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Jordyn Jones in Workout Gear Enjoys "Sundayyy"

Jones shared a photo of herself in workout gear on Instagram last month.

Jordyn Jones is a successful influencer. She first became known when she was a contestant on the first season of Abby's Ultimate Dance Competition. Jones then started her dance and singing career. She built a large following on social media. Jones shared a photo of herself in workout gear on Instagram last month. She captioned the post, "Sundayyy." How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Jordyn Jones stays in shape and the photos that prove they work.


She Dances

Jones is a dancer, and this is one of the main ways she stays in shape. Prudential states that dancing has a lot of benefits. "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 Does Squats

Jones shared some of her workout secrets in this YouTube video. In it, she is seen watching a workout video, where she does squats. NASM states that squats have a lot of benefits. "The squat is an effective exercise for improving lower body muscular endurance, strength and power. It is a compound movement involving many joint actions and associated musculature. Individuals performing the squat exercise should be aware of common faulty movement patterns that occur at the foot/ankle, knees, and hips. By becoming aware and consequently correcting these faulty movements novice exercisers will be able to avoid unnecessary and preventable injuries during exercise."


She Watches Baseball

Jones shared a photo of herself wearing Dodgers gear. "Watching your team in action can develop dopamine and adrenaline in your body. This chemical combination becomes positive stress, or eustress. Escapism is another benefit for die-hard sports fans. Forgetting life's daily stressors to root for your favorite player brightens your mood and reduces depression. It's a form of entertainment to relax your mind and can bring your family closer if you all enjoy watching sports. Watching a team with your friends can build connections and a sense of belonging. Based on a UK study, one in two people say they socialize more when watching sports," says Legacy Community Health.


She Likes Flowers

"People who have flowers in their home feel happier and more relaxed. Through this positive energy the chances of suffering from stress-related depression are decreased," says the AHTA. "• Positive emotions help put life events in a broader perspective and so lessen the negative effects that may result from negative emotions. Positive emotions such as gratitude, hope, empathy, joy, love, pride, calmness, surprise and awe can all be associated with flowers."


She Gets Her Sun

"Sunlight and darkness trigger the release of hormones in your brain. Exposure to sunlight is thought to increase the brain's release of a hormone called serotonin. This is associated with boosting mood and helping a person feel calm and focused. At night, darker lighting cues trigger the brain to make another hormone called melatonin. This hormone is responsible for helping a person feel sleepy and go to sleep," says the SADAG.

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