The Neighborhood Star Beth Behrs Shares Swimsuit Photo of "Sunday Vibes"
Beth Behrs is pretty in pink in her swimsuit. In a social media post shared earlier this year, The Neighborhood star shows off her amazing body in a bathing suit top. "Sunday vibes," she captioned the Instagram snap, grabbing the attention of her followers. "Sexy," commented one of them. "Beautiful," added another. How does the actress approach health and wellness? Celebwell rounded up her top lifestyle habits.
She Schedules Workouts on Sunday
"What I tend to do is schedule my whole week on a Sunday night—so I'll plan my workouts and what time and I'll actually schedule it in—because I find if I don't have it in my planner, I'll be lazy and I won't want to do it. It's like scheduling a meeting. I call it my Reset Sunday. You stick to it," Beth told Women's Health about her trick for sticking to fitness.
She Mixes Up Workouts
Beth does lots of different workouts. "For me, a typical workout changes every day because I get super bored, so I like to change it up and do swimming one day, yoga, Pilates, circuit training. It basically just changes every week," she told Women's Health.
She Follows the 80/20 Plan
Beth eats healthy most of the time. "My diet on a normal day is 80 percent healthy 20 percent eating whatever I want, because I really believe in not depriving yourself of a cookie or a carb if you really want them," she told Women's Health. "Life is too short and eating healthy 80 percent of the time doesn't have to be awful."
She Does Intervals on the Treadmill
Beth goes to FitMix studio in Los Angeles doing interval training mixed with pilates. She also recommends doing running-walking workouts on your own.
Beth also enjoys aquatic fitness. "I just started swimming, which I thought would be really boring, because I'm usually more of a fast, contact-sports person, but to be honest, it's one of the most meditative workouts," she told Popsugar. "I love yoga, too, but with the swimming you get that cardio high that you get running, but it's also super meditative because you're in the water, you're alone, and you can't really hear anything! So I've actually been doing that, and I've noticed a big change in my body; I feel like swimming is basically resistance training in the water, plus cardio, so you're getting a double workout, which is great!"
She Loves Smoothies
Beth gets lots of nutrients by drinking smoothies. "I do a humongous smoothie with two green apples, one cucumber, four celery stalks, a squeeze of lemon juice, a handful of spinach, and then a whole liter water. I carry that with me on set all day because it's super hydrating, it's really healthy, and it keeps you full in between meals," she told Popsugar.