Former Baywatch star Alexandra Daddario is known for bringing it in the fitness department (have you seen her YouTube workout videos? OMG). But she just casually dropped a few pics in her Instagram Stories that show she’s still going hard at the gym.
The pH๏τos are totally casual—they feature Alexandra showing off her tight abs and toned booty from the side, followed by a sH๏τ of the actress in comfy-looking sweats, lifting up her shirt slightly so you can see her abs. But there’s nothing casual about the way the 35-year-old approaches her workouts.
Alexandra previously told Health that when she trained for her role as a lifeguard in Baywatch, she “was doing more aerobic activity and way more weight training, which is something I’ve [since] incorporated into my daily routine.” But, she said, the level she was going at was “not sustainable” unless you’re being paid to do it.
These days, she spends a lot of time doing H๏τ yoga. “They teach mindfulness while getting a great workout,” she says of her go-to studio, Modo Yoga.
But she makes sure to get in gym time, too. Alexandra shared an intense-looking workout on YouTube with her trainer Patrick Murphy, that focused on doing as many reps as possible (a.k.a an AMRAP workout). And yeah, this is no joke.
Alexandra focused on exercises that worked her upper body, legs, glutes, and abs, including lateral raises, reverse lunges, jump squats, push-ups, and stability ball crunches. She did 1o reps of each and worked through the circuit until 20 minutes had pᴀssed—whew!
Alexandra did another YouTube fitness video alongside her Baywatch co-star Zac Efron and even beat him in a sit-up compeтιтion. So, yeah, Alexandra comes to play.
Of course, Alexandra eats well, too. She told Health that her favorite meal is a mix of quinoa, avocado, and chicken breast. “When I’m hungry, I want food, like, now, or else I get very cranky,” she said, noting that it’s really easy to throw this meal together. Other go-tos, she told Delish, including having Sriracha bowls or salmon with broccoli and quinoa.
But Alexandra also makes room in her eating plan for less healthy options. “As long as you’ve taken care of yourself in other ways, I think that it’s important to have balance,” she said.