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Madison Lewis Shows Off Fit Bod From "Paradise"

Read on to see 5 ways Madison Lewis stays in shape and the photos that prove they work.

Madison Lewis is an actress, who also has a poetry book coming out soon. She is currently dating actor, Hayden Yezak. The two recently enjoyed a vacation together. Lewis shared some highlights on Instagram recently. In one post, the couple enjoyed a pool day together. Lewis captioned the post, "Paradise with my paradise." How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Madison Lewis stays in shape and the photos that prove they work.


She Goes To The Beach

As you can see from her recent post, Lewis spends a lot of time at the beach. This has a lot of health benefits. The South African College of Applied Physiology states, "Clinical Psychologist, Richard Shuster, reports that staring at the ocean changes our brain waves' frequency. And puts us into a mild meditative state. Ergo, the relaxing effect on the senses when we watch the swell's ebb and flow. A study by researchers from Harvard, the University of Massachusetts Medical Schools, and the German Bender Institute of Neuroimaging, showed that regular meditation significantly changes the brain. Specifically, it changes the grey matter concentration in the brain regions associated with learning and memory processes, emotion regulation, and perspective-taking. Furthermore, according to psychologists, listening to the waves activates the parasympathetic nervous system. This slows us down, allowing us to relax and feel more engaged."


She Skis

Lewis likes to ski to stay in shape. At the beginning of the year, she took a ski trip, and shared these photos on Instagram. A study in Front Physiol states, "Downhill skiing, especially when performed on a regular basis, may contribute to healthy aging by its association with a healthier life style including higher levels of physical activity. Several other mechanisms suggest further favorable health effects of downhill skiing in response to specific challenges and adaptations in the musculo-skeletal and postural control systems, to exposures to cold temperatures and intermittent hypoxia, and/or emotional and social benefits from outdoor recreation."


She Spends Time With Dogs

Lewis loves dogs. She and her boyfriend have a golden retriever together. Lewis shared these photos of herself and her dog outside on Instagram. The Animal Health Foundation states that having a dog has a lot of health benefits. "It probably doesn't come as a surprise that owning a dog requires a little bit of energy. Dogs have to be walked and exercised, which means dog owners are out there getting more physical activity than people without dogs. Older people are more likely to take regular walks with a dog than they are with a human, according to one study. Another found that 60% of dog owners who took their dogs for regular walks were considered to get regular moderate or vigorous exercise based on federal standards."


She Works Out With Others

Lewis makes sure to hit the gym. And she usually doesn't go alone. A lot of Lewis' gym posts are with her boyfriend or a friend. The CDC states that working out with others has a lot of benefits. "When you work out with a partner, you're likely to: Feel more motivated. When you and your buddy encourage each other, you'll work harder (and get better results!). And there's nothing wrong with a little friendly competition. Be more adventurous. It's easier to try new things with a buddy. You may just find an activity you love, one that feels more like fun and less like a workout. Be more consistent. When someone else is counting on you to show up, you won't want to let them down."

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