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Rochelle Humes Shows Off Fit Figure in New Sunny Selfie

She shared the mirror selfie via her Instagram Stories.

Rochelle Humes is living her best life this spring break in her swimsuit. In a new social media post the television presenter shows off her fit figure in a bathing suit while vacationing in the tropics with her family. She shared the mirror selfie via her Instagram Stories. How does the 35-year-old approach diet and fitness? Here is everything you need to know about her lifestyle habits. 


Strength Training and Cardio

Rochelle works out with personal trainer PMAC, Peter MacIver, doing strength training workouts. He told Hello! that they train together three times a week, for 45 to 60 minute sessions. "She also does cardio twice a week in her own time," he said. "No two workouts with me are ever the same. We might be doing the same body part but we'll do different exercises as much as possible. This keeps things new and fresh and also stops the body becoming used to certain exercises."


Morning Workouts

"When I first started [setting the alarm] for 5.30am I thought, oh my god, I don't really want to get up that early, I'll just wait for my kids to wake me up to maximise my sleep, but it means that I get more time for myself at the front of the day," Rochelle told Health & Wellbeing. She tries to get her workouts done at this time. "I don't work out every day, I do Monday-Friday no weekends. My kids wake up at 7(ish) I wake up any time between 5/6 am and get in some solo chill time (which for me means working out) before the whole house wakes up and is CHAOTIC 😂 I find this really sets my day up right for me mentally 🥰 I really recommend the book the 5am club ✨" she added on Instagram. 


Enjoying Exercise

Rochelle tries to look at exercise in a positive light. "I think I've got it wrong in the past," she admitted to Health & Wellbeing. "I used to think, I need to do this type of workout with this trainer, but actually, fitness doesn't have to be so military. Once you find the thing for you, you can enjoy it and for me, sometimes that's just a nice walk and some Pilates. Fitness is super personal and I've learned that it doesn't have to be all or nothing either."


Exercising Outdoors and Indoors

Rochelle told Women's Fitness that she enjoys exercising outdoors and indoors. "I like a combination of the two. To be honest, I probably only ever worked out indoors before lockdown. But once we were all locked away, working out and being outdoors for an hour a day became such a treat for everybody. If you weren't outdoorsy before lockdown, you definitely were afterwards! Now, I love exercising outside, and I've even done bootcamp classes," she said. 


Green Juice

Rochelle makes green juice – celery, cucumber, ginger and apple – daily. "In the morning I'll have a juice to start off the day – that might be a fresh orange, but from the juicer. I like apple, carrot, ginger and I actually have celery straight sometimes. It's really good for you and my skin really notices when I haven't had it," she told Hello!



Rochelle Humes/Instagram

"I'm always a bath girl. I use my own bath soak from My Little Coco, the Baby Mama Bath Soak. Obviously, I developed it to be exactly what I wanted to be. It was pretty self-indulgent!" Rochelle told Who What Wear. How can baths do your body and mind good? They have been linked to better sleep and even found helpful to minimize anxiety and depression. One recent study even found that they may even boast cardiovascular benefits.

Leah Groth
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