Elettra Lamborghini in Bathing Suit Says "Make Me Fly"
Italian TV star and singer Elettra Lamborghini is taking a break from presenting, performing, and dancing to share a selfie with her fans. Lamborghini posted a photo of herself wearing a blue swimsuit as she relaxed on a lounger, captioning the post "Oh magic take me away… let me fly 🕊️🎶." How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Lamborghini 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 Loves To Ski
Lamborghini loves to hit the slopes for some cold-weather exercise. "Alpine skiing is a mix of endurance and resistance training," says Dr. Josef Niebauer, a professor of sports medicine and cardiology and director of the Institute for Molecular Sports and Rehabilitation Medicine at Paracelsus Medical University in Salzburg, Austria. "It has positive effects on the heart and circulation, as well as peripheral muscles—predominately the legs."
Whether it's at the beach or the pool, Lamborghini enjoys having a swim. "Many people say that by simply being in the water they feel more relaxed and less stressed," says swimming instructor Emily Morrissey. "Regular exercise helps reduce anxiety and depression, as it releases 'feel good' hormones and keeps our brains working in a healthy way."
Lamborghini loves horseback riding in the fresh air and sunshine. "Riding a horse for 45 minutes at a walk, trot and canter can burn up to 200 calories," says Dr. Dennis Sigler, a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service horse specialist and professor in the department of animal science at Texas A&M University in College Station. "If you do something a bit more strenuous such as cutting or reining, that can come out to nearly seven calories per minute for the entire length of the riding period."
She's a Dancer
Dancing is a regular part of Lamborghini's pop performances. Dancing is mainly linked to physical health benefits, but when you dance you are moving different parts of your body in a coordinated way, and this activates several parts of the brain," says the British Heart Foundation. "One small study even found that dancing is associated with a lower risk of dementia. The research, published in the New England Journal of Medicine, followed 469 people aged 75 and over, who didn't have dementia at the start of the study. The researchers measured the association between leisure and physical activities and the likelihood of developing dementia over time. They found that dancing was the only physical activity associated with a lower risk of dementia."
She Loves Breakfast
Lamborghini is a self-confessed breakfast enthusiast. "Research shows that eating regularly across the day, inclusive of breakfast, may have physical benefits such as reduced inflammation and improved physiological resilience," says registered dietitian Jessica Crawley. "Eating breakfast is beneficial for everyone. Regular eating signals internal cues of safety to the body."