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January Jones in Bathing Suit Starts "Pasty Girl Summer"

Here’s how she stays fit.

January Jones, star of Mad Men, The Politician and Spinning Out, is ready for some vitamin D, if not the suntan. "Gonna be another pasty girl summer 🌞," the 44-year-old captioned a brand new swimsuit photo on her social media. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways January Jones 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!

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She Moderates Her Diet Without Restrictions

"I don't deprive myself of anything. If I want something—steak, a bagel—I'll eat it. There's no diet or strict set of rules," she once told Shape. "Aim for a combined seven – nine servings of fruits and vegetables each day provides a variety of antioxidants, b-vitamins, dietary fiber and a host of additional plant chemicals known to help prevent disease," says the Cleveland Clinic. "Eat a variety of orange carrots and oranges, red peppers, tomatoes, strawberries, raspberries, and peaches, purple plums, green celery, lettuce, and kiwis and yellow peppers and bananas. Choosing a rainbow of colors helps ensure a diverse intake of nutrients."

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She Uses Face Masks

UNIVERSAL CITY, CALIFORNIA – JUNE 26: January Jones attends CTAOP's Night Out on June 26, 2021 in Universal City, California. (Photo by Stefanie Keenan/Getty Images for CTAOP)

Speaking of skin, Jones uses hydrating face masks. "These are my current favorite masks for exfoliating and moisture," she once explained in an Instagram caption. "These change all the time depending on what my skin is needing, (factoring in weather, travel and stress)." "When it comes to skin care I tell all my patients that your priority should be cleansing, daily sunscreen and daily moisturizing," Shilpi Khetarpal, MD told the Cleveland Clinic. "But a face mask can be complimentary to a good skin care routine."

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Here's Her Workout

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – NOVEMBER 15: January Jones attends the 6th Annual InStyle Awards on November 15, 2021 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic)

"Lagree is quite difficult, but I've found that it's the only thing that really makes me feel stronger, and I'm loving it. The music is good and there's always a different routine, so it doesn't get boring. There are 10 of us in the class, and I like having women on both sides of me to push me. When I did the private Pilates lessons a couple of years ago, I just saw myself getting lazy with it because there wasn't that drive for competition. For me, that's what's motivating. If there's someone strong next to me, I definitely want to up my game. I find myself looking forward to it more than I've ever looked forward to a workout," she told Shape.

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She Likes Bubble Baths

LAGUNA BEACH, CALIFORNIA – OCTOBER 23: January Jones attends Oceana's 14th Annual SeaChange Summer Party hosted by Ted Danson on October 23, 2021 in Laguna Beach, California. (Photo by Rodin Eckenroth/Getty Images)

"Many people benefit from practices such as deep breathing, tai chi, yoga, meditation, mindfulness or being in nature. Set aside time for yourself," says the Mayo Clinic. "Get a massage, soak in a bubble bath, dance, listen to music, watch a comedy — whatever helps you relax. Maintaining a healthy lifestyle will help you manage stress. Eat a healthy diet, exercise regularly and get enough sleep. Make a conscious effort to spend less time in front of a screen — television, tablet, computer and phone — and more time relaxing."

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She Drinks Celery Juice

WEST HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA – MARCH 10: January Jones attends Children's Hospital Los Angeles Make March Matter Fundraising Campaign at Jonathan Simkhai on March 10, 2020 in West Hollywood, California. (Photo by Jerod Harris/Getty Images)

"Juicing extracts the juice from fresh fruits or vegetables. The liquid contains most of the vitamins, minerals and plant chemicals (phytonutrients) found in the fruit. However, whole fruits and vegetables also have healthy fiber, which is lost during most juicing," says the Mayo Clinic.

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