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Gabriela Berlingeri in Bathing Suit Shares "More Pics"

She loves being outdoors.

Puerto Rican star Gabriela Berlingeri is enjoying some much-needed beach time. The jewelry designer and girlfriend of superstar Bad Bunny shared pictures of herself posing in crystal-clear waters in a green bikini and white sun hat. "More pics from the cam," she captioned the post. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Berlingeri 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!


Lots of Swimming

One glance at Berlingeri's social media shows how much she loves swimming. "Swimming is one of the few activities that work your whole body," says the British Heart Foundation. "Breaststroke, backstroke, front crawl, butterfly and even doggy paddle get your legs and arms moving. This in turn works your back and core muscles."


Outdoorsy Type

Berlingeri is no couch potato—she enjoys being outside as much as possible. "I take many of my individual clients and classes outdoors," says certified fitness instructor ShaNay Norvell. "They often tell me it doesn't feel like as much of a workout as running on the treadmill, even though they are still getting a great calorie burn."


Snacking on Mango


Berlingeri loves fresh sliced mango for an on-the-go snack, which is a great source of vitamin C. "Vitamin C is good for immunity," says Maya Vadiveloo, assistant professor in the department of nutrition and food sciences at the University of Rhode Island. "It's an antioxidant so it can help with oxidative stress in the body. The primary benefit, in addition to being a really good source of vitamin C, is that (mangoes) are a decent source of vitamin A, folate and are pretty high in fiber, which is beneficial for colon cancer prevention, heart disease and weight control."


She's a Singer

Singing and performing are creative endeavors very important to Berlingeri. "Singing at the Estadio Azteca was something I never in my life imagined doing, let alone daring," she says. "I don't know how I did it, but I did it. I'm thankful for the people who motivated me to achieve it because I couldn't do it alone. Thanks to my mother for giving birth to me in Puerto Rico and with my father for raising me on this island that I love so much."


Blue Therapy

Berlingeri loves to be by the ocean as much as she can. Having access to blue space is shown to have mental health benefits. "Increased views of blue space is significantly associated with lower levels of psychological distress," says Amber L. Pearson, PhD, MPH, assistant professor of health geography and a member of MSU's Water Science Network.

Ferozan Mast
Ferozan Mast is a science, health and wellness writer with a passion for making science and research-backed information accessible to a general audience. Read more
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