Aly Raisman In Bathing Suit Stuns By A Giant Leaf

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Olympic gymnast Aly Raisman is stunning in swimwear while showing off her collab with popular clothing retailer Aerie. The former Fierce Five member put her athlete figure on show in Instagram photos to promote the designs, and one image has been turning heads.

Read on to learn about the activities that help her stay in shape, as well as the photographs that prove they work—and don't forget to check out the 30 Top Celebrity Swimsuit Moments to become beach-ready too!

She Values Bedtime Routines

Aly sizzled in a skintight and blue patterned bathing suit while posing by a giant leaf. The Gold Medal winner showed off her toned shoulders and arms, plus her slim waist in the low-key flaunt, and fan accounts have been quick to document the snap.

Aly knows to value rest, particularly with her busy lifestyle. "I've been taking the last year or so to really try to get to know myself outside of being the gymnast and just focusing on who I am. I would say one of the first things I do to wind down is dim the lights and just make sure it's not too bright. I also will wear, oftentimes, blue light-blocking glasses if I'm watching TV or even if I'm on my phone. But I just find not having a super bright room just helps me feel more relaxed," the brunette told Self.

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She Handles Her Anxiety

Aly is open with her mental health and has documented her recovery from anxiety and depression.

"I have found that anxiety, or just overthinking things—which can also be anxiety for me—is so draining and so exhausting physically too. It's really important for me to do something, whether it's stretching or a type of meditation, to help me sleep better at night. If I have time during the day, even lying down for 10 minutes—even if that's all that I have, and I'm somewhere I don't have a bed, I'll literally lie on the floor," the star has shared.

She Doesn't Give Into Guilt

Aly knows that blaming herself is a downward spiral. "I would try to help my younger Self not feel guilty for feeling tired or feeling like I needed to rest. I would tell myself to listen to my body more and give myself what I needed," she also told Self.

She Works Out Regularly

Aly adores Pilates, yoga, and outdoor walks. The Mayo Clinic recommends: "Get at least 150 minutes of moderate aerobic activity or 75 minutes of vigorous aerobic activity a week, or an equal combination of moderate and vigorous aerobic activity."

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