While taking a much needed break from touring, country songstress LeAnn Rimes shared a few snapshots on her Instagram of her recent adventures in a cave.
“Beam me up…,” LeAnn Rimes captions the post that includes snaps of her hanging out in the cave while rocking a gorgeous teal bikini. She also shares hilarious hashtags, including #waitingformyspaceshiptocome #spaceship #thealienshavelanded #lakepowell #lakepowell2021 #toiletbowl
The latest snapshot comes just days after LeAnn Rimes opened up about her mental health struggles during the COVID-19 pandemic. The What I Cannot Change songstress revealed on The Verywell Mind podcast that she has never been off the road longer than 16 months at a time. So, once she was able to return to the stage, the singer felt like she was triggered.
LeAnn Rimes recalls during the interview, “I’m like, on my God, the experience that I’m having right now is so intense. And it was also like, nothing happened. I walked out, it’s like riding a bike, it didn’t feel like there were 16 months in between.”
The country singer further reveals that she recognized when she went out how unhealthy some of the situation was. “I’m like, this is not the normal experience that I’m supposed to be having,” LeAnn Rimes declared. “And I’ve been having this heightened, energetic experience for my whole life.”
LeAnn Rimes Shared Details About Her Boxing Workouts & Health Tips
During a 2010 interview with Shape, LeAnn Rimes opened up about she maintains her physique. “Boxing is one of the best workouts you could possibly do,” the How Do I Live songstress declared. She also explained that while a two-minute workout doesn’t sound like much, you’ll be worn out by the constant moving and throwing punches.
When asked if she works out with her husband, Eddie Cibrian, LeAnn Rimes revealed, “We go to the same gym. Sometimes we take group cycling classes. But when it comes to weight training, we pretty much do our own thing.”
LeAnn Rimes also stated that Cibrian has said her boxing workouts tend to be too hard on him. “And he’s right: I’m serious about my exercise. I don’t just doodle around. I see people at the gym talking on their cell phones. If they think their bodies are really going to change… I mean, you’ve got to put in the effort!”
In regards to how she handles her own inner self-care, LeAnn Rimes noted, “I find writing to be one of the most cathartic things I can do. I get out my feelings on paper, and then I don’t have to carry them around anymore.”
LeAnn Rimes goes on to add that she’ll write a letter filled with things that she wants to say and then, instead of mailing it, she burns or erases it. “I also pray, and I meditate when I can actually shut down my brain. It’s a matter of finding the magic combination of what settles, relaxes, and makes you happy.”