Leticia Bufoni in Bathing Suit Says "My Richness is Life"
Brazilian-American skateboarder Leticia Bufoni is a California girl through and through: She shared an Instagram reel of herself skateboarding down the street during a beautiful Los Angeles sunset, wearing a tiny bathing suit. "My Richness Is Life" 💙," she captioned the post. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Bufoni 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!
Training Every Day
Bufoni skates for three to four hours a day, plus training sessions. "Every day we do a couple hours of training and then PT," she says. "We do a lot of training—functional training, balance training—and stretching. PT helps everything move better."
Bufoni tries to stay vegan/vegetarian. "I tried to be a vegan for a little bit, it only lasted three months because I started traveling a lot," she says. "Sometimes you go to places like China and there's no options. So I eat cheese. I don't drink milk, I don't eat eggs. But sometimes when I'm traveling for long and I can't find tofu or Impossible Burger, I just eat fish. But that's once in a while. Even in LA, I try to stay 100% vegetarian/vegan. But when I'm traveling it's a little bit harder."
Oatmeal and Fruit
Bufoni's typical breakfast consists of oatmeal, granola, and a banana. "Whole grains are beneficial and healthy foods, and I can say that oatmeal is definitely beneficial," says Qi Sun, assistant professor of nutrition at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Assuming there is no added sugar, "eating oatmeal for breakfast is a good choice."
She Loves exercise
Bufoni genuinely enjoys exercise. "I love working out, so I'll pretty much do everything," she says. "Most of the exercise I do is focused on skateboarding, so I do balance training, a lot of stretching, along with ankle and hip mobility."
Wake-Surfing To Relax
Even during Bufoni's down-time she stays active. "When I'm really sore from skating and training, I go to the lake," she says. "If I'm really tired or if I skated a lot, I'll just take the day off and go to the lake and go wake-surfing. That's my third favorite sport, besides skateboarding and soccer. You're in the water and wake-surfing is super easy on the body and you're swimming. You're still active. If you want to recover and just stay home and do nothing, it only gets worse. So you have to stay active."