Nina Agdal in swimsuit enjoys “Cali Sunshine” – Celebwell

Nina Agdal, the Danish swimsuit model who appeared in the Sports Illustrated swimsuit number alongside Chrissy Teigen and Lily Aldridge, is still one of the best in the business. She posted two selfies of herself lying in a green swimsuit with her hair curly and flowing. Agdal captioned the post, “Cali sunshine.” How does she stay in shape? “Finding that inner voice is the biggest trick. It starts with letting go and not being so hard on ourselves,” she said. Read on to see 5 ways Nina Agdal stays fit and the photos that prove they work — and to get beach-ready, don’t miss these essentials 30 Best Celebrity Swimsuit Photos!

Agdal talked about his wellness routine at Introducing The Thursday Boot Co. NYFW in 2017. She revealed that she believes in a balanced diet and that she believes in eating foods that she actually likes. “I try to keep a good balance. I eat a lot of vegetables, obviously, as there is no secret – what everyone tells you, eat your vegetables, lean proteins, fish especially, but also be able to have a meal that you enjoy, whether it’s a burger or a pizza, it doesn’t matter, and exercise regularly.

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Agdal also spoke about his approach to fitness at the Thursday Boot Co. NYFW presentation. She shared that she doesn’t train to lose weight, but rather because she enjoys it. “I train five to six days a week for at least an hour, and I do it because I feel better afterwards. Not just because it’s supposed to be good for you, but I like it, I love how I feel.”

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It can be tough working out while you’re traveling or on vacation, but Agdal says she makes sure of that. When StyleCaster When asked what his advice was for working out while on vacation, Agdal replied, “Don’t think of it as a vacation at the gym. You should always sweat for an hour.” She says O: “I think we all have to give ourselves a little grace when we travel. It’s really hard to follow any training program when you’re thrown out of your routine and not in your normal environment. When I’ I travel, if I only spend 15 or 20 minutes (on the mat or on a towel or jogging outside to see where I am) it’s still extremely helpful for me mentally. always to people is to create great playlists that make you want to move. I always tell people, “Don’t bother bringing [equipment] with you. You can still use water bottles, you can use towels, you can go outside and use a chair. But make sure you have your playlist ready.”

Agdal loves practicing yoga to stay in shape. And there’s a specific type of yoga class she likes to take. “I do a bunch of Y7 yoga which is amazing because it’s dark and no one is judging you,” she said. Health. Yoga “helps with balance, strength and flexibility, which is really what we all need,” says Colleen Pelkey, mind and body instructor, at Mayo Clinic. “It can reduce inflammation in our body. It helps with digestion. It gets everything moving.” The clinic says, “Through postures and meditation, yoga helps you focus on your body, breathe and relax. So you can disconnect from the demands of our busy world and find balance.” “Anyone can benefit from yoga.”

“I wanted to create The Agdal method to start getting the message out that it’s not about the time you spend in the gym, working out for 60 minutes and torturing yourself, or just drinking green juices and eating lettuce,” she said of her own app, launched two years ago, to O. And here’s her best wellness tip: “The first thing that comes to mind is this: don’t be so hard on yourself. I think, especially with women, we’re so hard on ourselves. -even if we eat a piece of cake and then the next day we have to torture ourselves at the gym, or if we go to the gym and don’t give it 150%, that’s not good enough. mentality is what will almost make your body reject what you’re doing.”

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