Tiffani Thiessen has gotten caught in her swimsuit! The Saved by the Bell alum steams up the beaches of Mendochino in one of her latest social media posts, showing off her phenomenal figure in a black bathing suit. “When you get caught trying to find a place to pee,” she captioned the Instagram post. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Tiffani Thiessen 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!
One way Tiffani ensures healthy eating is by cooking her own meals. “I grew up in a long line of women who love to cook,” Thiessen told People, “I just kind of went right into it with them. As I’ve gotten older and I started traveling to other countries, my love of cooking just expanded.”
Tiffani has been focused on eating healthier. “I try to use a balance of the 80/20 percent, where 80 percent of the time I’m eating very well, and 20 percent of the time I’m a little more adventurous,” she told People. “For me, it’s high protein, and really coming down on the carbs, or the bad carbs, as much as possible,” she told People.
“I’ve always been someone who doesn’t like doing the same thing every day, so I like to change my workouts up. I do strength training and HIIT classes Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, and then I do mat Pilates on Tuesdays and Thursdays. On the weekends I usually go hiking. In California we have such great hikes,” she told Self. “I also have a Peloton, and I used that very much at the beginning of the pandemic. But I missed having that connection with real people, so since things are starting to open up, I went back to a private gym.”
Tiffani drinks a whopping 3 liters of water throughout the day, she revealed to People. “I’m really good about drinking water in the morning. I usually drink either regular water or I’ll do hot water with lemon. And then at night it’s either tea—I love turmeric and green teas from Kilogram—or I just try to down even more water before bed,” she added to Self.
Tiffani prioritizes sleep. “I’m actually a morning person—I find myself waking up at about 5:30 or 6:00 a.m.—so I like to be in bed by 9:00 p.m., with lights out by 9:30 or 10:00 p.m.. But I know I don’t sleep as soundly after having children, because I feel like I have an ear open constantly no matter what,” she told Self. One thing that helps her achieve a good night’s sleep? “Exercise helps everything, and it 100% impacts my sleep. If I don’t get my normal exercise in, I see a huge difference in how my body feels later that night—it makes it hard to fall asleep, and I’ve found it messes with the quality of my sleep as well.”
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