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Amanda Pacheco in Workout Gear Says "We Served"

Pacheco captioned the post, “We served.”

Director, Amanda Pacheco, recently enjoyed time on the tennis court with friends. And she shared some photos from the day on Instagram. In them, they posed on the court with rackets and wore workout gear. Pacheco captioned the post, "We served." How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Amanda Pacheco stays in shape and the photos that prove they work.


She Swims

Pacheco loves to swim to stay in shape. She shared these underwater photos of herself swimming with sharks in Hawaii. According to The Mayo Clinic, swimming has a lot of benefits. "Exercise in an aquatic environment offers numerous options and techniques for almost all levels of physical ability. Exercise can be as basic as walking in the water to more high-level aerobic activities, such as deep-water running or swimming. Standing exercises often are performed in water that is waist to chest deep. These exercises can focus on improving range of motion/flexibility, balance and strength. Resistance training can be amped up by simply increasing the speed of movement or adding equipment, such as mitts, paddles, noodles or bands, to increase drag."


She's Committed

Pacheco and her partner, Wilmer Valderama, make exercise a priority. She talked about this in the caption of this Instagram post. "Wilmer and I were very intentional about starting a family, so at the beginning of the year we decided to get into the best shape of our lives, we started off by going HAM in the gym! This was #myhouraday exactly ONE YEAR AGO TODAY! Excited to get back in the gym with @jordanfperform and @wilmervalderrama."


She Strength Trains

Amanda Pacheco/Instagram

In her previous Instagram post, Pacheco is seen doing different workouts. She is seen using a weighted ball and dumbbells. According to the Mayo Clinic, strength training has a lot of benefits. "Strength training may enhance your quality of life and improve your ability to do everyday activities. Strength training can also protect your joints from injury. Building muscle also can contribute to better balance and may reduce your risk of falls. This can help you maintain independence as you age. Strength training can reduce the signs and symptoms of many chronic conditions, such as arthritis, back pain, obesity, heart disease, depression and diabetes."


She Does Planks

Amanda Pacheco/Instagram

In her previous Instagram post, Pacheco is seen doing a plank exercise. Exercise physiologist, Katie Lawton, MED, tells The Cleveland Clinic that planks have a lot of benefits. "We need to keep our spine straight to do these exercises. Planking provides you with better core strength to be able to brace during these movements."


She Does Squats

Pacheco loves to do squats. In her previous Instagram post, she is seen doing squats and lunge squats. Allina Health states that squats have a lot of benefits. "The squat is one of the all-around best exercises to do for your lower body. It strengthens and tones muscles in your thighs, butt and calves and improves posture, balance, flexibility and inner core strength. Squatting also improves bone mineral density to keep your bones strong. Include squats in your exercise routine two to three days a week to reap the benefits from this dynamite move."

Anna Bechtel
Anna Bechtel is a freelance writer currently based in Hamden, CT. Read more
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