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Cobra Kai Star Hannah Kepple Shares Swimsuit Photo

Here are her fitness secrets.

Hannah Kepple is best known for her role as Moon on the Karate Kid spinoff, Cobra Kai. Over the summer, she's been spending a lot of time at the beach, and sharing a bunch of highlights on Instagram. Kepple shared a photo for her sister's birthday this week. In it, the two lounged on a boat in swimsuits. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Hannah Kepple stays in shape and the photos that prove they work.


She Eats Strawberries

Kepple makes sure to eat a healthy diet. In the first photo in this series she posted on Instagram, she is shown eating strawberries. According to The Cleveland Clinic, strawberries are a very healthy food. "Strawberries are loaded with vitamin C. Eight medium strawberries contain 160% of your daily recommended amount — the amount that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recommends you eat every day. That's more vitamin C than you get from an orange, the fruit famous for its vitamin C."


She Plays With Her Dog

Kepple has an adorable dog who she prominently features on Instagram. She shared this photo of her dog running down a hill. Playing with dogs has a lot of benefits. Harvard Health states, "Ongoing research is showing that the health benefits of owning a dog are undeniable. Dog owners have lower blood pressure and healthier cholesterol levels, and a lower risk of heart disease, than non-owners."


She Hikes

Kepple loves to go hiking. She shares a lot of posts on Instagram of herself going on walks and hikes. In this photo series, she and a friend are seen walking in a field. The National Parks Service states that hiking has a lot of benefits. "Hiking is one of the best ways to get exercise. No matter what type of trail you find yourself on, hiking is a great whole-body workout—from head to toe and everything in between. Check out all of these physical benefits of hiking: Building stronger muscles and bones. Improving your sense of balance. Improving your heart health. Decreasing the risk of certain respiratory problems."


She Speaks Out

Kepple likes to speak out about different causes. Her Instagram is full of informative posts. She shared this photo of the National Sexual Assault Hotline for RAINN. Close to the 2020 Presidential Election, Kepple shared these resources informing people how to vote. Kepple also shared this post educating people about the racism in the criminal justice system. 


She Loves the Sun

"While being outside is not a guarantee of being active, spending time outdoors is associated with more activity than indoor living. Activities such as strolling through the park, swimming at the beach, gardening, and bike riding increase the heart rate and get the body moving. Children, in particular, are more likely to get exercise outdoors than indoors. Studies have shown that American children spend over six hours per day with electronic media and that time is largely spent sitting down. When outside, researchers found that children are doubly active," says NFCR.

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