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Karoline Lima in Bathing Suit is "Beautiful"

Here’s how she stays in shape.

Model Karoline Lima shared a new swimsuit photo on Instagram this week. In it, she lay by the pool, wearing a black bathing suit and red wrap. She captioned the post, "Amputation of foot for personal reasons." How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Karoline Lima 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 Swims

Lima spends a lot of time in the water. She has a lot of photos on Instagram of herself either at the beach or the pool. She likes to swim to stay in shape. Lima shared this photo of herself wading in the waves at sunset. She captioned the post, "Happy and light as if there's no strife amen." She also shared these photos of herself wading in the ocean, captioning it, "Wonder where I am?"


She Rides Jet-Skis

Swimming isn't the only activity Lima does at the beach to stay active. She likes to get her heart racing and adrenaline flowing. Lima likes to ride jet-skis at the beach. Lima posted this set of photos on Instagram of herself jet-skiing in Praia das Toninhas. She captioned the post, "Fucking beautiful you know."


She Plays With Dogs

Lima is a dog lover. She owns two Pomeranians, and she prominently features them on her Instagram. Lima posted this photo of herself carrying her dogs outside. She captioned the post, "Can I make a frame of this picture? Full moon." She also shared this photo with her dogs, captioning it, "Oreo and Luquinhas passing by to send you a kiss."


She Benefits From the Sun

"Sometimes a little bit of sunshine is the best medicine. A walk in the park or a bike ride probably puts you in a good mood, and a moderate amount of sun is also good for your physical health. While you're outside soaking up rays, your body is busy making vitamin D. That's good news, because this hormone that's boosted by exposure to sunlight plays an important role in women's health," says Johns Hopkins.


She Loves the Beach

"Beaches provide many recreational opportunities for millions of people. Boating, fishing, swimming, walking, beachcombing, bird-watching, playing and sunbathing are among the common activities beachgoers enjoy. Beaches provide protection to residents living near the ocean by acting as a buffer against the high winds and waves of powerful storms or rough seas," says the EPA.

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