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Jordynne Grace in Bathing Suit Asks "Did I Finally Do it Right?"

Here’s how she stays in shape.

Jordynne Grace is one of the most well-known female wrestlers right now. She's currently a cast member of IMPACT Wrestling. She also isn't afraid of showing off her body. Grace just shared a new reel of herself posing in a bathing suit. Her impressive muscles were on display. She captioned it, "Did I finally do it right?" How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Jordynne Grace 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 Weight Trains

Being a wrestler, Grace naturally likes to do weight training to stay in shape. She shares a lot of videos on Instagram of herself using weights. In this one, Grace is seen doing exercises like bicep curls and lateral pulldowns. She captioned it, "You start your fitness journey wanting to get as toned as possible. A year later, you realize you want to be able to bench press a tractor."


She Works Out Her Back

Grace makes sure to work out her entire body. One part she does a lot of is back workouts. She shared this gym video on Instagram. In it, she is seen doing pull downs and body curls. She captioned it, "Just needed to post a back day reel."


She Does Yoga

Grace doesn't just do weight and muscle building workouts. She tells Muscle and Fitness that she loves to do yoga. "It's very difficult to lift heavy alongside professional wrestling so I started taking up yoga," she says. "Just because in the past year or so, doing the powerlifting competitions with wrestling has just been crazy. With the yoga, I've been trying to get my body back into feeling better." 


She's All About Self Love

Grace has a lot of confidence in herself. She revealed her process to Muscle and Fitness. "One of the most important things to understand is that loving your body is really a process, it's a day-to-day thing," says Grace. "Look at your body as a whole, as opposed to 'I hate how fat my thighs are' or 'I hate my stomach' and stuff like that. Be cognisant of all the things that your body does for you on a daily basis and once you realise that it becomes ten times easier to love yourself."


She Works Out On A Regular Basis

Grace makes sure to work out as often as she can. She tells Muscle and Fitness, "I usually try to get in the gym every day. If it's not an intense day then I'll try to do some kind of mobility training, but I try to go at least once per day. Recently I've been doing twice-a-day because I really hate doing cardio. I'm sure a lot of people can relate to that, so I try to split that up to a different time in the day."

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