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Holly Sonders in Workout Gear is "Wow"

She shared a video on Instagram highlighting her workout business.

Holly Sonders is a reporter and fitness influencer. She shares a lot of stunning posts on Instagram. Last month, she shared a video of herself playing golf. Sonders captioned the post, "Happy Masters week." In November, she shared a video on Instagram highlighting her workout business. In it, she's seen doing leg and ab workouts. "Wow," said one fan. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Holly Sonders stays in shape and the photos that prove they work.


She Works Her Abs

In her Instagram video, Sonders is seen working her abs. She talked about this in an interview with Golf Digest. "Sitting down, I'm shorter than anyone. Then we stand up, and I'm taller than anybody. I don't want to do crunches or anything that makes me shorter, but I do 500 ab exercises three times a week, usually standing up. Lengthening while strengthening."


She Works With A Trainer


In her Golf Digest interview, Sonders revealed that she works with a trainer. ACE Fitness states that personal trainers can help you avoid injury. "If you are new to exercise or find that some movements are painful, it is worth hiring a trainer to be certain that you are moving in a safe and effective way. Taking the time to learn proper exercise technique can improve your results and prevent annoying injuries."


She Does Squats

In her Golf Digest interview, Sonders revealed that she loves to do squats to stay in shape. Piedmont states that squats are a great exercise. "Squats are a compound, multi-joint movement, which means they exercise several muscle groups. When you perform a squat, you work your calves, quads, hamstrings, glutes, core and part of your back."


She Left A Job

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Sonders talked about why she decided to leave FOX in an interview. "I was just dying inside most of the time, to being told what to say, what to do, how to act, and so it's, there's something to be said for being free whether other people like it or not. At the end of Fox, it was just, after 10 years of being scripted, and told what to say, and to cut my hair, and to wear baggy clothing and to wear a polo, I'd had enough."


She Golfs

Golf is one of the ways Sonders stays in shape. Keiser University states that golf can improve muscle strength. "The golf swing is a complex movement that engages multiple muscle groups. The rotation of the torso, the extension of the arms, and the stability of the legs all contribute to toning and strengthening various muscles throughout the body. Golfers develop strength in their core, arms, shoulders, and legs, resulting in improved posture and reduced risk of injuries. Regularly playing golf can lead to increased muscle tone and endurance, enhancing your physical fitness."

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