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Naomi Osaka in Bathing Suit is "Glowing"

Here’s how she stays fit.

Naomi Osaka is known for being fit—both physically fit and protecting her mental health. She recently took a day to enjoy the beach and share some swimsuit photos. "The Haitian and FL in me allows me to be able to stay at the beach for the whole day and not get tired lol," she captioned it. "Glowing," commented her sunscare brand, KINLÒ. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Naomi Osaka 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 Reset Herself

Osaka went public with her bouts with depression and social anxiety. "It was important to me to be public because … I think it gives me clarity," Osaka, 24, said in an interview with Good Morning America. "Just saying out loud that I'll take a break and I'll come back when I am truly in love with the sport and I know what I want to do here; it gave me time to reset myself."


She Drinks Smoothies


"Typically, when I wake up in the morning, the first thing I do is drink a smoothie that my trainer Yutaka [Nakamura] makes me. It has kale, spinach, coconut Bodyarmor Lyte," she told PureWow. "I feel like it has kiwi in it." That kale is key. "Kale is a nutrition superstar due to the amounts of vitamins A, K, B6 and C, calcium, potassium, copper and manganese it contains. One cup of raw kale has just 33 calories and only 7 grams of carbohydrate. So, it's a very diabetes-friendly/weight-friendly vegetable,' says the Mayo Clinic.


This is Her Go-To Snack

"If I snack during the day, maybe I eat an onigiri with umeboshi in it or mixed nuts," she told PureWow. "I would say I don't snack that often, but — for example — I'll eat the onigiri right after I practice and then have the nuts after a gym session." Onigiti is a Japanese food made from white rice and formed into a shape, like a ball or pyramid.


She Does Leg Workouts

"I know that my leg work will translate to success on the court," she has said. Try the leg press. "The leg press is an exercise you can do with a weight machine to work various muscles in the lower body, including the quadriceps muscles, the gluteal muscles, the hamstring muscles and the calf muscles," says the Mayo Clinic


She Journals for Self-Care

"When you use your journal to write down your goals, you can keep better track of your intentions. This will help you stay accountable and serve as a reminder of what you need to do to accomplish them. Be sure to get specific," says Kaiser Permanente. "Sometimes negative thoughts and emotions can run on a loop in our heads. This can be stressful when you're dealing with a challenging situation — it can even make your present situation feel worse. But if you stop and put your emotions down on paper, it can help you release negative thoughts from your mind. As you write, you may even come up with a solution you hadn't thought of before."


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