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Game of Thrones Star Sophie Turner Stuns in Swimsuit Photo From Vacation

Here’s how she stays in shape.

Sophie Turner is an extremely successful actress. She is best known for her role as Sansa Stark on Game of Thrones. She also plays Jean Grey in the X-Men films. Turner and her friends recently enjoyed a vacation together. They decided to go on a ski trip to the mountains. She shared some photos from the trip on her Instagram. Turner captioned the post, "Jagerbomb anyone?" How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Sophie Turner stays in shape and the photos that prove they work.


She Takes Care Of Her Hair

Turner's hair has gone through a lot of coloring. She has alternated it from blonde to red over the years. She shared how she keeps her hair healthy in an interview with Marie Claire. "For upkeep, I use the Wella Invigo Brilliance shampoo, conditioner, and their amazing mask, which keeps my hair really hydrated, shiny, healthy. I use it once a week, and it's a lifesaver. I also love the Invigo Brilliance Miracle BB Spray—it has lime caviar in it, which gives my hair this crazy shine."


She Takes Care Of Her Skin

Sophie Turner/Instagram

Turner has amazing skin, and she makes sure to take care of it. She shared her secrets in her Marie Claire interview. "For my skin, I drink a lot of water and try not to get stressed, which is mainly how I get breakouts," Turner shares. "I also love using this bubbly face mask that foams up on your face and dissolves—it's so fun. I always put on these under-eye patches that help me look less tired, because I'm constantly tired."


She Boxes


Turner revealed her favorite workouts in an interview with W Magazine. "Any high-intensity cardio, but boxing is my favorite. I go to Rumble in N.Y.C., Unbreakable in L.A." According to The Cleveland Clinic, boxing has a lot of benefits. "The calories you burn during boxing can help you maintain or achieve a healthy weight. One study compared boxing training versus moderate-intensity walking in people with a body mass index (BMI) of greater than 25 (which is considered having overweight/obesity). The researchers noted reductions in BMI, waist circumference and body fat percentage in the boxing group, while the walking group showed no changes."


She Got Therapy

In an interview with The Sunday Times, Turner opened up about dealing with body shaming comments while working on Game of Thrones. She says that she had an eating disorder, and eventually had to go to therapy. "Being in the age of social media when that's happening, I think I would be a much saner person if I hadn't been documented from 13 — your most awkward, uncomfortable, unsure-of-yourself years. I stopped having my period for a year — that's when I decided to have therapy."


She Avoids Social Media

Turner tells ELLE that she is limiting her time on social media. "I have noticed that social media makes me incredibly anxious and it's something I try to distance myself from," she says. "Having it off my phone has been so helpful. Now, if I do have to go on it, it's for a few minutes once or twice a week, rather than hours every day. It's made such a difference. Live real life – it's much more fun."

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