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Only Murders Star Ashley Park Shares Swimsuit Photos

Here are her top diet and fitness tips.

Ashley Park is sizzling in Spain – in her swimsuit. In a new social media post the Emily in Paris and Only Murders in the Building star flaunts her incredible body in a bathing suit at a bachelorette party in Barcelona. "When your only sibling is marrying the man of her dreams and wants a bachelorette party in Barcelona, YOU DO A BARCELONA BACHELORETTE… aperol spritz-themed, homemade paella-filled, with all her awesome friends," she captioned the Instagram post. How does the young star keep herself in such amazing shape? Celebewell rounded up her top diet and fitness tips. 


Do Facial Exercises

"I'm a huge skin care person now, and I love FaceGym [a facial exercise studio and line of skin-care products]," Ashley revealed to Shape. "I have a face massager from them. The face is full of muscles and we never think to work them out. So, now I use a gua sha tool to massage them. It makes your face feel so much more relaxed." 


Exercise Daily


"I have to move every day," Park told Shape. "That can be hard with my filming schedule, so I've learned that to stay motivated, I have to adjust what type of physical activity can fit into my life at any given moment."


Mix Up Your Workouts


Park keeps exercise exciting by rotating workouts. "I've done everything — I had a big yoga phase, a big cycling phase, a big running phase," she lists. "And I've always loved dancing," she told Shape. 



Do Pilates

Park recently started doing pilates. "It feels very athletic, but it's low impact," she told Shape. "I sweat a ton and feel much stronger when I am done with it. Similar to dance, you use a lot of different muscles and there's a real mind-body connection that happens with it." Why is pilates a good workout? According to the Mayo Clinic there are lots of benefits to the workout, as it "strengthens the body's inner core while increasing its flexibility resulting in improved overall health. It can also promote longer, leaner muscles, injury prevention, relief from stress and back pain, enhanced athletic performance, and heightened mind-body awareness.


Eat a Plant-Forward Diet

Park, who was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia, a type of cancer of the blood and bone marrow, at the age of 15, generally maintains a plant-based diet. "I am highly anemic because of what I went through with my cancer," she told Shape. "So, I do like a nice steak every once in a while." As for dairy and gluten, it all depends on where she's eating these foods. "When I'm in America, those things don't sit that well with me," she says. "But, for some reason, when I am in Europe, I can eat an entire bread basket and so much cheese, and it's fine."

Leah Groth
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