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Tracey Edmonds In Workout Gear Says "Love, Peace, and Happiness"

She is 57, fit, and fabulous.

Tracey Edmonds is reminding fans and followers about what's most important in life. Edmonds, 57, shared a picture of herself looking stunning in black leggings and a matching tank top, posing by the pool. "Happy Wellness Wednesday Fam! The best things in life are NOT material things! Focus on and appreciate your inner peace and good people. Love, peace, and happiness are what's PRICELESS! Sending you love! ✌🏽❤️," she captioned the post. Here's how Edmonds' health and wellness regimen is helping her thrive in her 50s.


Lemon Water and Smoothies

Edmonds starters the day with lemon water and a superfood smoothie. "I begin every morning by drinking lukewarm lemon water which cleanses the system, builds the immune system, aids in digestion, and much more," she told The Eden Magazine. "I also consume a morning health smoothie, which includes superfoods such as blueberries, turmeric, chlorella, coconut water, chia and hemp seeds, and a few others."


Wellness Brand

Edmonds started her lifestyle brand Alrightnow to share her wellness mantra with the world. "I believe that everything in your life can be all right if you make the right lifestyle choices," she told The Eden Magazine. "Through the Alrightnow site, we are providing tools to make sure that every aspect of your life: your mind, body, spirit, family, relationships, career, etc. can be "all right" and thrive. We want you to live your best life and we are sharing tools that can help you achieve that goal. As far as the actual name, Alrightnow, All Right Now is my alma mater, Stanford University's theme song, but I changed the spelling a little to clear the name."


Vibration Plates


Edmonds uses vibration plates as part of her wellness routine. "I work out on a vibration fitness machine every morning, the ones with the metal plates," she told The Eden Magazine. "They are amazing. I do 30 minutes a day, 10 minutes of the cardio setting, 10 minutes of the weight training setting, and 10 minutes of the detox setting. These machines tone your body, build muscle density, get your energy flowing, and put you on a higher vibration to start your day. When I finish my vibration workout, I am charged and ready to go… I also have a sauna that I use a few times a week to sweat out the toxins and re-energize. I love to meditate inside there. It's a great space to be completely quiet and isolated from the rest of the world."


Feeling Blessed

Edmonds approaches life with a glass-half-full philosophy. "I've been very blessed in my life and career, but everyone experiences struggle at some point," she told VoyageLA. "I always use setbacks as learning lessons. My toughest time was after the death of my parents, but being surrounded by loving family and friends, and lots of prayer and meditation helped me pull through."


Yoga and Running

Edmonds enjoys yoga sessions and running on the treadmill. "I've always loved staying in shape and fitness routines that incorporate flexibility and balance," she told Tinseltown Mom. "I did a lot of Pilates for about 20 years and switched over to Yoga a few years ago. My routine now is running on the treadmill for 20-30 minutes to get cardio in and then practicing yoga in the evening to 'wind down' and de-stress."

Ferozan Mast
Ferozan Mast is a science, health and wellness writer with a passion for making science and research-backed information accessible to a general audience. Read more
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