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Ludivine Reding in Bathing Suit is "Starting to Look Forward to the Holidays"

Here’s how she stays in shape.

Actress Ludivine Reding just shared a stunning photo on Instagram this week. In it, she posed in front of a mirror in a blue two-piece swimsuit. Her impressive abs were on display. She captioned the post, "I'm starting to really look forward to vacation." How does the stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Ludivine Reding 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 Hikes

Reding spends a lot of time outside. She does a lot of outdoor activities to stay in shape. One thing she enjoys doing is going hiking. Reding shares a lot of posts on Instagram of herself hiking in different places. She shared this set of photos of herself hiking in a field in Albania. She captioned the post, "Valbone – Theth trail."


She Skies

Reding doesn't just go outside when it's sunny and warm out. She also enjoys the cold and snowy weather. One thing Reding likes to do to stay in shape is go skiing. She shares a lot of posts on Instagram of herself on the slopes. Reding shared these photos and this video of herself skiing in Quebec. She captioned the post, "Very comfortable and in control in the descents."


She Swims

Another outdoor activity Reding likes to do to stay in shape is going swimming. At the end of 2022, she took a trip to El Salvador. She made sure to spend time in the water while she was there. Reding shared this set of photos from the trip. In the first one in that series, she is seen wading in a pool. Reding captioned the post, "Ending the year in the best way possible."


She Walks Her Dog

Reding is a dog lover. She owns a pup who she prominently features on Instagram. Reding's dog is often seen with her on adventures. She likes to go on walks and play with her dog. Reding shared this photo of her boyfriend and her dog spending time outside. Owning a dog has a lot of benefits. The American Cancer Society reports, "Owning a dog can help you live longer. A comprehensive review of studies published between 1950 and 2019 found that dog owners had a lower risk of death. Studies suggest that dog owners have lower blood pressure levels and improved responses to stress."


She Gets Her Vitamin D

"Getting some sun may also shake off the wintertime blues: Research suggests that light hitting your skin, not just your eyes, helps reverse seasonal affective disorder (SAD). Moreover, being outside gets us golfing, gardening, and engaging in other types of physical activity," says Harvard Health.

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