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Jena Sims Koepka in Two-Piece Workout Gear Shares "Core Workout"

“Cove + Core + Pulling."

Jena Sims Koepka is working on her core – in her exercise clothes. In a new social media post the golf wife shows off her strength and amazing body during an exercise circuit. "Cove + Core + Pulling," she captioned the Instagram video, demonstrating every move in the video. How does she approach diet, fitness, and self-care and what is her core workout? Here is everything you need to know about her lifestyle habits. 

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F45 Workouts

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Jena is a fan of a popular workout method. "My favorite type of workout is F45," she told FOX. "It's just a 45-minute class. And I think I like it so much because they play amazing music and it's so loud."

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Weight Lifting

"I'm not a calm, soothing Pilates, yoga princess. I'm like, 'Scream at me.' I want to be dripping sweat," continued Sims. "I want loud music, heavy weights. For my body type, I like to lift weights because I don't need to do a lot of cardio. I find that lifting weights has been the most beneficial," she told Fox. "I've been working on just upping my weights a little bit," she added to Daily Mail. "I can get into this sweet spot and get kind of in a plateau of working out, so I upped my weights after seeing her video because I was so impressed by what she did with her fitness. I'm trying to lift heavier. Trying to build a booty."

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Clean Eating

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To get in shape for her Sports Illustrated photoshoot, Jena didn't diet, " all I'm doing is just eating as clean as I can, but I'm still splurging," she told Daily Mail. "Like, I had four dinner rolls last night at this charity event as well as my meal."

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Pure Barre

Jena also likes to "mix it up" when it comes to exercise. She loves Pure Barre classes, a fusion of yoga, Pilates, and ballet and a "full body, low impact workout" for everybody, according to the brand. 

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Here is Her Core Workout

Here is her latest workout, "such a good series to work the pull muscles and the ABS," she says. 

  1. roll up w/ leg extended
  2. tailbone raises w/ ball between ankles and arms overhead
  3. plank rows
  4. assisted band pull ups
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