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She-Hulk Star Ginger Gonzaga in Two-Piece Workout Gear Says "World is My Oyster"

Here are her lifestyle habits.

Ginger Gonzaga is showing off her washboard abs – in her two-piece workout gear. In a new social media post the She-Hulk star flaunts her fit figure in black leggings and a sports bra, posing in front of the mirror. "Finally able to work out again. Maybe next I'll even clean my hallways. World is my oyster," she captioned the Instagram Story. How does the actress approach health and wellness? Celebwell rounded up her top lifestyle habits. 



Ginger stresses the importance of getting rest. "Well, sleep deprivation is never good. I'm bipolar II. I'm also ADHD, and I've had a lot of complex PTSD in my life. Weirdly, when I'm sleep deprived, I call it when I'm being in rare form, 'cause I get really slaphappy and everything's silly to me. Because I lean toward comedic things, it doesn't end up being too disruptive on set. Sometimes I actually think I'm a better improviser when I'm really exhausted because everything becomes sillier. But because I don't want any consequences from the general lack of sleep that you have on set, I've learned to conserve [my energy] in certain areas," she told  Wondermind.



Ginger is also a reader. "I shouldn't feel guilty when I do things that I love, but I love to read and sometimes feel guilty when I'm like, Ooh, let me just read this book for a minute. I'm reading about the Marcos family in the Philippines, which is endlessly fascinating," she told Wondermind. 




To get into shape for True Lies, Ginger did parkour-style workouts, an intense form of martial arts. Parkour is a full-body workout that promotes quick thinking skills and boosts confidence. 



Ginger loves to dance. "I broke this bed from jumping on it during the @trueliescbs pilot, and then threw up in a corner by it because I did too much cardio all at once and spun too much while dancing to music only I could hear with an ear wig," she captioned a post of herself dancing.  



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Ginger spends a lot of time walking her dog. Going for a daily walk can be a game changer in terms of exercise, especially at a brisk speed. One study published in JAMA Internal Medicine found that walking at a brisk pace for about 30 minutes a day led to a reduced risk of heart disease, cancer, dementia and death, compared with walking a similar number of steps but at a slower pace.

Leah Groth
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