Camila Sodi in Bathing Suit is in "Paradise"
Camila Sodi is heating up the tropics in her swimsuit. The Mexican singer shows off her amazing figure via her latest social media post. "Paradise 🦋 the best piña coladas 🍹 my beautiful family ❤️ crab trotters 🦀 outdoor bathrooms 🚿 iced wine 🍷 duck club @clubpatos 🦆 welcome micheladas 🍻 sister you are a genius," she captioned the series of Instagram snaps. How does the star maintain her fit physique? Read on to see 5 ways Camila Sodi 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 Does Pilates
Camila is a big fan of pilates. She regularly shares Instagram Stories while on a pilates reformer. In this YouTube video you can get a glimpse at some of her workouts. She also has a pilates buddy: Geraldine Bazan! The two regularly take classes together.
She Does Bikram Yoga
Camila strikes a pose – a yoga pose that is! "My oldest sister @fergonzalezv is my Bikram Yoga teacher and each class is a change of skin like a snake 🐍 I feel new 🙏🏼 thank you sister for working on my mind and body. This posture opens the heart ❤️ open hearts = open roads," she captioned this Instagram post.
She Has a Positive Attitude
Camila tries to have a positive outlook. "Life is an attitude, and it depends on you," she told PopSugar. "You choose the attitude you're going to have toward things in life, and that determines the kind of experience you're going to have."
She Is Active Outdoors
She Is Resilient
Sodi maintains she has a great quality: Resilience. And she learned about it from her character on Falsa Identidad. "I am always learning something new. This character has taught me resilience — working on being resilient over and over again!" she told BELatina.com. "When you have resilience, you harness the inner strength that helps you rebound from a setback or challenge, such as a job loss, an illness, a disaster or a loved one's death. If you lack resilience, you might dwell on problems, feel victimized, become overwhelmed or turn to unhealthy coping mechanisms, such as substance abuse, eating disorders or risky behaviors," says the Mayo Clinic.