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Sydney Sweeney in Two-Piece Workout Gear Shares Gym Selfie

Here is what you need to know about her exercise routine.

Sydney Sweeney is showing off her rock hard abs during a workout. In a new social media post the Madam Web star flaunts her fantastically taut tummy in a yellow Athleta set, snapping a selfie at the gym. "Things I'm loving this month," she wrote. How does the gorgeous young star approach health and fitness? Here is everything you need to know about her exercise routine. 


She Water Skis

Sydney has been water skiing since the "moment I could walk," she told Women's Health. "I remember that whenever we would go by the docks of my grandma's or my cousin's house, I'd wave. I felt so cool because I could take off one hand. That's my earliest memory of skiing, but I've been doing it as long as I can remember. It's my favorite." What makes it such a great workout? "It's a lot of upper body strength, it's balance, it's core, it's legs—you get tired really fast," she says. "I see such a change in my body after an entire summer of [skiing]. My arms are stronger, more sculpted. My abs are rock solid. But I never look at it as a workout because it is so much fun," she said. 


She Hydrates

Sweeney understands the importance of hydration. She confessed to the Hollywood Reporter that she's never even tried coffee and doesn't drink alcohol. "If I'm celebrating, or it's a very rare occasion, I'll have a Shirley Temple," she said.


She Does Martial Arts

Sydney is an experienced MMA fighter. "I'm trained in mixed martial arts," she told Marie Claire. "I started when I was 14 and did my first competition at 18. It was a grappling competition against all guys a weight category above me, and I got first place. Those guys were probably saying, 'Oh, we didn't want to hurt her,' but they were definitely trying. Everyone broke a sweat!"


She Reads Books

Sydney indulges in me-time. "I love to paint, and I love to read," she said. "Those are the activities that are just for me." One Harvard study published in Social Science & Medicine found that people who read books regularly had a 20% lower risk of dying over the next 12 years compared with people who weren't readers or who read periodicals. 


She Takes solidcore Workout Classes

Sydney Sweeney/Instagram

In her latest post Sweeney reveals that she has been doing the solidcore workout, calling it "the most insane workout ever." The pilates-based method is a low-impact, high intensity workout with classes offered across the country. 

Leah Groth
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