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Married at First Sight's Noi Phommasak Says "Divorce Feels Good"

Here’s how she stays fit.

Married at First Sight's Noi Phommasak is in a swimsuit and says "Divorce feels good." After marrying Steve Moy from the show's 14th and latest season, the couple broke up "a little while ago," according to Moy, who added he "was not expecting this announcement to happen today." (He said they were "incompatible" but would remain in touch.) Noi looked stunning and happy. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Noi Phommasak 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 Surfs

"Many 'extreme sports,' such as skateboarding, snowboarding, and wakeboarding, are known for different mental and physical health benefits. The objective of this review article is to summarize the distinctive health benefits provided by the extreme sport of surfing. Peer-reviewed journals regarding surfing's health benefits were reviewed in terms of physical benefits, mental benefits, the impact surfing can have on individuals with disabilities, and the effects of outdoor vs. indoor exercise. The results showed increased cardiovascular and muscular fitness related to surfing, improvement in the mental-wellbeing of 'at risk' young adults and veterans suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), significant health benefits for individuals with disabilities, and more positive mood from outdoor vs. indoor exercise," says one study.


She Dances

"Dancing is a popular form of physical exercise and studies have show that dancing can decrease anxiety, increase self-esteem, and improve psychological wellbeing," says one study. "Research shows that dancing can improve the areas of the brain that control memory and skills, such as planning and organising. It's also an ideal way to look after your mental health, and great for endorphins!," says another.


She Wrote Down Manifestations

Noi wrote down form "manifestations": "I want a soulmate who is kind, generous, nurturing, a gentleman who loves me unconditionally. I want a relationship where I am seen and honored. I want a love that sets my soul on fire and a love that inspired me and makes me eel like anything is possible. A lobr that is both liberating and limitless." "Dear no one, this is your love song ❤️ #thatsallshewrote #mondaymusings," she captioned it.


She Loves Dogs

Noi once wished a "Happy 14th birthday Sushi 😭 this dog is the love of my life 😭😭 you have made my life so wonderful 💕." "Animal shelters and rescue groups are brimming with happy, healthy pets just waiting for someone to take them home. Most shelter pets wound up there because of a human problem like a move or a divorce, not because the animals did anything wrong. Many are already house-trained and used to living with families," says the Humane Society.


She Loves the Beach

"In one study, analysis of census data collected in England revealed a positive association between health and wellbeing and living at the coast. Similarly, another study conducted by researchers at the Graduate School of Maritime Sciences in Japan found that, compared with those who live inland, seaside dwellers – and particularly elderly coastal residents – show higher positive psychological effects thanks to their proximity to the ocean," says SACAP.

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