Ann-Kathrin Brömmel in Bathing Suit Says "No One Likes Shady Beaches"
Ann-Kathrin Brömmel, the wife of Mario Götze, is showing off her incredible figure in a Chanel swimsuit. The German model, who also goes by Ann-Kathrin Götze, flaunts her incredible figure in a black and white bathing suit in one of her latest social media posts, including a mirror selfie and a video of herself walking on the beach. "No one likes shady beaches," she captioned the Instagram post. How does the 32-year-old stay so fit? Read on to see 5 of Ann-Kathrin Brömmel's top diet, beauty, and fitness tips for staying 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!
Use a Facial Roller
Ann-Kathri made a YouTube vlog during the pandemic, detailing her morning ritual. In it, she revealed her favorite beauty tool, which she uses daily: Nurse Jamie UpLift Facial Massaging Beauty Roller. She claims it helps to depuff her skin. "Massaging your face so lightly," she says.
Drink Hot Water with Lemon
Ann-Kathrin is one of the many models and celebrities who starts their day with a popular Ayurvedic drink. "The first thing I drink in the morning is warm water with lemon," she dished in the vlog. To add extra antioxidants, she sometimes includes green tea in the drink.
Fuel Up in the Morning
Ann-Kathrin does not starve herself. Instead she fuels up in the morning with a hearty but healthy breakfast. She starts by cooking apples in a pan with butter. Then, she cooks a big bath of oatmeal with oat milk for extra calcium. What makes it the "perfect breakfast"? She says that it is super filling, versatile (you can add whatever fruit you want), high in fiber, helps lower blood pressure, and boasts lots of antioxidants.
Move Your Legs
Ann-Kathrin encourages regular movement. She enjoys staying in shape by walking with her stroller in the city or hiking in the mountains with her husband. Why should you go for a walk or hike? One study published in JAMA Internal Medicine found that walking at a brisk pace for about 30 minutes a day boasts many benefits, including a reduced risk of heart disease, cancer, dementia and death.
Drink Fruit and Veggies
Ann eats fruits and veggies but also drinks them. During her vlog she and her husband make a beverage in the juicer, adding carrot, red beet, apple, ginger, and celery. "Consider blending instead of juicing. Blending the edible parts of fruits and vegetables produces a drink that contains more healthy phytonutrients and fiber. Fiber can help you feel full," says the Mayo Clinic. "If you try juicing, make only as much juice as you can drink at once; harmful bacteria can grow quickly in freshly squeezed juice. If you buy commercially produced fresh juice, select a pasteurized product."