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Fanny Stollár in Workout Gear Gets "Back To Business"

"Might need to get some tan going as well don't you think?"

Hungarian tennis champion Fanny Stollár's career takes her all around the world—and most recently, she got to visit India. Stollár, 25, shared a picture of herself wearing blue shorts and a matching crop top, glowing in the sunshine as she posed near a tennis court. "Hello India🇮🇳 Back to business! Might need to get some tan going as well don't you think?🤪☀️"she captioned the post. Here's how the athlete stays strong, fit, and full of energy.


Tennis, Of Course

Stollár's tennis training is a full-time workout regimen in itself. "Tennis is a full-body workout," nutritionist Dr. Rohini Patil tells GQ India. "As you sprint around the tennis court, you work your leg muscles. Your core is working as you maintain your balance while chasing the ball. Participating in this sport can help you improve your balance, flexibility, coordination, and agility," adds nutritionist Dr Rohini Patil.


Sled Workouts

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Stollár uses a weighted sled to build her strength and get some low-impact yet intense cardio. "More and more, you can find sleds in commercial gym settings, but you'll mostly find them in a lot of CrossFit facilities, specialty gyms and studios, or athletic training facilities, where there is either grass or AstroTurf," Noam Tamir, C.S.C.S. tells Runner's World. "It's great for runners as it helps strengthen the upper body and posterior chain."


Kettlebells At the Gym


Stollár uses weights at the gym, both barbells and dumbbells. The CDC recommends adults do strength training at least twice a week and 150 minutes of aerobics a week. "Weight-bearing exercises include things like climbing stairs, playing tennis and hiking," according to UMMS. "Lifting weights and bodyweight exercises are always great ways to build bone strength."


Hiking Workouts

Stollár loves to hike, especially when she's in sunny Los Angeles. "When you're dressed for success, hiking is a great total-body workout," Michael Bednarz, DPM, FACFAS, tells Piedmont Healthcare. "It strengthens the large muscles in your body, while stimulating the feel-good chemical hormones of adrenaline and endorphins that boost your mood and energy levels… If you have any type of hypertension or heart disease, be sure to consult your doctor before hiking. Even if you are healthy, climbing vertically can be a whole new ballgame. You use very different muscles than you do on flat surfaces, so be sure to stretch and listen to your body's limits."


Avocado Toast

Avocado toast with pomegranate is one of Stollár's go-to healthy snacks. Avocados are a great source of healthy fats, experts say. "They're packed with good fats and fiber, which means they help you stay full longer," registered dietitian and certified diabetes educator Charlotte Roberts tells Cedars-Sinai. "They're also a great source of vitamins."

Ferozan Mast
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