Cynthia Addai-Robinson is clinking glasses and celebrating in her swimsuit. The Rings of Power star shared some behind the scenes photos from another one of her latest projects, including one of herself along with her costars, showing off her gorgeous figure in a swimsuit. “Get ready to raise a toast! 🥂 Here’s your first look at The People We Hate At The Wedding, premiering November 18th on @primevideo,” she captioned the series of snaps. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Cynthia Addai-Robinson 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!
Before landing a role in Spartacus, Cynthia’s go-to workouts were more low-impact, like Pilates and yoga. However, she had to get a little more hard core to get into character. “I wasn’t aware of the level of physicality it was going to get to,” she told Women’s Health. “I had to catch up to my own character. She is a fierce rebel fighter, and I had to believably portray that.”
Cynthia focuses on building strength over skinny. For example, when she is exercising, she puts more focus on form than lifting heavy weights. “Thanks to workouts like yoga, I’m very aware of what feels right and what doesn’t,” she told Women’s Health.
While Cynthia likes to work out with others, she avoids comparing herself to them. “I’ve never trained with people at this level of fitness,” she told Women’s Health. “I’ve found that it’s best not to get too caught up in comparisons. At the end of the day, the competition is with yourself.”
Cynthia understands the importance of rest. “I make a point not to overextend myself,” she told Women’s Health. “If I fight for several hours on set, that’s my workout for the day.”
Cynthia also revealed to Women’s Health that she loves hiking. “Climb every mountain,” she captioned this post. “Hiking is one of the best ways to get exercise. No matter what type of trail you find yourself on, hiking is a great whole-body workout—from head to toe and everything in between,” says the National Parks Service.