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Katie Sigmond in Two-Piece Workout Gear Says it's "Cutting Szn"

Here are her tips to achieving a hot body like hers

Katie Sigmond is getting shredded for summer. In a new social media post the golfer hits the gym and takes a mirror selfie in a crop top and tight shorts. "Cutting szn," she captioned the Instagram Story. Do you want to get into shape like the athlete, 21? Here is everything she recommends doing to stay fit. 


Go Golfing

Katie is a golfer, and reaps the health benefits. "Golf date?" she captioned a post. Golf's health benefits are extensive, including mind, body, and even lifespan, claims a comprehensive review published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine. Benefits include improved longevity, decreased risk of developing heart disease or suffering a stroke, good mental health, and improved strength and balance.


Find a Water Sport You Love

You should also follow Katie's lead and try out some water sports – like wakeboarding. She captioned this post: "teach me how to wake surf." She also enjoys jet skiing. "Be my travel buddy," she captioned a photo of herself out in the water. According to Health Fitness Revolution, the average 150-pound rider will burn a surprising 238 calories during a half-hour ride. The sport is also great for cardiovascular endurance.


Soak It Out

Katie suggests hot water therapy as a free and rejuvenating self-care routine. "You'll find me here," she captioned a post. Soaking in the hot tub, similar to baths, can do your body and mind good. It has been linked to better sleep and even found helpful to minimize anxiety and depression. One recent study even found that it may even boast cardiovascular benefits.


Go Snowboarding

Katie also enjoys snowboarding. "Learned my lesson from last year," she joked in this photo, wearing a swimsuit while on the slopes. The University of Rochester explains that snowboarding, like skiing, is a great cardiovascular workout. "Because they are also weight-bearing exercises, they strengthen your bones as they tone your muscles," they say. "Cardiovascular or aerobic exercises also work to reduce your risk for chronic diseases, and lower blood pressure. They also help you maintain a healthy body weight. Through regular aerobic exercise like skiing and snowboarding, you lower your risk of developing conditions like diabetes and heart disease, having a stroke, and perhaps even getting cancer."


Strength Training

Katie Sigmond/Instagram

Katie also recommends hitting the gym and doing some old school strength training. According to the Mayo Clinic, strength and weight training help reduce body fat, preserve and increase lean muscle mass, and burn calories more efficiently. Strength training may also help you:

  • Develop strong bones
  • Manage your weight
  • Enhance your quality of life
  • Manage chronic conditions
  • Sharpen your thinking skills
Leah Groth
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