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Ana Del Castillo in Bathing Suit Says "Hehehe"

Here’s how she lives her life. 

Colombian singer Ana Del Castillo is trying to organize her swimsuits during a trip to the Dominican Republic. Del Castillo shared pictures of herself wearing a bright yellow and pink bathing suit, captioning the post "I just want BIKINI PLAN 👙 in PC🇩🇴😈🤤… hehehe." How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Del Castillo 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 Loves the Outdoors

Del Castillo is happiest when she's outside in the fresh air. "It allows you to take a breath, relax, and reset with a better frame of mind," says Dr. Christine Ashour, Family Medicine and Primary Care, White Plains Hospital Physician Associates, "It doesn't matter if you're at a park, in the words, or in your backyard, being in nature can have a calming effect and improve your mental and physical health, especially when it's combined with exercise."


She Travels

One of the perks of Del Castillo's career is traveling around the world. "Travel itself can be a break from stressors piled up back home; a literal escape where you can focus on your own pleasure and yourself can be a welcome change of pace, and help reduce your body's stress hormone overdrive,' says Jean Kim MD. "Even when you return to stressors back home, the memories encoded by travel help maintain a 'zen space' you can revisit whenever you need. Mindfulness techniques often recommend returning to a beautiful or peaceful memory to help restore calm and balance anywhere you are."


She's a Singer

Del Castillo is, of course, a singer, which experts say has many health benefits. "Singing exercises the vocal cords and keeps them youthful, even in old age," says Graham Welch, director for advanced music education at London's Roehampton Institute. "The less age-battered your voice sounds, the more you will feel, and seem, younger."


Maintaining Boundaries


Del Castillo is strict about maintaining boundaries and standing up for herself, especially when male fans get aggressive. "Regardless of how I talk, how I dress, how I express myself, everyone deserves respect," she says. "Yes, because one deserves respect and I see comments like 'it's her fault,' like that machismo hasn't changed yet."


Dancing Queen

Del Castillo dances as part of her performances on stage. "Dancing can give you more than traditional cardio," Fabio Comana, an exercise physiologist and education team member for the National Academy of Sports Medicine, told HuffPost. "If exercise is not an enjoyable experience, we're not going to do it. People think, 'I'm not exercising, I'm dancing'. But at the end of the day, you're moving and you're burning calories. It's just as good as a cardio class."

Ferozan Mast
Ferozan Mast is a science, health and wellness writer with a passion for making science and research-backed information accessible to a general audience. Read more
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