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Aleida Núñez in Bathing Suit and Fur Coat Celebrates Fall

Here are the Mexican beauty’s secrets. 

Aleida Núñez is an actress, model, and singer originally from Mexico. Núñez has also made waves for her incredible body, which she often shows off on her Instagram account. She currently has 3.4 million followers and counting. Read on to see 5 ways Núñez stays in shape and the photos that prove they work—and to get beach-ready yourself, don't miss these essential 30 Best-Ever Celebrity Bathing Suit Photos!


She Uses Weights

Núñez is a fan of strength training, and using weights. She's posted photos of herself using weights at the gym on her Instagram page. There are a lot of benefits of using weights and strength training for women. Brittany Watts, CPT, tells Women's Health that strength training can help burn calories. "With strength training, there's a higher excess post-exercise oxygen consumption (EPOC)," explains Watts. "This means you burn more calories after your workout." 


She Does Yoga

Yoga seems to be a favorite workout of Núñez's, as she has posted several photos of herself doing yoga poses on Instagram. Núñez also captions a lot of her yoga photos describing the benefits the exercise has on someone's body and their mind. She captioned one photo, "Yoga… balance in your life is essential for a healthier life in every way."


She Focuses on Lower-Body Workouts

In this Instagram video, Núñez is seen doing donkey kicks, bridge raises, and using lower body machinery. Núñez is known for her impressive lower body, so she likely does a lot of lower body exercises. She captioned her video, "Every day counts … bring healthy energy to your life, I share this routine for glutes 4 series of each apparatus 15 repetitions for glutes."


She Uses The Elliptical

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In this photo from her Instagram, Núñez is seen using the elliptical. The elliptical has a lot of benefits for your body. "The elliptical removes the ground contact for people who may have ankle, knee, or hip issues who want to increase their heart rate and get the benefits of cardiovascular exercise, but decrease the stress on the joints," says Pete McCall, a fitness educator for American Council on Exercise (ACE) and National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) and host of the All About Fitness podcast.


She Gets Outside

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Núñez loves to go outside and get fresh air, and she documents her travels on her Instagram. Núñez is often seen going to the beach, and posting swimsuit photos. According to a WebMD article medically reviewed by Carmelita Sweiner, MD, getting outside regularly helps you get vitamin D from the sun. The post elaborates, ​​"It's important for your bones, blood cells, and immune system. It also helps your body absorb more of certain minerals, like calcium and phosphorus. Your body needs sunlight to make it, but you don't need much. In the summer, just getting sun for 5 to 15 minutes, 2 or 3 times a week, should do it. In the winter, you might need a bit more."

Anna Bechtel
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