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LPGA Rookie Isabella Fierro in Workout Gear "Can't Wait to Tee it Up"

“US WOMENS OPEN Week. So excited to be here and can’t wait to tee it up this week. VAMOSSS.”

Isabella Fierro is one of the newest names on the women's golf scene. She is a rookie in the LPGA. In May, she played in the Women's Open. Fierro shared a video of herself on the course on Instagram. She captioned the post, "US WOMENS OPEN Week. So excited to be here and can't wait to tee it up this week. VAMOSSS." How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Isabella Fierro stays in shape and the photos that prove they work.


She Golfs

Golf is one of the main ways Fierro stays in shape. Circle Health Group states that golf has a lot of benefits. "Golf is a sport that teaches accuracy, focus and concentration. It also encourages creativity and creative thinking, such as the foresight to visualize where and how far your shot will go. Hand-eye coordination is essential in golf – as is knowing where your ball landed. The course can often be a quieter place to learn these skills, without the roar of a crowd or the umpire's whistle to distract you."


She Does Squats

Fierro shared this set of videos on Instagram of herself in the gym. She does a lot of squats to stay fit. Fierro is seen doing squats with a weighted bar and lunges. Allina Health states that squats are a great workout. "The squat is one of the all-around best exercises to do for your lower body. It strengthens and tones muscles in your thighs, butt and calves and improves posture, balance, flexibility and inner core strength. Squatting also improves bone mineral density to keep your bones strong."


She Strength Trains

Fierro likes to strength train to stay in shape. In the previous Instagram post, she is seen using a weighted circle and a weighted ball. The Mayo Clinic states that strength training has a lot of benefits. "Strength training can reduce the signs and symptoms of many chronic conditions, such as arthritis, back pain, obesity, heart disease, depression and diabetes."


She Follows Her Heart


Fierro opened up about her decision to go pro in an interview with LBGA. "It was a 50/50 decision," remembered Fierro. "I really gave it a lot of thought, but I was very confident about my goals, about who I am, about my path and everything. My heart told me to turn pro."


She Listens To Herself

Fierro tells LPGA that she is working on listening to herself. "One of my goals (this year) will be to listen to myself. How am I feeling? How am I performing? Having excellent communication with my team so everything runs smoothly. To feel very comfortable. Even if I'm not feeling comfortable every week because that happens to just play as calm as possible and have fun. Definitely make cuts. I'm aiming for a win for sure. I love to win like every other athlete. I would like to play in the Olympics too. That would be amazing."

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