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Jana Kramer in Bathing Suit Says "Happy Sunday"

Here is how the singer and actress stays fit.

Jana Kramer is showing off all of her hard work at the gym! The newly single actress flaunts her fabulous figure via her latest Instagram Story. In it she rocks a butterfly swimsuit, perfectly highlighting her flat, toned abs. How does the mother-of-two keep herself in such fantastic physical and mental form? Read on to see 5 of Jana Kramer's top tips for staying 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!


Be Strong

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Jana focuses on building strength, both emotionally and physically. "If I'm honest, I lost a little too much weight after my divorce, and I would be lying if I said I didn't enjoy the number I saw. But that's an unhealthy way to look at it. It should never be about the number. It Should be about how you feel," she wrote in a 2021 Instagram post. "I have been actively becoming strong again for me. I look at this pic now and I'm proud of myself for the hard work and commitment to loving myself. This body made two beautiful humans. I'm proud of my body. …And I want to encourage you to do what makes you happy too… move the way you want to move… show off what you are proud of… feel your strength. And be proud of YOU, no matter what shape or size you are."


Make Fitness a Priority

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Jana works out regularly with Nashville based trainer Erin Oprea, doing workouts both in-person and virtually, with Jana sharing clips from her sessions via her Instagram stories. "I work out with Erin two times a week," she explained in an Instagram story. The duo do "a ton of squats, sumo squats, lunges." She uses Oprea's Pretty Muscles app. 



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Jana recently became a runner. "I hated running and now I love it. It's helped me lean out," she recently confessed. The Mayo Clinic explains that going for a jog can help promote heart health and wellness. "Typically, 30 minutes of moderate intensity activity five days a week is recommended for most healthy adults. Running is a simple, low-cost exercise, and you should be commended for starting a new exercise regimen," they say.


Eat Healthy

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Jana eats healthy but isn't super restrictive. "I personally think everything in moderation," she explained. "I had a chocolate chip cookie last night. I will eat another one tonight. I don't think you should deprive yourself of anything. I think, eat when you are hungry. But all-around diet is how I do it." 


Exercise for Her Mental Health Too

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Jana takes advantage of the mental health benefits of exercise. "Still not feeling 100 percent," she explained in a recent Instagram story. "But I'm still going to run it out, sweat it out." She once told Us Weekly that working out is self-care for her. "Working out for me is my sanity…Even just going for a walk, that is a place where I come back and I'm like, 'I feel good, I feel balanced. Working out is 100% how I stay level."

Leah Groth
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