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Jessica Cediel in Bathing Suit Says "I Saw You Online"

Here’s how she stays fit.

Jessica Cediel, the Colombian TV presenter and model, just posted a brand new video to Instagram, and she's her usual wink-wink self. Cediel posed in front of a mirror in a pink bathing suit, in the classic selfie position. She captioned the video, "I know it's not time to call but I saw you online." How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Jessica Cediel 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 Uses Hand Weights

In this Instagram video, Cediel revealed some of her favorite workouts to her followers. In the video, she is seen doing lateral lifts, and dancing with the weights in her hands. She humorously captioned the video, "Who else gets confused exercising? Train, sing, dance, smile, repeat." Here's a quick handweight exercise from personal trainer Mark Langowski:

1 leg deadlift into biceps curl and shoulder press.

Men; use 12-20lb db's, Women Use 5-10lb db's.

"Grasp a dumbbell in each hand, palms facing inward. Standing on one leg, tilt at the waist, keeping your back from rounding, and lower your chest toward the floor until your back is parallel to the ground. Exhale as you slowly come up and, at the top of movement, curl the weights up to your shoulders, then press them overhead. Do 8 repetitions for each leg."


She Swims

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Cediel likes to go swimming. In fact, she recently received the exciting opportunity to go swimming with dolphins in Cabo San Lucas. She posted this photo and this video on Instagram of herself interacting with the dolphins in the water. "Water is significantly denser than air — by almost 800 times. That means you can build muscle strength as you move through water. One study found that a long-term water exercise program was actually more effective than working out on land to build muscle strength," says the Mayo Clinic.


She Catches Some Rays

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Twn minutes of sun can be good for you each day because it provides vitamin D. "Vitamin D is a nutrient your body needs for building and maintaining healthy bones," says the Mayo Clinic. "That's because your body can only absorb calcium, the primary component of bone, when vitamin D is present. Vitamin D also regulates many other cellular functions in your body. Its anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and neuroprotective properties support immune health, muscle function and brain cell activity."


Love Yourself, She Urges

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"Each of us has different purposes. Love yourself, respect yourself, value yourself and treat yourself as a priority. Don't compare yourself. FOCUS ON YOU. Sow today so that tomorrow you will reap the fruits of your effort. Change your mentality, start the transformation from the inside and you will see how you reflect it outside," she once captioned a post.


She Loves Her Father


"Today I am super emotional and I think that now I am finally going to talk about this thing that many of you have asked me about, my dad," she said on air in 2021. He has Parkinson's.  "My dad has a lot of fans around here, I love him, he's the best dad in the world….I think that many people who have a family member with special health conditions will understand me, I wanted to comment on this, until today I feel like sharing it and telling them that they definitely love their relatives, love their parents, children, cousins, someone who has a special health condition."

Anna Bechtel
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