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Marina Squerciati in Bathing Suit Says "Now You See Me"

This is why she loves to train hard.

Chicago P.D. star Marina Squerciati is enjoying a trip to Israel. Squerciati, 39, shared an Instagram reel of herself floating in the Dead Sea wearing a red one-piece swimsuit, and a picture of herself coming out covered in mud. "Dead Sea. Now you see me…," she captioned the post. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Squerciati 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!


Out-Training Her Sweet Tooth

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Squerciati loves training with weights at the gym. "I really love going to the gym because I have a ginormous sweet addiction," she says. "I have to keep that in check. I don't like training lightly, I like to train hard and put all my body into it. I want to lift heavy weights. I want to do what footballers do. I go to Performance Training Systems, which a couple other cast members go to. It's an amazing training place."


Indoor Rock Climbing

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Squerciati enjoys indoor rock climbing, which is a great full-body workout that's also fun. "Climbing + making friends at @brooklynboulders!" she captioned an Instagram picture of herself climbing a wall. "Everyone has been so friendly and helpful as I learn to climb. A big THANK YOU to my new climbing community!"


Weight Training

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Squerciati uses weights as part of her workouts. "Strength training, in particular, has bone benefits beyond those offered by aerobic weight-bearing exercise," says Harvard Health. "It targets bones of the hips, spine, and wrists, which are the sites most likely to fracture."


Work-Life Balance

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Squerciati tries to balance her work life with being a mother. "It's the balance that most working moms deal with," she says. "It's a really hard dance to work and be a parent. There's a couple of times where I show up late to work and [Sergeant] Voight [Jason Beghe] shoots me a look. It's just a matter of doing everything 80 percent well. I don't think — since I'm a mom — I get everything 100 percent right. I'm late. I sometimes have food at the bottom of my bag, like apple sauce on everything. You do the best you can."


Drugstore Cleanser

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Squerciati uses basic drugstore products to cleanse her skin. "To clean my face, I always use Cetaphil," she says. "I've tried pricey face-washes and I always get burned. Not literally, but I end up breaking out. So, I'm a die hard $10 Cetaphil girl. To take makeup off, I use a wipe first, though. I was at Whole Foods recently, they had these wipes for $3.95 called Alba Botanica Hawaiian at the checkout counter. It smells like I'm rubbing pineapple on my face and I like it."

Ferozan Mast
Ferozan Mast is a science, health and wellness writer with a passion for making science and research-backed information accessible to a general audience. Read more
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