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María León in Bathing Suit Says "See You Soon"

Here’s how she stays in shape.

María León is a successful actress, known for her work in films like The Sleeping Voice, Brain Drain, and The Japon. León just shared a stunning new set of photos on Instagram. In them, she posed on a balcony in a swimsuit. León's impressive figure was on display. She captioned the post, "Music is beautiful also for its pauses and silences… 🤍 🌊 🎶 See you soon." How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways María León 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 Dances

León is an avid dancer. She even competed on and won a season of Mira Quien Baila. León shared a bunch of dance and rehearsal photos and videos on Instagram from the season. In this photo set, she and her partner danced a Charleston, captioning it, "I have so much love for this dance and all it means."


She Pole Dances

León doesn't just ballroom dance. She also likes to pole dance. León posts a lot of videos on Instagram of herself pole dancing. She shared this video of herself doing this for a shoot, captioning it, "This team is amazing …Thanks for capturing aerial shots. 🤍 🤍🏽 'I can if I want, I'm not going to give up, I'm…'"


She Works With A Trainer

León, like many, works with trainers to help her stay in shape. She shared this set of photos on Instagram of herself doing a session at the gym with a trainer. León captioned the post, "Today @coachino.madrizaasiatica #madrizaasiatica Trained with the best #parejadegym @lamamacuerva 😍🫶🏽 Double fire Wednesday."


She Works Hard

León doesn't make excuses when it comes to working out, and she makes sure to work hard. She opened up about this in the caption of this workout video she posted on Instagram. "There are no secrets. Failure and attempt are the basis of 'I can now' .💪🏽Throw many stones into the river, one will make you ducklings."


She Gets Some Vitamin D

"The sun's ultraviolet radiation (UV) is the main cause of skin cancer and the best natural source of vitamin D. There is a balance between the risk of skin cancer from too much sun exposure and maintaining adequate vitamin D levels," says Better Health. "Vitamin D levels change naturally with the seasons. The amount of UV exposure you need depends on the time of year, UV levels, your skin type and existing vitamin D levels."

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