Socialite Roxy Jacenko Shares Swimsuit Photo of Weight Loss
Roxy Jacenko is revealing her weight loss in a swimsuit. In a new social media post the Celebrity Apprentice Australia shows off her slimmed down and fitter-than-ever figure in a pink bathing suit. She shared the images via her Instagram Stories. How does the socialite approach health and fitness? Celebwell rounded up her top lifestyle habits.
Protein, Produce, and Good Carbs
Roxy maintains a healthy diet, detailing what she eats in a day to Women's Health Australia. "I always start my day with a skim piccolo before the gym. I'm straight at my desk afterwards and have one slice of vegemite toast with a fresh green juice for breakfast," she said. "My go to lunch is always sushi – 10 cooked tuna mini rolls, and seared prawn on rice. In the afternoon, I'll have a handful of fresh grapes from GrapeCo to tie me over," then for dinner she will eat one of her healthy salads from her Chargrill Charlie's range "'The Euro Glow' which is a turmeric, chickpea and quinoa salad with grilled chicken or baked salmon for added protein."
Roxy focuses her energy on building muscle. "I'm not into cardio, I do weights and resistance training, lots of TRX. I'm not interested in being the fittest person. I want to be ripped and I want a four-pack," she told Women's Health. "My workout regimen now involves a 45-minute weight-based workout four times a week which I change up with Ben Lucas and Ryan at Flow Athletic and Dylan Rivier to keep it interesting."
Roxy is a fan of pilates. "The PAIN. Pilates added to the regime," she captioned one of her posts, showing off her moves on the reformer. According to research, Pilates exercises are designed to increase muscle strength, endurance, and flexibility, and to improve posture and balance. Experts maintain that it is a great workout for leaning out.
Roxy has a no excuses approach to exercise. "Some days I don't feel like going to the gym, but I make my workouts standing appointments so I don't move them," Roxy told Now to Love. "Once my workout is over (if I can walk out of there, I'm so sore!), I do feel so much better, and I'm ready to attack the day with gusto and get on with anything that comes my way."
Roxy was big into "clean eating," later realizing she was bordering eating disorder territory. "I starved myself for a good twelve months," she said in a podcast for body+soul."Everyone was cheering me on, saying, 'Oh, she's training so hard at the gym'. Well, no, I was eating air. I was not smart about how I was living my life."I eat normally [now]. I'm still careful [about] what I eat, but if I want to have dessert, I'll have the tiramisu. I would never have before…"