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Hit Man's Adria Arjona in Two-Piece Workout Gear Boxes Outside

She's sparring with a trainer.

Adria Arjona is an actress, who burst onto the scene in Andor and then this spring's Netflix smash, Hit Man. She's also known for her roles in True Detective, Morbius, and 6 Underground. (She was also recently linked to Aquaman star Jason Momoa.) Arjona likes to box to keep herself in shape. Arjona shared a video on her Instagram story of herself sparring with a trainer. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Adria Arjona stays in shape and the photos that prove they work.


She Boxes

Adria Arjona/Instagram

As you could tell from her Instagram story, boxing is one of the ways Arjona stays in shape. She talked about her love of it in an interview with Marie Claire. "I do a lot of running and HIIT workouts [in isolation]. But boxing is usually my go-to. I feel like I expel everything and leave it on the bag."


She Makes Celery Juice

Arjona tells Marie Claire that she likes to make celery juice each morning. "I usually wake up around 8 a.m. if I'm not working. I brush my teeth, then run to the kitchen to start brewing my coffee as I make my celery juice, which takes a certain amount of time. I consider my celery juice and that hour for myself part of my beauty regimen."


She Takes Care Of Her Skin

Arjona makes sure to take care of her skin. She shared her secrets with Marie Claire. "I cleanse my face with Emma Hardie Moringa Cleansing Balm. It smells delicious, like orange, which I love, and removes every single impurity. Then I'll do the rose spray and Armani Crema Nera, followed by the Vintner's Daughter serum. Right now, the sun is so intense in L.A. that I've been over-hydrating, dabbing on more really thin layers of oil on top of that."


She Embraces Her Natural Beauty

Arjona tells Bustle that she's all about embracing her natural beauty. "I personally have gravitated more towards 'less is more' — really embracing my natural skin, just the way I was born. I personally feel more confident that way than hiding behind a lot of makeup. It just doesn't feel like myself. I prefer having less. Sometimes when I put on a little too much makeup, it makes me feel like I'm too much, and it makes me feel uncomfortable. But I think everything that I've learned is that beauty is so personal to the individual, and I think we all have to respect it and embrace it. If you feel beautiful that way, then amen to that. You do look beautiful."


She Ices Her Face


Arjona tells Bustle that she likes to ice her face, especially when she works. "I usually grab a big cube of ice and a cloth. I put it at the bottom and I'll put it on my hand to make sure that there are no sharp edges. Then, I'll just put the ice all over my face. I've seen people do a bowl of ice and then just stick their face in it. I like to go one ice cube at a time. I can contour my face, so I'll maybe concentrate on [my cheekbones] if I want to and focus a lot on the under-eyes for the puffiness… I feel like when I put the products on, they really sink into my skin better. That's another one. I like to put on products when my skin is not completely dry. I don't completely dry my face or my body, for moisture."

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