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Mónica Godoy in Bathing Suit Says "We Had a Good Time"

Here’s how she stays in shape.

Monica Godoy just shared a new set of photos on Instagram for Throwback Thursday. She decided to post some behind the scenes moments from a photoshoot. In them, Godoy posed in a black bathing suit. She captioned it, "Years ago we did this production for the Missing Light Magazine, on a beautiful island in Brazil, Angra Dos Reis. Swipe right to see some of the team in action. Wow we had a good time." How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Monica Godoy 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 Walks

Godoy spends a lot of time outside. She shares a lot of photos of herself doing different outdoor activities on Instagram. One thing she likes to do is go on walks. She shared this photo of herself on an autumn walk. Godoy captioned it, "Good day! Good Monday! Have a good week dears! Autumn trails I walked."


She Bikes

Another outdoor activity Godoy enjoys doing is going biking. She shared this photo on Instagram of herself riding by the water. She captioned it, "Domingo." Godoy also likes to bike with her kids. She shared this photo of her family doing a ride together. She captioned it, "3 hours ride through Santiago with my cyclists."


She Swims

Godoy likes to spend time by the water. One thing she enjoys doing is going swimming. She posts a lot of photos on Instagram of herself enjoying a dip. She posted this photo of herself at a lake. Godoy captioned it, "Nature divine treasure."


She Sails

Godoy doesn't just like to swim when she goes to the water. She also enjoys sailing. Godoy shared this video on Instagram of herself sailing. She captioned it, "I want to see you like this. Heading to Pucon?" "The study results are ticking up: spending time outdoors seems to have discernible benefits for physical and mental health. Granted, some are merely by association and can be achieved by other means, perhaps while indoors, but often only with a good deal more trouble and expense," says Harvard Health.


She's Positive

Godoy is all about positivity. She talked about it in the caption of this Instagram post. "WELCOME SPRING. May this change of season bring us pure beautiful things!! Positive mind put wendy no more! Spring hugs darlings." "There is power in positive thinking. Positive emotions are linked with better health, longer life, and greater well-being. On the other hand, chronic anger, worry, and hostility increase the risk of developing heart disease," says Harvard Health. "Try savoring pleasure: placing your attention on pleasure as it occurs and consciously enjoying the experience as it unfolds."

Anna Bechtel
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