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Angelique Kerber in Workout Gear is "Happy to be Back"

"Happy to be back in my ‘home office’."

Angelique Kerber is a successful tennis player. She is currently playing at the Boutique Tennis Experience. Kerber shared a set of photos on Instagram of herself on the court. She captioned the post, "Happy to be back in my 'home office' @badhomburgopen 🤗 🎾 So nice to see everyone again and proud of my team that has worked so hard to make it a #BoutiqueTennisExperience." How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Angelique Kerber stays in shape and the photos that prove they work.


She Plays Tennis

Kerber enjoys a lot of health benefits from tennis. The Columbia Association states, "Whatever your age or level of athleticism, tennis is an excellent full-body workout that releases feel-good endorphins to help you relax and relieve tension. Its low-impact nature also means your joints and bones will thank you.  Because tennis includes short bursts of activity, it offers the same conditioning benefits of interval training, which has an unparalleled positive effect on the heart and lungs, slashing your risk of heart disease by 56% (!). Just an hour of play burns between 400 to 600 calories."

Another workout Kerber likes to do is going bike riding. She shared these photos on Instagram of herself riding in the woods and on the streets. Kerber captioned the post, "Mixing up my training routine with a bike ride in nature. In the beginning of my career, endurance training was a huge 'dislike' for me. And now these sessions are the ones I (almost) look most forward to. 😅"


She Hikes

Kerber spends a lot of time outside. One thing she likes to do is to go for hikes. She shared this photo on Instagram of herself hiking in the mountains. Kerber captioned the post, "Best summer days are spent in nature." Piedmont states that hiking has a lot of benefits. "Going up and down hills gets the heart pumping, creating a great cardio workout. Like most cardio exercises, hiking helps reduce your risk of heart disease, stroke, high blood pressure, high cholesterol and even some cancers."


She Combines Strength Training & Mobility

Kerber likes to combine workouts. She likes to strength train and do mobility workouts to stay in shape. She talked about this in the caption of this Instagram post. "Good morning 🧘‍♀️🥰 Obviously my training routine has changed quite a bit, but I continue with my mobility & strength workouts. I feel so much better with an active start to the day."

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