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Isabella Castillo in Bathing Suit Says "Buenos Días Puerto Rico"

Here’s how she stays in shape.

Isabella Castillo is spending time in sunny PR. And she's making sure to hit the local beaches. Castillo shared a new set of photos on her Instagram. Castillo wore a yellow bathing suit, showing off her figure. She captioned the post, "Buenos Días Puerto Rico." How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Isabella Castillo stays in shape and the photos that prove they work.


She Dances

Castillo likes to dance to stay in shape. She shared this video on Instagram of herself and a friend dancing at the gym. Castillo captioned the post, "This is the proper way to go to the gym." Prudential reports, "The movements associated with dance can increase flexibility and reduce stiffness. Don't over-exert yourself though – even the simple stretches associated with dancing can help ease joint pain and any soreness from other more strenuous exercises."


She Horseback Rides

Castillo is an avid horseback rider. She shares a lot of photos and videos on Instagram of herself riding and spending time with horses. Castillo even did some riding for one of her projects. She shared this video on Instagram of herself and friends riding on a trail. Horseback riding has a lot of benefits. The American Heart Association reports, "Sitting tall, pushing your legs into the body of your horse ignites the core muscles, which are imperative for balance and posture."


She Hikes

Castillo spends a lot of time outside. She likes to do a lot of hiking to stay in shape. Castillo posts a lot of photos on Instagram of herself on hikes. She shared this set of photos of herself hiking in the mountains of The Old Man of Storr. Castillo captioned it, "Life's a climb." She also shared these photos of herself hiking in Dunscaith Castle.


She Swims

Another outdoor activity Castillo likes to do is go swimming. She shared this underwater photo on Instagram of herself swimming in a pool. Castillo captioned it, "I wish I was a fish." The Mayo Clinic reports that spending time in water has a lot of benefits. "When you're submerged in water, your circulation may increase, improving your cardiovascular health. The pressure of the water on your body can reduce swelling if you have painful injuries. Water offers resistance, which strengthens your muscles as you push against it."


She's Brave

Castillo makes sure to be brave. She shared this post on Instagram, where she talked about this in the caption. Castillo wrote, "Be brave because the world is so difficult, Be Brave because you have to protect what you love, be brave because the life is one, be brave because when you loose someone is so painful, be brave because yourself is tired, be brave because the night is sometimes too long, be brave because the people never understand you, be brave because your future is just coming, be brave because now you have to be."

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