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Kristine Froseth Shows Off Fit Figure as "Happiness is Radiating"

Here is everything you need to know about her lifestyle habits.

Kristine Froseth is living her best life – in her swimsuit. In a new social media post The Buccaneers star flaunts her amazing figure in a bathing suit while making a splash in the water. In a number of the photos she is with her co-star and boyfriend, Guy Remmers, who plays her love interest on the show. "the happiness is radiating off you," one of her followers commented. "Always living life to the fullest and gaining the most out of it," added another. How does the star approach physical and mental health? Here is everything you need to know about her lifestyle habits.




For Birds of Paradise, Kristine trained hard and did a lot of Pilates. "For three months beforehand, they set an intense schedule from morning to night where we would do Pilates, the Gyrotonic method, and some stretch classes. We would observe dance classes and take private beginners' classes—which aren't really for beginners, in my opinion!—at these different studios in the city, so I just tried to literally pack as much in as I could. I was really out of touch with my body and so out of alignment and had no idea what these different muscle groups were or what any of this was about, and I had no dance experience prior, so it was really intense, but I've learned so much about myself and my body. Overall, it was great," she told Vogue.


Mental Health

Kristine is all about mental health. "If anyone's struggling with loss or depression, it's so important to rely on one another and talk about it and ask for support. Amongst us females, I feel like we can support each other within the larger competition because there's space for everyone. Within my own industry, I have a lot of good friends who go up for the same roles I do, but we know it's apples and oranges, right? We can compete, but it doesn't have to be sabotage," she told Vogue. 



For her role in Birds of Paradise she also endured grueling ballet sessions. "I was just out of alignment for some reason, I guess because I'm [hunched] all the time on my phone… so I had to work on that. And co-ordination, I have none," she told Newsweek. "I've never danced before so it was definitely challenging to get to know my body while also absorbing all the information regarding dance. I don't know anything, it's so much about opposition and I was having a hard time putting two-and-two together." Froseth said: "The physical aspects were really challenging. Being in the room with professional ballerinas and kind of accepting the reality of the situation that we're trying to portray their lives, and their lifestyle, as closely as possible."



Froseth enjoys running, not only because of the physical benefits, but also because it helps with anxiety. She even did the New York City Marathon. "It's always been a dream of mine to do a marathon and then an Iron Woman," she told Elle. "I want to push myself in different ways and see how far I can take it." 



Hiking is another form of self-care for Kristine. According to the National Parks Service, the physical benefits of hiking include building stronger muscles and bones, improving your sense of balance, improving your heart health, and decreasing the risk of certain respiratory problems.



Another healthy habit of Kristine's is walking, which is great for your health. One study published in JAMA Internal Medicine found that walking at a brisk pace for about 30 minutes a day led to a reduced risk of heart disease, cancer, dementia and death, compared with walking a similar number of steps but at a slower pace.

Leah Groth
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