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Jenna Berman Shares First Swimsuit Photo in 10 Weeks

She loves her carbs.

Model and influencer Jenna Berman is back to doing what she does best—posting swimsuit photos on her social media. Berman, the doctor's physician and ex-girlfriend of Nick Bosa, shared a picture of herself posing in a hot pink bikini with matching lipstick, posing against a background of greenery and blue skies. "Oh hi," she captioned the post, much to the appreciation of her many followers. "Barbie?" a fan commented. So how does she look like that? Here are 5 ways this model stays fit and confident, and takes care of her health. 



Riding Her Bike

Berman loves riding a bike outside in the fresh air. "Many people feel a lot of tension about working out, losing weight and lowering their blood pressure," says certified fitness instructor ShaNay Norvell. "Outdoor exercise is enjoyable and feels more like play than a chore."


Lifting Weights

Berman lifts weights at the gym as part of her workout regimen. "It's not just cardiovascular exercise, such as running or aerobics, that can benefit your heart," says Emma Mitchell, a physiotherapist at Bupa UK. "Strength training is also good for your heart health. Some studies have shown that just one hour of weightlifting per week can reduce your risk of having a heart attack or stroke as you get older. This may be because strength training can help to reduce your blood pressure and might lower your risk of obesity too."


Carb Queen


Berman is not a carb-avoider, and loves pasta dishes. "Carbohydrates are our body's main source of energy," says Julia Zumpano, RD, LD. "For most people, carbs are an essential macronutrient that provides the energy to get through a busy day… People often say that carbs are fattening. But complex carbohydrates, like whole grains, are not fattening foods."


Resistance Band Workouts

Berman travels with resistance bands so she can get a quick workout wherever she is. "With any type of exercise, you have to maintain proper form and posture, just like you would if you were using an exercise machine," says exercise physiologist Christopher Travers, MS. "And the reps and resistance may change based on the individual. Just take your muscles to fatigue to get the most out of a session."


On the Move

Like most influencers, Berman loves to travel around the world. "Traveling for pleasure can contribute to subjective well-being because people have more opportunities to detach from their work environment, to experience new things, and to control what they want to do during vacations," says Paul Simeone, PhD, Vice President and Medical Director of Behavioral Health with Lee Health. "There's ample research to support that positive travel experiences can make a person healthier, can strengthen their relationships, and benefits their overall wellness."

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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