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Mara Cifuentes in Bathing Suit Says "Calm Down"

Here’s how she stays in shape.

Model Mara Cifuentes shared a new set of swimsuit photos on Instagram. In them, she posed in front of the pool wearing a red patterned strapless top and a yellow patterned bottom. Cifuentes' impressive figure was on display. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Mara Cifuentes 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

Cifuentes loves to go to the beach and the pool. She shares a lot of beach and pool photos on her Instagram. She loves to swim as a way to stay in shape. Cifuentes shared this photo of herself wading in the ocean and using a tree branch to support her. She also shared this photo of herself in a pool, captioning it, "In a movie."


She Walks

Cifuentes likes to walk as a way of staying in shape. Whenever she travels, she makes sure to walk around the local city. She shared these photos on Instagram of herself walking on 23rd Street in New York City. Cifuentes captioned the post, "Keep walking." She also shared these photos of herself in Washington Square Park, captioning it, "Winter."


She Savors Her Happiness

Cifuentes is all about feeling happy. She makes sure to savor the moments. Cifeuentes talked about this in the caption of this Instagram post. "What is good today, may not be tomorrow," she writes. "There is the value of the moment, there is the perfect present. The opportunity comes to you, you'll see if you ride it. Hold on tight, don't let go. Laugh… Weeps that each one has his time. Laugh… Cry, live your life, enjoy it all."


She Gets Her Vitamin D

"Vitamin D isn't naturally found in many foods, but you can get it from fortified milk, fortified cereal, and fatty fish such as salmon, mackerel and sardines. Your body also makes vitamin D when direct sunlight converts a chemical in your skin into an active form of the vitamin (calciferol)," says the Mayo Clinic. "The amount of vitamin D your skin makes depends on many factors, including the time of day, season, latitude and your skin pigmentation. Depending on where you live and your lifestyle, vitamin D production might decrease or be completely absent during the winter months. Sunscreen, while important to prevent skin cancer, also can decrease vitamin D production."


She Likes the Beach

"Swimming can improve mood in both men and women. For people with fibromyalgia, swimming can decrease anxiety, and exercise therapy in warm water can decrease depression and improve mood. Water-based exercise can improve the health of pregnant people and has a positive effect on the pregnant person's mental health. Parents of children with developmental disabilities find that recreational activities, such as swimming, improve family connections," says the CDC.

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