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Holly Scarfone in Bathing Suit Says "Life is Peachy"

Here is how the reality star stays fit.

Holly Scarfone is "Too Hot To Handle" in her latest social media post. The model, who stars in season 3 of the hit Netflix show, flaunts her fabulous figure in a tiny swimsuit via Instagram. She captioned a series of snaps, "life is peachy." How does the reality star keep himself fit and happy? Read on to see 5 ways Holly Scarfone 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 is a "Wild Child"

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Holly embraces her sexuality. "I've been told that I kind of radiate sexuality. I'm a little bit of a wild child, I'm always just doing what I want to do," she explained in a promo video for the show. "Maybe if there's a couple of guys fighting over me, I might love it a little bit."


She Is Athletic

Holly is incredibly athletic. Before graduating from University of Colorado Boulder, she attended Scotts Valley High School in California. While there she participated in a variety of sports – including track and field, cross country, cheer, and swim team. 


She Loves to Eat

Holly loves to eat. Even while filming Too Hot To Handle, she maintains that she dined on a plethora of food," she said in a YouTube video. "I was eating so much and we could have as many plates as we want. We had an open buffet, not to mention, we had a really amazing chef. I think the chef was Rihanna's chef. So we had the best food. And you would think that we were like eating salads and stuff, but like we had a lot of like pizza and like french fries and every day was a pizza party," she said. "So we definitely had a fun time eating."


She Has "Determination"

Holly maintains that she can achieve whatever she wants because she is determined. "I never thought I'd ever walk runway because I'm not the tallest, the tiniest, or the most experienced model out there, but it goes to show that with the right mindset, determination, and connections — the world is yours to f*cking conquer," the 5-foot-7 star wrote on Instagram after appearing on the catwalk of Denver Fashion Week. 


She Is Active Outdoors

Holly spends a lot of time outdoors and likes to stay close to the water, whether it comes in the form of an ocean or river. In this photo, she shows off her love of paddle boarding. "Can't fake a smile it's hard to wear," she captioned it. Water-based exercises, including paddle boarding, can do a body and mind good, per the CDC. "Swimming can improve mood in both men and women. For people with fibromyalgia, swimming can decrease anxiety, and exercise therapy in warm water can decrease depression and improve mood. Water-based exercise can improve the health of pregnant people and has a positive effect on the pregnant person's mental health. Parents of children with developmental disabilities find that recreational activities, such as swimming, improve family connections," they say.

Leah Groth
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