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Anya Geraldine in Bathing Suit Says "Kinda Miss the Sun"

Here’s how she works out. 

Indonesian star Anya Geraldine has a touch of the winter blues. Geraldine shared a picture of herself posing in a tiny bathing suit on a beautiful beach, soaking up the sunshine. "Kinda miss the sun ☀️😕," she captioned the post. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Geraldine 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 Plays Tennis

Geraldine loves to play tennis. "Tennis is a great addition to any workout regime because it improves metabolic function, muscle tone, strength and flexibility," says fitness expert Sonakshi Bagla. "It also boosts aerobic capabilities. Tennis also helps increase your reaction time and attention span."


Squats and Lunges

Geraldine incorporates squats and lunges into her workout routine. "Lunges work multiple larger muscle groups at the same time," says celebrity trainer Jillian Michaels. "They build lower body strength and help to maintain muscle mass and bone density in the lower body."


Stationary Bike

Geraldine uses the stationary bike for convenient cardio. "Riding a stationary bike is an excellent way to improve your cardiovascular and muscular endurance, plus your stamina, with less risk of injury," says Anthony O'Reilly, CPT. "Let's be honest, whether you're an avid runner or into strength training, we all want the ability to exercise for more extended periods without fatigue. Quality training equals better results for performance, muscle-building, and overall health."


Resistance Training

Geraldine lifts weights and practices resistance training when she's at the gym. "A good training program should be well-balanced and focused on strengthening all musculature," says personal trainer Aroosha Nekonam. "You should always be lifting at an effective intensity for growth, progressive overload and effective recovery, regardless of gender."



Geraldine plays golf, which experts say has many health benefits. "We know that the moderate physical activity that golf provides increases life expectancy, has mental health benefits, and can help prevent and treat more than 40 major chronic diseases such as heart attacks, stroke, diabetes, breast and colon cancer," says Dr Andrew Murray from the University of Edinburgh. "Evidence suggests golfers live longer than non-golfers, enjoying improvements in cholesterol levels, body composition, wellness, self-esteem and self-worth. Given that the sport can be played by the very young to the very old, this demonstrates a wide variety of health benefits for people of all ages."

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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