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Emilia Mernes in Bathing Suit Says "You Can't See"

Here’s how she stays in shape.

Emilia Mernes has become one of the most popular Latin singers in the past few years. She has also acquired a strong following on Instagram. Mernes recently posted a stunning new set of photos. In it, she posed in a green swimsuit top with jeweled straps and a pink skirt, as well as a sheer pink top, swimsuit top, and denim skirt. She captioned the post, "Behind the smoke you can't see." How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Emilia Mernes 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

Mernes spends a lot of time outside. One thing she likes to do is go to the beach and go swimming. She shares a lot of posts on Instagram of herself by the water. In this set of photos she posted, Mernes is seen on a boat and on a paddleboard. She captioned the post, "Made in Argentina."


She's Active

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Mernes opened up about her wellness routine in an interview. She says that she lives a pretty active life. "If I am skinnier it is because I am a thousand. But like everything, I eat well. The people around me know that I eat, it's not that I'm skinny, it's because I'm active, I dance a lot, I rehearse a lot, I'm doing things every day and I don't train, I should. Now I'm going to start swimming, but well the thing is that I never have a day off."


She Speaks Out About Beauty Standards


In the same interview, Mernes opened up about her past insecurities and spoke out about unfair beauty standards. "I didn't wear muscle or short sleeves because I said 'I have fatter arms' and people are going to judge me for that. I mean, imagine how my head was, really bad. And well, I had a really bad time at that moment and then I understood that it is not like that and that nothing is wrong. But you know what happens? It's that people put me in that place of the Argentine woman, that you have to fulfill a stereotype, that you have to wear these clothes, that you have to say or do this. And she broke my head that she felt that she had to comply with things that society imposes on her that are stupid."


She Admires Mega-Powerful Women

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She grew up admiring Thalia, Rihanna and Beyoncé. "I would watch them on TV and I couldn't believe it. I'd say: 'I hope one day I can see myself like them!' Because whenever I listened to them, they instilled a message of power and confidence in me," she told Billboard


She Benefits From Sun Exposure

"One of the best (and easiest) ways to get vitamin D is by being outside. Our bodies produce vitamin D when exposed to sunlight—about 15 minutes in the sun a day is adequate if you're fair skinned. And since Vitamin D helps your body maintain calcium and prevents brittle, thin, or misshapen bones, soaking in sun may be just what the doctor ordered," says Select Health.

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