Paulina Gretzky in Bathing Suit Says “Just Chicks” — Celebwell

Paulina Gretzky is hanging out with “chicks” in her swimsuit. Wayne Gretzky’s daughter looks pretty in pink in one of her latest social media posts, wearing a pink bathing suit while riding around in a matching Jeep while vacationing in the tropics. “𝙹𝚞𝚜𝚝 𝙲𝚑𝚒𝚌𝚔𝚜,” she captioned the series of snaps, which included one of two ducklings in the backseat of the car. How does the mother of two maintain her fabulous physique? Read on to see 5 of Paulina Gretzky’s top diet and fitness tips for staying 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!

While Paulina confesses that her amazing figure is mostly due to being “blessed with incredible genes,” she also focuses on her eating and exercise habits. “But it’s really 70-percent diet and 30-percent working out,” she told Golf Digest.

“It’s all about fitting in some exercise wherever you are,” says Paulina, who mixes up her workouts. “I used to run every day, and I absolutely loved it. It was like meditation for me. I also loved kickboxing. What really kept me in great shape was dancing. Lately, I’ve been constantly on the go, so I don’t get to run much anymore. Now I’m doing workout videos every day. If you don’t want to go to the gym and would rather work out alone, all you have to do is find a workout on YouTube,” she told Golf Digest.

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Paulina eats healthy – most of the time. “It’s as simple as Everything in Moderation. I’ll eat pizza and cheeseburgers, but I won’t do it every day,” she told Golf Digest.

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Paulina’s husband, golfer Dustin Johnson, taught her to never forget to stretch. “Stretching is one of Dustin’s main things. People tend to forget about stretching and underestimate how important it is when working out. For men and for women,” she told Golf Digest. 

Paulina is a fan of the workout buddy system, regularly hitting the gym with Dustin. Not only does having a partner with similar goals help you stay accountable but even makes a great date activity. “A study from Michigan State University, for one, found that doing aerobic exercise with a partner motivated subjects to work harder and longer, compared with those working out alone, thus improving overall fitness results. The boost held even when the friend who was motivating someone to hold a plank for 24 percent longer was a virtual partner,” says AARP.