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Joana Sanz in Bathing Suit Enjoys "24 Degrees"

Here’s how she stays in shape.

Joana Sanz is a model, and she shares a lot of gorgeous posts on social media. Sanz shared a new photo on her Instagram story this week. In it, she sunbathed wearing a black swimsuit. Sanz's impressive figure was on display. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Joana Sanz 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 Paddleboards

Sanz spends a lot of time outside. She loves to spend time by the water. One thing Sanz likes to do to stay in shape when she goes to the beach is paddleboard. She shared this set of photos and videos on Instagram of herself and a friend paddlebording in the Balearic Islands. Sanz captioned the post, "Adding summers together 👯‍♀️ I love you sister 💝Next destiny?"


She Swims

One thing Sanz likes to do to stay in shape when she goes outside is swim. She shares a lot of posts on Instagram of herself by the pool or at the beach. Sanz shared this photo and video of herself splashing in a pool. She captioned the post, "Officially on vacation 🍹!!! Thank you life for every day."


She's Optimistic

Sanz is an optimist. She opened up about this in the caption of these pool photos she posted on Instagram. "Focus on what does you good, what makes you progress. Surround yourself with people who love you well and better. @silviaboschmunoz look at the whatsapp I want to travel."


She Horseback Rides

Sanz is taking horseback riding lessons. She shared this photo and video on Instagram of herself riding. Sanz captioned the post, "Lucky me to be instructed by a jumping champion." A study at Texas A&M reports that riding has a lot of benefits. "The study included 20 individuals completing three riding tests: a 45-minute walk-trot-canter ride, a reining pattern and a cutting pattern while wearing a telemetric gas analyzer.  Heart rate, respiratory frequency, pulmonary ventilation, oxygen consumption and carbon dioxide production were among several items evaluated. The study revealed energy expenditure and heart rate responses were greater for reining and cutting than for the walk-trot-canter ride. The researchers concluded that the results of the study 'provide novel information about exercise intensity values for horseback activities and differences among riding disciplines measured in real time using a portable system.'"


She Loves Salmon

Joana Sanz/Instagram

Sanz makes sure to eat healthy. She even has an Instagram story highlight dedicated to some of her favorite healthy meals. One thing she likes to eat is salmon. In one photo, Sanz enjoys a plate of salmon and rice. reports that salmon has a lot of benefits. "Salmon is an excellent food source for the heart and brain. Medical studies have found that taking 0.45 to 4.5 grams of omega-3 fatty acids can significantly improve heart function, lower blood pressure, and reduce inflammation. The fish also contributes to cognitive health due to the presence of DHA—a type of omega-3 fatty acid."

Anna Bechtel
Anna Bechtel is a freelance writer currently based in Hamden, CT. Read more
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