Georgia Hassarati in Bathing Suit is "Scuba George"
Too Hot To Handle star Georgia Hassarati is having a magical vacation in Oahu, Hawaii, taking full advantage of all the activities available on the beautiful island. Hassarati posted a picture of herself sitting on a boat, wearing a black one-piece swimsuit and holding scuba gear. "Scuba George 🤿," she captioned the post. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Hassarati 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 Plays Basketball
Hassarati enjoys playing basketball. "Fundamental movement skills such as [sprinting], vertical jumping and overhead throwing are very basic to physical movement", says Koco Eaton, MD. "Basketball promotes speed, agility, strength, power and endurance. It [has] also been shown to increase flexibility and motor coordination. As a result, basketball is uniquely oriented to improve fundamental motor skills that are shown to be beneficial in promoting general health."
She Loves To Read
Hassarati is an avid reader. "Interestingly, several studies indicate that reading works of fiction can be of particular benefit to people with or without mental health difficulties," says Rob Whitley, PhD. "These studies indicate that reading fiction can increase reader empathy, social skills, and inter-personal understandings (known as 'theory of mind')."
She Bakes At Home
Hassarati loves to bake at home, and makes a mean apple and rhubarb pie. "One of the main reasons why people cultivate and eat rhubarb is its astounding nutritional value," says John Staughton, BASc, BFA. "It is packed with minerals, vitamins. organic compounds, and other nutrients that make it ideal for keeping our bodies healthy."
She Loves To Snorkel
Hassarati loves to snorkel in the sea whenever she gets the chance. "Exercising in natural environments has been shown to have greater benefits for mental health than exercising elsewhere. This is because it combines the benefits of exercise with the restorative effects of being in nature. Swimming in the ocean is no less the case," says Sergio Diez Alvarez, Director Of Medicine, The Maitland and Kurri Kurri Hospital, University of Newcastle.
She Rides Her Bike
Hassarati loves cycling outdoors. "Riding a bike is a low-impact, high-cardio exercise that's inclusive of all fitness levels," says certified personal trainer Sara Fruendt. "Bike riding is also easier on your joints and great for athletes recovering from injuries… Indoor biking allows you to see your markers such as miles, time, and resistance, but requires you to independently change these settings versus outdoors where you ride with the natural terrain and are exposed to different inclines. Both increase cardiovascular fitness, muscle tone, and strength, but outdoor biking focuses more on your core as you are dealing with different terrain versus indoor, which is focused more on the lower-body."