Nicole Scherzinger in beachwear says “Happy Valentine’s Day” — Celebwell


Nicole Scherzinger celebrated Valentine’s Day with her boyfriend of two years, Scottish rugby player Thom Evans, at least virtually. Scherzinger posted an adorable video of the two of them doing a slow dance together, waves in the background, captioned “Happy Valentine’s Day.” She later posed for photos of herself in a red heart dress. “Happy Valentine’s Day beauties,” she captioned. “Me and my top send you all our ‘love and happiness’. In another, wearing the same dress, she winked at the camera . “Happy Valentine’s Day my love,” she told Evans. “I miss you.” How does she manage to stay in shape while having so much fun? Read on to see 5 ways Nicole Scherzinger stays fit and the photos that prove they work — and to get beach-ready, don’t miss these essentials 30 Best Celebrity Swimsuit Photos!

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Scherzinger says she likes to do a lot of different exercises when it comes to working out. “In a typical workout, I was running on the treadmill, maybe 20 minutes, then trying to do squats, sit-ups on the exercise ball, yoga stretches,” she said. Women’s health in the UK. Which muscles makes the most sense to focus on? The answer lies in your glutes: our legs and back contain some of the largest muscles in our body. As a result, they store and burn the most glycogen. An exercise routine that puts those big muscles into play will burn greater amounts of glycogen and lead to a greater reduction in fat stores than a routine in which you work your arms or chest, for example.

Regarding his diet, Scherzinger recounts We Weekly, that even though she tries to eat healthy, she doesn’t pressure herself either. “As you age gracefully, you become more and more accepting of yourself and say to yourself, ‘Those truffle fries are worth it’, you know what I mean? ‘That cheese is pretty good.'”

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Scherzinger said We Weekly that she meditates regularly and it helps her de-stress from her busy schedule. “I think meditation and prayer are so important,” she says. “We don’t give ourselves enough time to let all the noise and all the dust and everything else settle and come back to the core of ourselves.” “Research has shown that meditation can help reduce symptoms of anxiety and depression. Combined with conventional medicine, meditation can improve physical health. For example, some research suggests that meditation can help manage symptoms of conditions such as insomnia, heart disease, pain, cancer, and digestive issues,” explains the Mayo Clinic.

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Scherzinger tells that one of her favorite ways to stay active is to go to a hot yoga class. “I love sweat,” she says. “I love that it pushes you through hot temperatures and I love the stretch side of it.” “Hot yoga is exactly what it sounds like – yoga practiced in a warm environment. Most hot yoga classes have an increased room temperature set between 90 and 105 degrees Fahrenheit. That’s quite a difference from normal room temperature (68 to 72 degrees Fahrenheit). Why so hot? The heat helps lubricate the tendons and ligaments, making it easier to bend in certain stretches and poses,” explains the Cleveland Clinic.

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Scherzinger said Women’s health in the UKthat she likes to train with her friends and that it is also extremely useful to her. “Me and my girlfriends support each other in the gym. Because, you know, sometimes it’s hard to be motivated. We’ll go hiking one day and then we’ll try a sculpting hot yoga class, then we’ll do cardio. We just motivate each other.” “Try recruiting a friend who can take this exercise journey with you, suggests Christi Marraccini, CPT and instructor at NEOU. Not only will he or she hold you accountable for your exercise sessions (you won’t want to leave anyone hanging!), but he or she is also likely to make it more fun!” says our sister site Eat This, Not That!


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