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Jimena Sanchez in Bathing Suit Says "Peace"

Here’s how she works out.

Fox Sports host Jimena Sanchez is enjoying a fun getaway at the Samora Luxury Resort, Mexico. Sanchez, who has been compared to Kim Kardashian in terms of her looks, shared a picture of herself posing in a black bathing suit and crop top, flashing the peace sign. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Sanchez 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!


Black Coffee

Sanchez starts her day with black coffee, which is shown to be beneficial for liver health. "We have a lot of evidence that coffee is good for the liver," says liver specialist Jamile Wakim-Fleming, MD. "Coffee is especially helpful when it comes to nonalcoholic fatty liver disease."


She Loves Seafood

Sanchez loves seafood such as lobster, which she adds to meals including pasta dishes. Shellfish are a great source of nutrients such as zinc, iron, and B12. Shellfish also tend to be low in calories, while containing protein and healthy fats.


Gym Bunny

Sanchez hits the gym for regular workout sessions. Research shows exercise is not only good for physical health, it can benefit mental and brain health too. Exercise also helps keep weight under control. "People often fixate on their cholesterol, blood sugar, and blood pressure numbers. But exercise is the dimension that moderates other risks," says Daniel Forman, MD.


Resistance Bands

Sanchez uses resistance bands for squats. "One of the best things you can do is practice the squat," says Joel Hardwick, ACSM EP-C, EIM2, an exercise physiologist at Piedmont Atlanta Fitness Center. "It's probably the most functional exercise, and the one that you probably need most in your life."



Sanchez loves hiking in the beautiful outdoors. "There's a lot of research that shows the effects of being in nature," says sports medicine physician Matthew Kampert, DO, MS. "Our bodies find that certain colors can be stressful while some are calming. So, being out in nature with lots of green is a great therapeutic environment."

Ferozan Mast
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