Jordana Brewster Shares Toned Figure in New Bikini Photo

Jordana Brewster is the latest star to model one of the cotton candy colored bikinis from the Summersault x Sara Foster collection, after Kate Hudson showed one off earlier this week. On Thursday, the Fast & Furious star slipped into a string bikini from the celeb-obsessed brand, revealing her perfectly toned figure. So how does the 40-year-old manage to keep herself fabulously fit? Here are 7 of her best health and wellness tips and tricks, along with the bikini photo from yesterday that proves they work.

Brewster knows the importance of keeping up with her workouts. During a recent interview with Health, she revealed that she had been doing FaceTime workouts with her trainer Harley Pasternak and also making sure to get some sweat sessions in al fresco. “I also go on hikes, which is really nice. I need to get steps in,” she said. “I need to be outside and breathing fresh air. I’m so lucky that I live in L.A., where I can do that, because otherwise I would go absolutely stir-crazy.” She often posts photos of her workouts on Instagram, and they involve a lot of weights, squats, and ab exercises. You can see her lifting weights on Instagram, capturing it “Sunday Funday.”

Brewster reveals that she is inspired by her mother’s work ethic. “I get up at, like, 5:15 a.m. every morning to run. I like treadmills—it hurts my knees too much to run outside. [My mom] is still a member at [a gym]. She’s in her mid-60s, and she works out. So I really got that from her, and I still defer to her,” she told Health.

Brewster looks happy in this Instagram photo from yesterday—”Had to get it on so fast I left the tag on,” she said of her bikini, tagging @sarafoster @summersalt. But she has admitted she hasn’t always had a healthy relationship with her weight. “I am a control freak, so I went through phases where I was obsessed with the number on the scale and I didn’t want to deviate. I was never anorexic, but I was definitely too controlled to be healthy,” she told Health. “Now, I just try to think about modeling good behavior for my kids, who love treats. And, paying attention to if I am full or just eating mindlessly.”