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SI Swimsuit Model Drew Dorsey Wears Bathing Suit From James Bond

Here are her lifestyle habits.

Drew Dorsey is heating up social media in her swimsuit. In a new post the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition model flaunts her famous figure in a bathing suit, impressing her followers. "Slaying as always," commented one. "There's just something about you!" added another. How did the model get into the best shape of her life? Celebwell has the lowdown on all her health habits. 


She Hikes

In a video shared to her YouTube channel, Drew reveals all her diet and fitness secrets. "Okay, so first thing I do is usually I'll go on a hike," she told her fans. According to the National Parks Service, the physical benefits of hiking include:

  • Building stronger muscles and bones
  • Improving your sense of balance
  • Improving your heart health
  • Decreasing the risk of certain respiratory problems


She Works Out at Home

Drew works out in her apartment, "because I don't need any equipment. It's easy, accessible in my own home," she revealed. She starts off by doing 40 jumping jacks. Next she takes two eight point weights and does curls while holding one leg up at a time. Next up, lunges. Then, she moves on to the "booty" doing a standard glute bridge. Next she does 100 bicycle moves and ends with 20 scissor kicks. 


She Believes It Is 75 Percent Diet

How did Drew transform her body? "I think diet is honestly 75%, and then exercise was 25% because I saw a drastic change in just switching my diet," she said. "Before, I didn't really care what I ate, I kind of just ate whatever. I'm not going to lie, which wasn't good because I also have very sensitive skin. And so whenever I eat anything that's sugary or has a lot of salt or a lot of how want to say oil, but just fried, fatty stuff, I break out, turn to a complete pizza. So I think that helped a lot also with me being like, okay, I'm going to commit to just cutting all that shit out of my diet."


She Changed Her Lifestyle

Drew chooses a healthy lifestyle over crash diets. She admits she tried drastic diets in the past and they "never work." Instead, "You just have to look at it as a lifestyle change," she continued. "Because as soon as I started looking at it as a lifestyle change, I was like, okay, I can actually do this. And also a lot of times with diets, you're depriving yourself of stuff and then what's going to happen is you're just going to end up binging because you've been eating clean for 30 days and you're like, just guys didn't want a burger."


She Eats Healthy During the Week and Has One Cheat Meal on the Weekend


Drew explains that during the week, "I'll eat really healthy or as healthy as possible. And then on the weekends, in the beginning, I just had it down to eating one cheat meal on a Saturday. So I would have one cheat meal. I wouldn't just let myself eat whatever the whole weekend, but I did get to eat whatever I wanted. So it was a lot easier or gave me incentive knowing that during the week I could had to stick to eating clean, but I knew that on Saturday I was going to get that pizza, I was going to get in and out or I was going to get gelato, I could have something. So that really helped me stay on track because it wasn't like I was depriving myself of all these things that I also love."


She Doesn't Weigh Herswelf

"I never weigh myself," Drew revealed, calling the habit "unhealthy," adding, "I think a number on a scale of such an inaccurate representation of what your body is actually doing, because it could be muscle, it could be just different things fluctuating. So I really just go off of what I look like in the mirror."

Leah Groth
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