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Kiiara in Two-Piece Workout Gear Shares a Selfie

Here are her lifestyle tips.

Kiiara, aka Kiara Saulters, is a hero to many, and she's worked with some of her own heroes. Her song "Heavy" with Linkin Park was a huge hit, and she's pressed songs with Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike and David Guetta, Ty Solla $ign, Cheat Codes, Steve Aoki, Hyphen Hyphen—the list goes on. She also shines on her new solo track, Whoops. How does she do all this and stay so fit? Here are some of her wellness tips.


She Swims

"One of the most significant advantages of swimming is its ability to provide a low-impact, high-reward workout. Unlike many other forms of exercise, swimming is gentle on the joints, making it an ideal activity for people of all ages and fitness levels," says YMCA of Greater Whittier. "Swimming is a powerful cardiovascular exercise. It enhances heart health by improving circulation, lowering blood pressure, and increasing lung capacity. Regular swimming sessions can lead to better heart health and a reduced risk of heart-related diseases. The rhythmic nature of swimming also promotes better breathing techniques, which is beneficial for those with respiratory issues."


She Skateboards

"Skateboarding is an excellent form of cardio that can help lower your risk of heart disease. While running might burn more calories per hour, skateboarding is a lower-impact activity, which can be less stressful on your joints," says Beyond the Board. "Skateboarding can be a great way to burn calories and manage weight. Combined with a healthy diet and other physical activities, regular skateboarding can help you achieve your weight loss goals"


She Walks

"The faster, farther and more frequently you walk, the greater the benefits. For example, you may start out as an average walker, and then work your way up to walking faster and walking a mile in a shorter amount of time than an average walker, similar to power walkers. This can be a great way to get aerobic activity, improve your heart health and increase your endurance while burning calories," says the Mayo Clinic.


She Gets Some Sun

"Sunlight is a powerful antidote for depression. In winter, many people suffer from seasonal affective disorder, a type of depression made worse by short, dark winter days. Recommended cures? Sunlight or phototherapy (exposure to light that mimics the sun). When I'm working with patients suffering from depression, I often recommend spending some time outdoors as part of their treatment plan," says MCHC Health Centers.


These are Her Goals as an Artist

"Learning how to be a better storyteller, how to really create an escape. I'm already thinking about the next album. With each one, I want it to bring people into a world, an complete escape. I want it to feel magical. I want to improve my voice and tour again when that's allowed. I finally felt I got my footing and was ready to go. In 2019, I took a little break but then this all happened! So if my next tour happens in 2021, it will be 3 years since I last toured! I also want to be more comfortable with who I am and be more open, I definitely struggle with that. I get self-conscious, so I am working really hard to be comfortable in my own skin and not being afraid to say how I feel," she told Flaunt.

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