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Sabre the Gladiator Shares Swimsuit Photo of "Vitamin Sea"

Here are her lifestyle habits.

Sabre the Gladiator, AKA Sheli McCoy, is hitting the beach in her swimsuit. In a new social media post the Gladiator shows off her amazingly fit figure in a bathing suit while sitting on the beach. "Vitamin Sea 🌊 amongst other very useful supplements in my daily life," she captioned the Instagram snap. How does the fighter keep herself fit? Celebwell rounded up her top health habits. 



Sabre is devoted to Crossfit, claiming it changed her life. "I was a very unhappy and broken young girl, I was unhealthily overweight, at a low point of my life from an abusive relationship with zero self confidence or worth and desperate to find a way forward to be a better person for myself and my family. I fell in lole with the pain at first and then came the feelings of accomplishment and I slowly started to heal and grow and shine again," she told Inov-8.



Sabre has a lot of self-love. "My body is the product of effort, struggle, success, failure, focus and commitment. I love my body for what it can do and so I look at it with pride and I am unashamed. I used to worry what others, particularly men, would say when I was out in a gym environment, but the harder I work to be a better athlete the thicker my skin seems to get," she said. 


Regular Workouts

Sabre works out almost all the time. "I train five days a week, two to three times a day on a Crossfit programme written by a coach, Mike Catris,  called Moofit programming and it's really brought me and my skills on over the last five to six months," she told Road to Gainsville.


Recovery Days

Sabe makes sure to give herself rest. "One day I will have active recovery which may be a swim or walk or light run and one day is complete rest," she added. "Recovery is the key to growth."


Macro Counting

As for diet, "I stick to macros written by my nutritionist Carl Greenslade, every day I aim for the same totals," she said. "My Nutrition has to be perfect for my body to give me what I demand from it – to the best of its ability," she added. Her favorite cheat meal? Donuts. "Big, dirty, heart destroying, fudgey, sticky, too big for my mouth DONUTS."

Leah Groth
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