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Jenn Tran in Two-Piece Enjoys "Life Outside the Mansion"

She wore a green swimsuit, looking stunning.

Jenn Tran first made waves as a contestant on the most recent season of The Bachelor. She is also the lead for the upcoming season of The Bachelorette. Tran is the first Asian lead in the franchise. In March, she shared a set of photos on Instagram of herself by the pool. She wore a green swimsuit, looking stunning. She captioned the post, "Life outside the mansion is pretty sweet." How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Jenn Tran stays in shape and the photos that prove they work.


She Hikes

Tran shared these photos on Instagram of herself hiking in Jasper National Park. She captioned the post, "Finally got to catch up on Mondays episode and relive the BEAUTY of jasper last night after a long week of rotting on my couch studying!!!!!! Did I ever take off that green vest." The National Parks Services states that hiking has a lot of health benefits. "Hiking is a great whole-body workout—from head to toe and everything in between. Check out all of these physical benefits of hiking: Building stronger muscles and bones. Improving your sense of balance. Improving your heart health. Decreasing the risk of certain respiratory problems."


She Runs

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As you can see from this Instagram post, Tran likes to run. Valley Oaks Health states that running has a lot of benefits. "After going for a run, your body experiences a drop in the stress hormone cortisol. This reduction diminishes feelings of stress, allowing you to go about the rest of your day with less tension and anxiety. In addition to mitigating stress, running also invokes feelings of calmness. Following a run, your body releases chemicals called endocannabinoids. These chemicals flow through your bloodstream and into your brain, relaxing your mind and body."


She Wants To Be A Role Model


Tran is the first Asian to be a lead on The Bachelorette. She talked about the importance of this in the caption of this Instagram post. "FIRST ASIAN BACHELORETTE?! You have no idea how much this moment means to me. Growing up I never got to see anyone who looked like me lead their own love story on TV. To be able to inspire a generation of people to be proud of their culture is something I'm so grateful for. This opportunity to find love as the Bachelorette is so much bigger than myself and I am embracing that whole heartedly."


She's Authentic

Tran talked about how she is approaching her Bachelorette season to "I don't really have a game plan. I'm really just gonna be my freaking self, and that means all the good, the bad, and the chaotic, and the psychotic. That's really what you're gonna have to look forward to."


She Swims

As you can see from her Instagram post, Tran likes to spend time by the water. Swimming has a lot of benefits. The Mayo Clinic states, "Water's buoyancy supports your weight. When you're submersed up to your neck, the water cancels out about 90% of your body weight, significantly reducing stress on your weight-bearing joints, bones and muscles. Instead of landing on a hard surface with the impact of your full weight, you land with only 10% of your body weight. This reduces risk of injury." 

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