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WWE's Lola Vice in Two-Piece Workout Gear is "Kicking and Dancing"

Here are her lifestyle habits.

Lola Vice is getting her fight on in her two-piece workout gear. In a new social media post the WWE wrestler and mixed martial artist shows off her impressive moves and fit figure at the gym in ab-baring exercise clothes. "Always kicking and dancing 😉Happy Friday Vice City," she captioned the Instagram post. How does the fighter maintain her fit figure? Celebwell has all the details on her lifestyle habits. 


Eat Clean

Lola tries to eat clean and hydrate "On both training days and active recovery days I drink a lot of water and try to eat clean," she told Vital Proteins. "Every morning, I train fasted – meaning I don't eat anything before working out. Afterward, I usually have some sort of protein, a carb and healthy fat like avocado. As for why I train fasted, I find, in my experience, it's a great way to maintain my weight. I also feel lean while exercising."



Lola is also a fan of getting her zen on. "On active recovery days, doing yoga is my go-to because it helps to release the lactic acid from my legs and the next morning I am not as sore," she told Vital Proteins.




Lola spikes her coffee with collagen. "For about a month now I've been adding two scoops of the Collagen Peptides in my coffee every morning and I have seen a drastic change in my hair, nails and skin. I also use Vital Performance™ RECOVER after every training session and I feel immediately renovated," she said. 



"I'm very big on my routine with my vitamins, my supplements and, and my nutrition," Lola told Muscle & Fitness about why she takes supplements. "So I do eat healthy, and I don't eat a lot of carbs. But if there's something I'm very disciplined with, it's my vitamins and my blood work is really important to me." 



Lola has explained why she enjoys fighting. "I think for women, one of the biggest things martial arts teaches you, in general, is confidence. You know, with confidence, you can do things. I've always been the only girl in my class, all full of men— for example, boxing— but I have the confidence to do that. For a woman who want to get started, I'd say start with boxing because I feel like boxing is a huge stress relief for a lot of women," she told Muscle & Fitness.

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