post, "The way I'll always love this place." How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Olivia Holt stays in shape and the photos that prove they work.


She Takes Care Of Her Skin

Holt shared some of her skincare secrets in an interview with E! News. "This may sound bananas, but if my skin is feeling extra dry or tired, I'll simply take some greek yogurt and use it as a face mask to wake up my skin. Then I'll use the Shani Darden's Facial Sculpting Wand to depuff under my eyes or around my face. Then I'll use a Sonya Dakar Blue Butterfly Balm. Then apply some SPF."


She Takes Care Of Her Hair


Holt also makes sure to take care of her hair. She shared her favorite products with E! News. "I do love an Olaplex hair mask though a few times a week. I love L'Oreal's No Haircut Cream. Helps with split ends and damaged hair. It has lots of vitamins and castor oil which is so good for your hair! I swear by it!"


She Stretches

Holt revealed in this Us Weekly interview that she makes sure to stretch each day. Harvard Health states that stretching has a lot of benefits. "Stretching keeps the muscles flexible and healthy, and we need that flexibility to maintain a range of motion in the joints. Without it, the muscles shorten and become tight. Then, when you call on the muscles for activity, they are unable to extend all the way. That puts you at risk for joint pain, strains, and muscle damage."


She Dances

While on Broadway, Holt had to learn choreography. Harvard Health states that dance has a lot of benefits. "The evidence for the health benefits of exercise is indisputable. Physiologic studies have demonstrated that regular activity builds muscle and bone, reduces fat, increases aerobic capacity, lowers blood pressure, and improves the ratio of 'good' to 'bad' cholesterol. Dance has been shown to have all the benefits of other forms of exercise."


She Has A Sauna

In an interview with Women's Health, Holt revealed that she has a sauna at home. The Mayo Clinic states that saunas have health benefits. "Emerging evidence suggests that beyond its use for pleasure, sauna bathing may be linked to several health benefits, which include reduction in the risk of vascular diseases such as high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease, and neurocognitive diseases; nonvascular conditions such as pulmonary diseases; mortality; as well as amelioration of conditions such as arthritis, headache, and flu."

Anna Bechtel
Anna Bechtel is a freelance writer currently based in Hamden, CT. Read more
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