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Deonna Purrazzo in Bathing Suit is "OMG"

Here’s how she stays so fit.

Deonna Purrazzo is showing off her swimsuit body and her fiancé. The bride-to-be and WWE star looks gorgeous in her latest social media photo, cozying up to her almost husband while taking a dip in the pool. "OMG," commented one of her followers. "The water is boiling," added another. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Deonna Purrazzo 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 Lives in Gratitude

Deonna makes sure to take time and appreciate everything good in her life. "This has quite possibly been the busiest month I've ever had… and one of the most rewarding. My smile is a true reflection of how I'm feeling. Grateful," she captioned a post. 


She "Claps Back" at Body Shamers

"Twitter saw this CLAP-BACK first 👏👏👏 I could go on and on about body shaming and cyberbullying, but they don't deserve the attention. But, I'll always be LOUD about loving yourself and all that you are, no matter what anyone else has to say." 


She Hikes

When she isn't training, you can find Deonna out hiking in nature. "There's a lot I could say about the Grand Canyon, but it all feels too deep. In all seriousness, this trip was absolutely breathtaking. Looking out and seeing all those colors was like a dream," she captioned this post about one of her hiking trips. 


She Trains Hard

To keep her body in fighting form, Deonna puts in long hours at the gym. She shared a clip from one of her workouts on Twitter, squatting with incredibly heavy weights, writing "my heaviest this particular day was 215lb x 4 reps."


She Celebrates Her Strength

Deonna is strong and proud of it! "Stop using the gym as a photoshoot and workout…" she tweeted alongside a photo of herself showing off her guns. "oh….. OK," she added. "Bones lose calcium and weaken with age, but strength training can help slow or sometimes even reverse this trend. Not only can strength training make you look and feel better, but it can also result in better performance of everyday activities, such as climbing stairs and carrying bundles. Stronger muscles also mean better mobility and balance, and thus a lower risk of falling and injuring yourself. In addition, more lean body mass aids in weight control because each pound of muscle burns more calories than its equivalent in fat," says Harvard Health.

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