Adamari López in Bathing Suit Has “Fun for Everyone” — Celebwell
Adamari López, the host of Hoy Día and former soap opera actress, took a break from her busy schedule to visit the Nickelodeon Hotels & Resorts Riviera Maya, a getaway that includes a water park and appearances by SpongeBob SquarePants and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. It’s “fun for everyone,” she captioned photos of herself in a swimsuit. How does she stay so fit while keeping so busy? Read on to see 5 ways Adamari López 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!
López lost weight on WW, formerly Weight Watchers. “After trying so hard – because it is one thing to want to do it and another is to be able to do it. I joined WW because I was looking to have a healthy lifestyle and something that would make me achieve it,” López told Hola. “It is a very personal decision. Besides wanting it, you have to work for that because the results do not come alone if you are not faithful to the process.” She added: “The sessions with my WW coach help me a lot to stay motivated and focused, and I have already lost more than 20 pounds.”
Adamari has done yoga on Noticia, with Miami-based yoga instructor Zarid Urbina. Here’s a great new tip from him: “When placing your hands to support your body make sure to spread the fingers wide and press from all four corners of the hand. Using the fingers tips to grip or claw creates more engagement and control in your poses. Our hands are tools. Use them wisely to create a better and more loving world. (Cuando usemos las manos, acordémonos de extender los dedos y presionar las manos firmes. Presionando la yema de los dedos ayuda a crear más estabilidad y control en la pose. Usemos nuestras manos como herramientas para crear un mundo mejor.)”
“Exercising, eating better, and spending time with nature are things that help me stay healthy. They are things that help me to be in good spirits and have a healthy body and mind. Laughing a lot, distracting myself with things that I like, and adding more water, fruits, and vegetables to my diet, as well as eliminating greasy foods, have helped, too,” she told Medline.
“The quarantine also gave me the opportunity to dedicate time to myself, do my exercises and prioritize that in my life,” she told Hola. “When my girl started taking classes from home, I started to schedule exercises, and at first I lost between seven and ten pounds, and I was excited,” she said.
A breast cancer survivor herself, López fights for a cure. “I was 33 years old when I was diagnosed with breast cancer. It was at an excellent time in my career. I was in Mexico filming telenovelas and had just gotten engaged to my partner. One day I felt a little lump in one of my breasts. It surprised me. I went to the doctor. He thought that maybe it was just a normal occurrence during my period. He told me if the lump didn’t go away, I should get an ultrasound. Days later, I felt a sudden pain. They found that I had a mass in my breast,” she told Medline.