Brie Larson is in a bathing suit….and a white hoodie wearing motocross gloves and holding a rubber spatula. “It’s called fashion!” she captioned the silly photo. The Marvel star also recently shared her latest workout video on Instagram, perfectly executing a reverse crunch with one caveat. “Working up to 10 reps, 3x at body weight 🥵” she captioned the impressive clip. What other things does the star do to stay fit? Read on to see 6 ways Brie Larson stays in shape and the photos that prove they work—and to get beach-ready yourself, don’t miss these essential 30 Best-Ever Celebrity Bathing Suit Photos!
“Stretching is a huge part of exercise,” she explained in a Youtube video. “This is great for mornings, before workouts, as you’re winding down your day, or, if you’re somebody like me who’s spending the majority of their time at a desk looking at Zoom all day, it’s good to incorporate a couple of stretches and be kind to yourself.” Cat-cow, toe sitting, and cobra pose are a few of her favorites.
Brie is one of the many stars who drink celery juice. “I hold my stress in my stomach and this feels very soothing/healing in my opinion,” she said in an Instagram story.
Brie, who trains with Jason Walsh, is all about hardcore workouts. During their session they lift lots of weights, do one-armed pull-ups, and other intense exercises. Once, Brie even pushed a 5,000 pound Jeep down the street. “Pushing myself past my limit, honey! Doesn’t always look pretty but gosh it feels amazing,” she wrote in a post, asking her trainer, “how heavy were these again?”
Brie maintains a healthy diet, but indulges on occasion. “Ice cream, anyone?” she captioned this snap of herself indulging in a sweet treat.
Brie finds pleasure in her sweat sessions. “Even after years of training, I still try to find ways to get out of working out. Luckily @risemovement keeps me motivated by prefacing a new move with ‘this will be fun,'” she captioned one of her Instagram posts.
Brie makes sure to prioritize self-care. “Sauna, massage, nature – does it get better?” she captioned a recent photo of herself during a wellness getaway at Wilderness Reserve. “Sauna bathing, an activity used for the purposes of pleasure, wellness, and relaxation, is linked to a remarkable array of health benefits. It is a safe activity and can even be used in people with stable CVD, provided it is used sensibly for an appropriate period of time,” says the Mayo Clinic. “Indeed, based on the current knowledge and evidence, sauna bathing may have beneficial effects and has therapeutic potential to reduce the risk of adverse health outcomes in the general population. In the future, sauna bathing has the potential to be also recommended for people with cardiovascular risk factors and stable cardiac patients as a pleasant lifestyle measure.”