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Bayley in Two-Piece Workout Gear Got Ready for "Wrestlemania"

She captioned it, “Wrestlemania Week: Part 1.”

Bayley is a very prominent wrestler. She is signed to WWE, and is the longest reigning SmackDown Champion. She is also a Raw Champion and Tag Team Champion. Bayley appeared in WWE's Wrestlemania. She advertised the event and shared highlights on Instagram. She captioned it, "Wrestlemania Week: Part 1." How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Bayley stays in shape and the photos that prove they work.


She Wrestles

Wrestling is naturally, the main way Bayley stays in shape. states, "Wrestling inherently provides a full-body workout that recruits all of your muscle fibers, tendons, and ligaments, enhancing your overall physical condition naturally over time. Regular wrestling training promotes strength, agility, and cardiovascular endurance, making it the best available approach to getting in shape and bolstering your health."


She Weight Trains

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In this video, Bayley took her fans through her fitness journey. She is seen lifting weights in it. According to the Mayo Clinic, weight training has a lot of benefits, including weight loss and preventing osteoporosis. "By stressing your bones, strength training can increase bone density and reduce the risk of osteoporosis. Strength training can help you manage or lose weight, and it can increase your metabolism to help you burn more calories."


She Box Jumps


In her workout video, Bayley is seen doing box jumps. Joho Fitness states that box jumps are a great workout. "In box jump training you work all of your leg muscles and strengthen your core using your own body weight. Box jumps boost your muscular endurance and muscular strength, while also getting some cardiovascular work involved."


She Bikes

In this video she posted on Instagram, Bayley is seen coming back from a bike ride. A Healthier Michigan states that biking has a lot of benefits. "All that work your body is doing by pedaling and balancing not only works muscles in your arms and core, but it counts as serious cardio exercise and burns calories with every spin of the wheels. By biking at a moderate pace, about 12 or 13 miles per hour, a person weighing 155 pounds burns nearly 300 calories in 30 minutes, according to statistics shared by Harvard University. Like to pedal faster? A person of that same weight doing a fast pace of 14 or 15 miles per hour burns more than 370 calories in 30 minutes."


She's Appreciative

Bayley opened up about her wrestling career in an interview with The Tampa Bay Times. She talked about being in WrestleMania, and how happy she says. "I'm just so appreciative to be here. I believe I do deserve to be here because I fought so hard to get here…I would have been happy just to get onto the show, even happier to be in the championship picture, but now I'm going in having to defend my championship where everyone is gunning for me."

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