Ashley Tisdale in swimsuit is “so grateful” — Celebwell


Ashley Tisdale took a well-deserved mommy getaway with some of her famous friends over the weekend! The musical high school alum enjoyed a child-free getaway with celebrity friends including Meghan Trainor and Hilary Duff at the Rancho Valencia Resort & Spa, showing off her fabulous figure in a swimsuit. “Moms weekend! I love being around these ladies. What an incredible group of women to go through this motherhood together! So grateful for this trip,” she captioned the series of snaps. How did the mother-of-one find herself in the best shape of her life after welcoming her first child? Read on to see 5 ways Ashley Tisdale 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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Ashley has revealed that walking was the workout that made her feel like herself again after welcoming her first child. “Coming back with my trainer @harleypasternak changed my body tremendously and honestly it’s about putting your steps into it,” she said in an Instagram story. “His method isn’t hard and my body doesn’t feel like I tortured him. I can’t believe what my body has been through over the past year and a half. I’m so grateful for it and honestly can’t believe how strong I feel.” Wearing a Fitbit, she’s aiming for 14,000 steps a day. “All I do is walk lol but it’s is effective,” she said. “I’m just sharing this because after months of hard work and trying everything, these little changes over the past three weeks are what have done the most. “, she continued. “It’s the difference of how I feel. It’s about moving, finding ways to walk. Taking the dogs out with the baby for a walk, having meetings while walking rather than sitting.” She also claims it’s good for her mental health. “That’s honestly what’s helped my mental health as well.” , she added, “the extra energy from anxiety, just going for a walk and doing a walking meditation always makes me feel better.”

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Tisdale, who has “borderline thyroid disease,” adds that low-impact workouts are improving his condition, in addition to diet. “I eliminate gluten (sometimes 😛), dairy and do everything I can to not have to rely on meds, but a lot of it doesn’t stress the body and even though the workout is great , the different methods can create more stress and do more damage,” she said. “So using @harleypasternak the technique helps me to achieve my goals but not to overwork myself.”

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In addition to training with Pasternak, Ashley also stays in shape through a variety of other workouts. “I’ve been working hard. Whether it’s hiking, Pilates, riding on my peloton,” she wrote on French.

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She also revealed on French this diet is a big part of the equation. “Although I haven’t mastered his recipes yet, I can’t wait to dive deeper into them. He always says, ‘you can’t avoid a bad diet,’ and I try to live with that too. ” she said of Pasternak’s plan. “In the past, I practiced yo-yo dieting which was unsustainable instead of focusing on lifestyle changes. It’s ultimately the opposite of Harley’s methods. He stresses the importance of fueling the body with food rather than depriving it of certain foods All I’m saying is that while it’s easy to want quick results from your diet and exercise program, It’s not a healthy state of mind. It’s not a race, it’s a way of life, so I’m sure the more I do it, the better I’ll get at it.”


“Skin has never looked better,” Ashley said in an Instagram video. “I’d love to say these are just the products I use, but I’ve been dairy free for 5 years and I swear it’s changed everything with my skin. I barely broke out,” said she added. “I know it’s hard to give up on something, but when you do, after a while you hardly feel like it and I feel healthier.”


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