Tiffany Haddish Shares Rare Swimsuit Photo "Being Silly"
Tiffany Haddish is a successful actress and comedian. She recently enjoyed a beach vacation and shared some highlights on Instagram. In a carousel post, Haddish wore a blue swimsuit and posed on the sand and in the water. She captioned the post, "I Love being silly on the black sand beach. I have always wanted to do a swimsuit photo shoot. This silly one will do for now." How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Tiffany Haddish stays in shape and the photos that prove they work.
Haddish shared some of her wellness secrets with People. She says that she eats a lot of vegetables. In fact, she has her own garden. "I've been eating differently," she said. "Eating way more vegetables, definitely eating directly out of my garden and just really putting in the work, making sure I sweat every single day and staying up on nutrition – nutrition is everything."
Haddish shared some of her workouts with People. She says that she does workouts that she enjoys. For Haddish, that means dancing every day. "And I try to dance every day for like five to ten minutes. I think that's really important, too: Make it fun!"
She Got Fit
In late 2020, Haddish shared her fitness goals. She says that she is focusing on sculpting muscles. "I'm very skinny, it's going good," she said. "I don't really want to lose any more weight. I want to now just sculpt it all, sculpt off the fat so I can get to the muscle. The goal is to have abs by New Year's Day! We'll see."
She Gives Back
In 2020, Haddish supported the charity WhyHunger's Hungerthon. She revealed her reasons for doing so in an interview with People. "I wanted to see how I can contribute. In what way can I lend my platform to spread the word to help? There's a lot of people in our country right now that are starving."
She Likes the Sun
"It's not just in your head; there's a scientific reason being in the sunshine improves your mood. Sunshine boosts your body's level of serotonin, which is a chemical that improves your mood and helps you stay calm and focused. Increased exposure to natural light may help ease the symptoms of seasonal affective disorder–a change in mood that typically occurs in the fall and winter months when there are fewer hours of daylight," says Select Health.