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Antonela Roccuzzo in Bathing Suit Says "Cheers" With Daniella Semaan

Here’s how she stays in fantastic shape.

Lionel Messi's wife Antonela Roccuzzo is having the time of her life with Daniella Semaan, the wife of Cesc Fabregas. Semaan shared an Instagram reel of herself and Roccuzzo running through the snow in tiny bathing suits, seemingly impervious to the freezing temperatures. "Cheers to a life full of health and happiness!" the caption reads. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Roccuzzo 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!



Balanced Diet

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Roccuzzo is sensible about her diet, and refuses to eliminate food groups. "I try to take care of my diet by following a balanced diet; eating everything and allowing myself my whims from time to time," she says. "In my case, if the diet is very restrictive or eliminates certain foods, I will not be able to maintain it over time. That is why I believe that the diet Like everything, there has to be a balance."


Protein Pancakes

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Roccuzzo enjoys homemade whey pancakes made with bananas. "When choosing a whey protein, look for products made with organic, grass-fed whey," says Keri Glassman, RD. "Think about it: Whey comes from milk, so just like you'd choose milk from happy, healthy cows, you want your whey to come from a quality source."


Training At Home

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Roccuzzo has a home-gym setup, which makes it easier to fit workouts into her busy schedule. "Training at home makes everything easier for me," she says. "Although I like to have a routine and I am quite organized in my day to day, I have three children and plans often change. Therefore, being able to train at home gives me the freedom to adapt the training to my schedule."


Tuna Salad

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Roccuzzo loves making salads with vegetables and protein-packed tuna. "There are a lot of varieties!" says registered nutritionist Jen Bruning. "Generally, tuna is a fish to be aware of when it comes to mercury content. Some canned tuna, like albacore, contains more mercury. Try looking for skipjack or yellowfin, sometimes packaged as 'light' tuna, which contain less mercury."


Healthy Habits

Roccuzzo says she has developed habits over the years that keep her happy and healthy. "I am not a fitness expert, but over time I have acquired certain habits that I think are important; eating before and after each workout, always hydrating, but especially when I am doing physical activity, and training responsibly," she says. "That is, to stretch before and after, maintain a good posture, do not push the body to the limit or to excessive training."

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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