Ferne McCann, model, presenter and TV personality, enjoys a day at the beach. She makes sure to get great Instagram photos for everyone. In her final post, McCann posed outside the bar. She wore a pink swirl-patterned swimsuit and an olive green shawl. She captioned the photo, “Yamas.” (It means “restraint” in Sanskrit.) How does she stay in shape? Read on to see 5 ways Ferne McCann stays fit and the photos that prove they work — and to get beach-ready, don’t miss these essentials 30 Best Celebrity Swimsuit Photos!
McCann is all about body positivity and accepting herself. She’s also not afraid to call out the bodyshamers. In 2016, after people commented on an outfit she wore on vacation, McCann responded to Snapchat. “I understand it’s not the best angle, I understand there’s probably a bit of cellulite, but I can’t help it. I’m strong, I’m defiant, I’m not going to let these people get off me.”
McCann stays in shape by doing lots of different sports. She revealed to the Daily Star that she enjoys doing lots of different sports activities. “I’m on a netball team and I’ve never let them down. I also had a badminton game that night and I’m training for the half marathon.”
McCann is a big fan of strength training as a way to stay in shape. she posted this video on Instagram of herself doing squats with a barbell. McCann captioned the video, “Starting my Monday with overhead squats. I have a goal and I’ll get there. I’ve NEVER been out of shape. I’ve always started and stopped. This time, nothing is going to stop me.”
When it comes to McCann’s diet, it’s all about balance. McCann spoke about his approach to the Belfast Telegraph. “For me, it’s about making healthy choices, not starving or depriving yourself every day. I try to make healthy choices, but it’s not like I completely cut out the carbs, booze, or Chinese takeaways, because those are things I love.”
McCann revealed some of her wellness secrets in an interview with To express. She says she makes sure she gets enough sleep every night. “I aim to be in bed by 11 p.m. and listen to a sleep meditation,” she said. “My alarm goes off at 6am.” “Establish a calm and relaxing bedtime routine. For example, drink a cup of caffeine-free tea, take a hot shower, or listen to soft music. Avoid prolonged use of electronic devices with screens, such as laptops, smartphones and e-books before bedtime,” says the Mayo Clinic. “Relax your body. Gentle yoga or progressive muscle relaxation can ease tension and help tight muscles relax.”