EntertainmentCelebrityHilary Duff fans go ga-ga over her fit look in swimsuit photo

Hilary Duff fans go ga-ga over her fit look in swimsuit photo

Actress-singer Hilary Duff appeared on the cover of Australian Women’s Health recently. Duff modeled a one piece bathing suit that shows just how strong she is now. Looking toned and fit Duff was glowing from top to toe.

She also spoke about the photo shoot on Instagram with photos of her swigging down a bottle of water, pouting for the camera and sporting a pair of sunglasses.

“Oh Australia how I miss you! They let me keep the suit because I liked it. Now I can’t find it. Thank you to all the people who made this day as breezy as it could be,” Hilary Duff wrote in the caption.

Comments included a “Wow” from actress Kim Catrall and “Looking gorgeous and fit” from Kyle Richards.

Duff spoke about how she stopped trying to be skinny and focused on being fit and strong.

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“[I’m] appreciating my health, doing activities that make me feel strong instead of just bettering the outside of my body. That includes spending time with people that make me feel good and share similar views on health and body positivity and getting enough sleep and balance in my diet.”

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Hilary Duff realistic goals

Hilary’s personal trainer Dominic Leeder stressed the importance of realistic goals.

“Reaching your fitness goals is more of a marathon than it is a sprint. And making it a marathon means that my main focus for my clients is not just to reach their goal but to keep their goal. And doing it quickly often doesn’t allow them to keep it.”

“When I met Hilary, we decided to focus on resistance training, because we wanted to build lean mass and up her metabolism. Her diet was also a huge factor and I wanted to make sure that she was eating the correct amount of macros for the goal that she needed.”

Hilary Duff also does strength training with weights that are heavy enough to do eight to 10 repetitions.

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“After that we would then drop the weight down and do eight reps at a slower rep range. I’ve found it’s the best way to gain lean muscle mass if it’s mixed with a sensible science-based diet.”

In an interview with Women’s Health Hilary Duff said that she did hour-long workout four days a week in her garage. Those included things like lat pull downs followed by single-leg bent over dumbbell downs or tricep push downs with a stability ball skull crusher. She also did 30-second cardio blasts.

“I slept better, I felt better,” she said though she admitted that she has toned down the intensity of her workouts lately.

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