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At 53, Toni Braxton's Abs And Booty Sizzle In An Itty Bitty Orange Bikini

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  • Toni Braxton posted an Instagram Reel of herself emerging from a pool wearing a red bikini, showing off her toned midsection and legs.

  • Since being diagnosed with lupus in 2008, the singer has had to be gentler to her body when it comes to working out, but she's still found a combination of diet and exercise that work for her.

  • The Braxton Family Values star is pescatarian and loves Orangetheory Fitness workouts.

Toni Braxton is coming in hot hot hot this summer. The Braxton Family Values star and singer posted an Instagram Reel of herself emerging from a pool wearing a red bikini, showing off her toned midsection and legs.

She captioned her post simply: "Monday Splash 馃挦"

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It's the latest in her swimsuit-centric summer. Last month, she showed off her assets in a thong bikini. "On set but ready for the long weekend," she captioned the post.

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Since being diagnosed with lupus in 2008, Toni has had to be gentler to her body when it comes to working out, but she's still found a combination of diet and exercise that work for her. She always makes sure to listen to her body while working out.

"I love Orangetheory Fitness, but I have to be careful. If I am fatigued, I take it easy," she told Prevention in 2020. Previously, she worked out every day and used a treadmill for cardio.

"I鈥檓 becoming plant-based. I鈥檓 in the process," she said. The singer weaned herself off of meat and became a pescatarian. "But I鈥檓 going fully plant-based. It鈥檚 making me feel better, so there is some truth it," she says, adding that her blood work has improved and she has more energy. "But I do miss a good burger!"

She's looking at her plant-based diet as an opportunity to get more creative in the kitchen, as she's a seasoned home cook. "I can pretty much cook anything, especially if I have a big recipe. I can make it my own," she told Healthy Living magazine. "I try to eat heart-healthy. I should say illness-healthy. I have lupus, so I know cinnamon and good anti-inflammatory things and things like that...I could talk about cooking all day long."

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