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Monica Bertini in Bathing Suit is "Wonderful"

Here’s how she stays so fit.

Journalist Monica Bertini is in a bathing suit and loving life. "F🐚O🐠R☀️M🌊E🫧N 🏝T🌸E🐟R🪸A," she captioned a photo. (Recently, she shared another amazing shot captioned: "•••I☀️B🌊I🌈Z🍒A•••." In each pic, Monica looked firm and fit. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Monica Bertini 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 Loves Sunny Days

Monica is frequently posing outside in the sun or near the water. "No, non sono in vacanza…

Ma mi piace immaginarlo 🌊☀️ 🛟#estate #summer #2022 #mare #sea #sole #sun #picoftheday #pic #me #memories #monicabertini #sunnyday #happyday #holiday," she captioned a new photo. (Rough translation: "No, I'm not on vacation …

But I like to imagine it 🌊☀️#summer #summer # 2022 #mare #sea #sun #sun #picoftheday #pic #me #memories #monicabertini #sunnyday #happyday #holiday")


She Takes Care of Her Body

"I take great care of my body on an aesthetic level: I look for the best creams, I do mud baths, I love massages and often … I massage myself. The truth is that being a curious person and having tried different types, over and over again, I also learned how to perform them professionally. And therefore not only were the friends satisfied, but I myself apply what I have understood and experienced on myself," she has said.


She Indulges but Carefully

""And who ever said to give up. Maybe I'll be more careful in the following days but I don't want to do without one of the pleasures of life. I'm a fan of carbohydrates: pasta in its most varied facets, pizza, focaccia. goodness. And then the desserts: I'm really greedy. Obviously it's the quantity that makes the difference. I eat without excess but with taste," she has said.


She Likes to Go for a Run

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Monica likes to run outdoors. "It lowers your risk of heart attack or stroke. It's good for your bones, blood pressure, and your brain. As you exercise more vigorously—stepping up from walking to running—you will boost cardio and pulmonary fitness. At the same pace, running burns 20% more calories than a brisk walk," says Harvard Health.


She Loves Dogs


"It probably doesn't come as a surprise that owning a dog requires a little bit of energy. Dogs have to be walked and exercised, which means dog owners are out there getting more physical activity than people without dogs. Older people are more likely to take regular walks with a dog than they are with a human, according to one study. Another found that 60% of dog owners who took their dogs for regular walks were considered to get regular moderate or vigorous exercise based on federal standards," says the Animal Health Foundation. Monica postes a series of photos with her favorite pooches, captioning it:

"Special guests #specialguests :

🐶 NINA, la dolce – #nina

🐾 EMMA, la "piccola" peste – #emma

🐕 DIANA, la perfezione – #diana

🐾 BEA, la padrona di casa – #bea

🐺 il Signor TITO, il nonno – #tito"

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