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Taylor Olympios in Two-Piece Workout Gear is "On to Day 4"

“And just like that, we are on to day 4.”

Taylor Olympios is best known for appearing on Next Influencer. She has a strong following on Instagram. One thing Olympios does is share her wellness journey on her page. In January, she shared a reel of herself at the gym and cooking food. She captioned the post, "And just like that, we are on to day 4." How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Taylor Olympios stays in shape and the photos that prove they work.


She Cooks

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Olympios likes to cook a lot of her own meals. She's seen making soup in her reel. Harvard Health states that cooking has a lot of benefits. "Research is turning to studying the value of nutrition programs that include cooking instruction. These programs have been shown to help people adhere to a healthier diet, eat smaller portions, and lose weight — improvements that lasted as long as a year after the study ended. These programs can even help patients with type 2 diabetes to eat healthier, lower blood pressures and blood sugars, and lose weight. Hard to believe it, but time in the kitchen can be as valuable as medication for some people with diabetes."


She Uses A Treadmill

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In her reel, Olympios is seen on a treadmill. According to Healthy Talbot, using a treadmill has a lot of benefits. "Treadmill working is an aerobic/ cardio exercise. Studies demonstrate that aerobic exercise can minimize the risk of heart diseases. Moreover, they can strengthen your heart muscles. This helps to lower blood pressure and allows the heart to pump blood more efficiently. Most doctors recommend aerobic exercise to people suffering from cardiovascular diseases."


She Does Squats

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Olympios is seen doing squats with a resistance band in her Instagram reel. Squats are a great workout. Allina Health states, "The squat is one of the all-around best exercises to do for your lower body. It strengthens and tones muscles in your thighs, butt and calves and improves posture, balance, flexibility and inner core strength. Squatting also improves bone mineral density to keep your bones strong. Include squats in your exercise routine two to three days a week to reap the benefits from this dynamite move. Rest at least one day to allow muscle recovery."


She Does Leg Lifts

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In the reel, Olympios is seen doing side leg lifts. Gymless states that this is a great exercise to do. "The leg raises are an effective strength training exercise that builds a rock solid core and sculpting six-pack abs…This exercise targets muscle groups throughout your body which includes the rectus abdonominis especially the lower abs. It also targets the hip flexors as the abdominal muscles are used isometrically to support the body during the motion, and it targets the obliques and the quadriceps."


She Strength Trains

In her reel, Olympios is seen using weights. Strength training has a lot of benefits. New Mexico State University states, "Strength training can decrease the risk of heart disease by improving cholesterol and lowering blood pressure. It also decreases the stress placed on the heart when lifting or moving objects. Strength training can help to lower body fat levels or improve body composition. It can also help us maintain muscle mass during weight-loss efforts."

Anna Bechtel
Anna Bechtel is a freelance writer currently based in Hamden, CT. Read more
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