Jane Seymour's latest Instagram swimsuit pic left fans stunned. The 71-year-old actress looks fantastic in a one-piece swimsuit alongside the caption, "Feeling the fuchsia vibes today! Sometimes you've just got to throw on some colour! What do you think?"
Uh, we believe you look fantastic, Jane. That's what we think.
Seymour is lean and toned and looking better than ever. She rang in the summer season on June 1 with her first Insta swimsuit post wearing a red one-piece in Malibu. And yeah, she looked great then too.
We've scoured resources to find what Seymour does to remain fit all year long, and here's what we found. Read on, and for more on how to eat healthy, don't miss Eating Habits to Lose Abdominal Fat As You Age, Say Dietitians.
Jane practices isometrics.
Isometrics is a type of exercise that involves the contraction of muscles without movement for long periods. This strengthens the muscles and supports endurance without straining or causing damage. Medical News Today says that isometric exercises activate multiple muscle fibers simultaneously and may reduce back pain.
In a previous interview with Lifetime, she said, "With isometrics, you're isolating and engaging the stomach muscles to strengthen them. It has given me really strong stomach muscles, and I have a longer, leaner look than before."
She practices gyrotonics.
The British actress took to Instagram in a video clip to document her wellness journey, captioning, "Back in the gym after all my travels!" The video revealed the 71-year-old actress working out her abs, hips, and spine using the Gyrotonic Method. This system of exercises incorporates movements of yoga, pilates, gymnastics, swimming, dance, and t'ai chi. Phew!
Seymour's trainer, Jeeny Miller, posted an Insta video clip of the actress' workout. The caption read, "The beauty of Gyrotonic is that strength, flexibility, and longevity come from slow, 3 dimensional, and controlled movements. This is beauty in motion."
Wow! It's no wonder the award-winning actress looks so lean!
She also does pilates.
According to Hello Magazine, Seymour has been practicing Pilates for 30 years. Pilates focuses on improving strength and flexibility while focusing on the core and possibly improving joint health. Women's Health Magazine reported that Seymour practices Pilates and "The Perfect Workout," which consists of slow weight resistance. She says she does the exercise to fatigue until her body begins shaking. Gyrotonics introduces a form of Pilates within its method as well.
She grows her own vegetables.
In an interview with CNN, Seymour was asked how she keeps herself in shape. The actress responded by saying she tries to eat as healthy as possible by growing her own organic vegetables in her backyard. She adds that she raises chickens, so fresh, organic eggs are an everyday meal.
Seymour also told Women's Health Magazine that she eats a diet high in protein and fiber, consisting of mainly chicken and veggies.
She's comfortable in her own skin.
The Live and Let Die actress posed for Playboy at age 67 and said in an interview with the magazine, "I feel much sexier now than I ever did when I was younger…I'm comfortable in my own skin." She added, "I'm not trying to prove anything to anyone. When you're younger, it's all about 'look at me.' I'm not trying to get anyone to look at me."
She said to Hello Magazine, "My intention is to age as gracefully as I can." By the looks of it, she's doing just fine. On a side note, Seymour proudly mentions that she doesn't use wrinkle fillers of any kind.