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Olivia Ponton in Two-Piece Workout Gear Says "Lalalalalalalalala"

She has washboard abs.

Olivia Ponton is ready to sweat in her workout gear. In a new social media post the model and influencer flaunts her amazing figure – including her washboard abs – in a white Alo exercise set. "Lalalalalalalalala," she captioned the series of Instagram snaps taken in Los Angeles. How does she approach diet, fitness, and self-care? Here is everything you need to know about her lifestyle habits.


Protein Drinks

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Olivia makes sure to get enough protein. "I drink protein drinks 2-3 times a week after my workouts. I personally believe they help a lot with getting my muscles toned," she told Sports Illustrated. According to clinical trials, consuming more protein than the recommended dietary allowance not only reduces body weight (BW), but also enhances body composition by decreasing fat mass while preserving fat-free mass (FFM) in both low-calorie and standard-calorie diets.



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Olivia has a sweet tooth, which she satiates with fruit. "Speaking of a healthy diet, I also make sure to eat a lot of fruit throughout the week. Fruit has so many good sugars and hydration components in them. Acai bowls are a super smart way to get in tons of fruit at once. In Açaí bowls you can add peanut butter and all types of nuts/seeds to make it even more beneficial," she said. 




Olivia doesn't skip the first meal of the day. "Another super important tip that I could give would be eating a good breakfast every day," she said. "What you feed your body is SUPER IMPORTANT, and that starts in the morning." She fills her morning plate with healthy protein and greens. "Sneaking spinach into a smoothie or into eggs is an insanely easy way to add in greens. I also love making an egg bagel with cream cheese in the morning. In the eggs you can add any veggies you like — spinach, onions, mushrooms, peppers, whatever you desire," she adds.



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Olivia's "bomb by all means" workout routine is essential for her body and mind. "For me, working out is not only good for my body, but also good for my brain," she told Sports Illustrated. "For me, working out is an hour of time for myself and an opportunity to step away from my phone. On a typical day, I probably spend around 6-8 hours staring at a screen, which I know is horrible for me. A hard workout provides me an escape for one hour during my day, where I can let my mind be free of social media."


Weight and Strength Training

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Olivia's main form of fitness is strength training. "Dogpound is a very safe space where I always feel at home. I absolutely love it there; the team of trainers are so nice, but when training they definitely kick my bum!" she added. "When I work out in the gym, I like to focus mainly on abs, arms and back. I have been training those muscles the most because I personally love seeing women that have good upper body strength. Kirk, my trainer, has me do variations of curl-ups and sit-ups for around 30 minutes. Then the other 30 we have a mixture of weights and machines for the arms, back and legs." According to the Mayo Clinic, strength and weight training help reduce body fat, preserve and increase lean muscle mass, and burn calories more efficiently. Strength training may also help you:

  • Develop strong bones
  • Manage your weight
  • Enhance your quality of life
  • Manage chronic conditions
  • Sharpen your thinking skills
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