Pilar Rubio Shows Off Toned Legs in New Photos
Pilar Rubio is one of the most successful reporters and TV presenters. Her work includes, The Right Price, Mas que Baile, and XXS. She is currently working on El Hormiguero. Rubio advertised her new show, Discovering Canary Islands, on Instagram this week. In one photo, she is seen wearing a tan and white patterned swimsuit. Rubio captioned the post, "The adventure of #DiscoveringCanarylslands Season 2 begins in 3, 2, 1… YES! 💥🌴 At @rakutentv_es 8 contestants from different European countries, 8 wonderful islands, and one winner." How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Pilar Rubio stays in shape and the photos that prove they work.
She Weight Trains
Rubio shares a lot of her favorite workouts on Instagram. One thing she likes to do is weight train. Rubio shared this video of herself doing pulley rows at the gym. She captioned the post, "'120 kg. Pilar VS the machine 🤣' Let's see if I can play the game in August 🙌 … PS: Malmsteen attacks again, I'll wait for you Lita and Joan."
In an interview with Women's Health, Rubio shared some of her fitness and wellness secrets. She says that when it comes to fitness, she makes sure to do it each day. "The difficult thing is to put it into practice. There are days when you do better and others worse, but the important thing is to practice. You have to focus on the here and now. Enjoy the moment and always bring out the good."
She Adapts Her Diet To Her Fitness
In her Women's Health interview, Rubio talked about how she eats healthy. She says that she works with a nutritionist. Rubio also says that her diet is dependent on her fitness. "For me, it is essential to adapt my diet to my daily workouts. I need it to be at full performance, achieve muscle gain goals and do good health prevention."
She Circuit Trains
Rubio tells Women's Health that she is a fan of circuit training. "Exercising helps you focus on what you are doing at that moment, to enjoy it. The circuit goes from top to bottom, from head to body, from body to head. There has to be a productive and positive hyperconnection." NASM.org reports that circuit training has benefits. "Several studies have shown that circuit training can elicit increases in both upper and lower body 1-rep max, making it a great exercise to target whole body fitness. Studies have shown major increases in muscle mass in both trained and untrained populations (however, untrained populations demonstrate greater improvements since they have more ability to show improvements in shorter time periods). Circuit training induces the same anabolic signaling and maximal muscle fiber recruitment that conventional resistance training does — but without the need to use as much weight since there are shorter rest periods between sets."
Rubio revealed in this Instagram post that she likes to snowboard to stay in shape. According to The University of Rochester, skiing and snowboarding have a lot of benefits. "Skiing and snowboarding are thrilling activities and great workouts. Both sports are excellent cardiovascular exercises that strengthen the heart. They are also weight-bearing exercises. So hey strengthen your bones as they tone your muscles. Cardiovascular or aerobic exercises also work to reduce your risk for ongoing (chronic) diseases. They lower your blood pressure. And they help you maintain a healthy body weight. Through regular aerobic exercise like skiing and snowboarding, you lower your risk of developing conditions like diabetes and heart disease, having a stroke, and perhaps even getting cancer."