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Elisse Joson in Bathing Suit is "Beautiful"

Here’s how she stays in shape. 

Elisse Joson, the Filipino actress, and star of Bakit Hindi Ka Crush Ng Crush Mo?, works hard to have a fit figure, and showed it off this week. Her Instagram is full of revealing photos. She just shared a new set of swimsuit images. In them, Joson posed in a pale yellow one piece, looking gorgeous. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Elisse Joson 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 Swims

One way Joson loves to stay in shape is by going for swims. She posts a lot of photos on Instagram of herself enjoying time in the water. Joson posted these gorgeous photos of herself in the water in Boracay at sunset. She captioned the post, "Tropical state of mind."


She Hikes

Another outdoor activity Joson likes to do is go hiking. She posted this set of photos and videos on Instagram of herself going for a hike by the ocean. Joson captioned the post, "Thankful for the gift of life and family."


She Used The Keto Diet

After having her daughter, Joson had to make some lifestyle changes to lose the baby weight. She revealed some of her secrets to Star Magic. Joson says that she used a popular diet plan to help her lose weight. "When I gave birth, I really went on a diet. I went on a very slight keto diet. It worked well for me."


She Works Out On A Daily Basis

In addition to eating healthy, Joson increased the amount of exercise she did. She tells Star Magic that she worked out every day after having her daughter. "I really realized that every day I had to sweat. I had to run every day."


She Takes Care Of Her Mental Health

In this Instagram post, Joson revealed how she takes care of her mental health and wellbeing. She wrote, "If it doesn't give me peace, I no longer entertain it. Currently in the process of making my mental health a priority." Make it a priority, too. "While many Americans have grown emotionally throughout the pandemic, its lingering effects continue to have an adverse impact. Americans are more likely to feel stressed, anxious and/or depressed during the fall 2021 phase of the pandemic (60%) than during fall 2020  (50%), while more than half (56%) feel their anxiety, depression and/or stress levels rise as the number of COVID-19 cases rise," says the Cleveland Clinic.

Anna Bechtel
Anna Bechtel is a freelance writer currently based in Hamden, CT. Read more
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