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Maguire Grace Amundsen in Bathing Suit Says "Call Me Sandy"

Here’s how she stays fit.

Maguire Grace Amundsen, the CEO of the gracefull project and former executive assistant of Kylie Jenner Communications, emulates her former boss in one way: she's healthy as can be. She demonstrates just that in a new swimsuit photo. "You can call me sandy," she captioned it. How does she stay fit? Read on to see 5 ways Maguire Grace Amundsen in Bathing Suit Says "Call Me Sandy" 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 Drinks Matcha

The more we grow concerned about toxins in our environment, the more it makes sense to think seriously about making green tea part of our daily lives. In one study, researchers found that matcha–a powdered form of green tea–protects the body against liver and kidney damage. Another study published in the journal Biological Chemistry showed that green tea protected the liver from some of the oxidative stress brought on by alcohol.


She Paddleboards

"Board meeting," Maguire captioned a paddleboard photo. Stand up paddleboarding has great benefits. "Participating in SUP can be a fun and unique alternative to traditional cardiovascular endurance sports such as jogging, biking and swimming. It also provides adequate muscle stimulation to provide a core-training workout and a substantial balance challenge," says ACE Fitness


She Skis

"See you in Beijing 🇺🇸," she captioned a skiing photo. "The physical aspect is obvious, however many individuals, especially those that have never skied before, may not realize how much brain power goes into the sport. Skiing is a proprioceptive activity. Proprioception is an aspect of fitness that is defined as one's ability to feel the position of different body parts and the effort that goes into moving them," says the University of New Hampshire.


She Works Out Her Core

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Maguire shared a video of a "Tuesday" where she's doing tricep curls, her core super tight. Here's a core exercise you can try, from the Mayo Clinic: The Quadruped. "This core-strength exercise is called the quadruped:

  • Start on your hands and knees. Place your hands directly below your shoulders, and align your head and neck with your back.. Tighten your abdominal muscles.
  • Raise your right arm off the floor and reach ahead. Hold for three deep breaths. Lower your right arm and repeat with your left arm.
  • Raise your right leg off the floor. Tighten your trunk muscles for balance. Hold for three deep breaths. Lower your right leg and repeat with your left leg.
  • For added challenge, raise your left arm and your right leg at the same time. Repeat with your right arm and left leg."


She Hits the Sauna

"Sauna of my dreams," Maguire captioned a photo of just that. "Sauna bathing, an activity that has been a tradition in Finland for thousands of years and mainly used for the purposes of pleasure and relaxation, is becoming increasingly popular in many other populations. Emerging evidence suggests that beyond its use for pleasure, sauna bathing may be linked to several health benefits, which include reduction in the risk of vascular diseases such as high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease, and neurocognitive diseases; nonvascular conditions such as pulmonary diseases; mortality; as well as amelioration of conditions such as arthritis, headache, and flu," says the Mayo Clinic.

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