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Muni He in Workout Gear Says "We Keep Going"

"7 under on a Monday, three 3 putts on a Friday = no good😂 we keep going!”

Muni He is a very successful golfer. She became a star in the golf world before she turned 20. He shared a set of photos on Instagram in April of herself on the course. She captioned the post, "7 under on a Monday, three 3 putts on a Friday = no good😂 we keep going!" How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Muni He stays in shape and the photos that prove they work.


She Golfs

Playing golf gives He a lot of health benefits. According to Randa, "Golf can help strength and balance, improve quality of life and provide aerobic exercise. On a regular 18-hole course, most players will walk between four and five miles, burning up to 2,000 calories. If you play golf for at least 150 minutes per week you are meeting WHO global exercise guidelines."


She Strength Trains

He shared this set of videos on Instagram of herself in the gym and on the golf course. In several of them, she is seen using weights. He uses kettlebells, circle weights, and a weighted bar. She captioned the post, "Gym, golf, laundry, on repeat." 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 Swims

He likes to swim to stay in shape. She shared this set of photos on Instagram of a trip she took to Thailand. In the first photo, she is seen in a pool. She captioned the post, "Emptying out the last bits of the vacation album." Better Health states that swimming has a lot of benefits. "Swimming is a great workout because you need to move your whole body against the resistance of the water. Swimming is a good all-round activity because it: keeps your heart rate up but takes some of the impact stress off your body, builds endurance, muscle strength and cardiovascular fitness."


She Works Hard

He talked about her golf career in an interview with Tatler. She shared that the secret to her success was working hard. "It was difficult growing up being a student athlete. I only had so much time in the day and I tried my best to balance everything. I always had to keep my priority in mind and playing professionally was what I wanted."


She Pushes For Equality


He wants more attention put on the women's golf world. She talked about this in her interview with Tatler. "[Female players] make a lot less money if you compare the LPGA purse and the PGA purse and even in terms of sponsorship deals. We're judged if we look a certain way, as if it diminishes our athletic ability. That doesn't apply to men. I want to change the conversation around this."

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