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Nesrin Cavadzade in Bathing Suit Says "I Thought I'd Open the Season"

Here’s how she stays in shape.

Actress Nesrin Cavadzade shared a new set of swimsuit photos this week. In them, she stood by the pool in a blue swimsuit with a cut-out. She captioned the post, "I decided to open the season before Fedon." How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Nesrin Cavadzade 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 Works Hard

Cavadzade opened up about her life and career in an interview with Women's Fitness. She says that working out and working hard are things that are important to her. Cavadzade says that this also sets her apart. "I think I am one of the fittest women of my generation. This is actually an extension of my hardworking production."


She Wants To Empower Women

Cavadzade was asked about her image in her Women's Fitness interview. She says that she wants to use it as a way of empowering others. "I love this image. Because this is the dress I prefer to wear, the jacket! But it's completely 'Is this really your prose?' If you say no, it's not. Because I just like this image. Thanks to this image, I both give myself strength, overcome my fears, and also think that I empower women. As long as they don't misunderstand me and they're not angry."


She's Comfortable With Herself

Cavadzade is all about having self-confidence. In her Women's Fitness interview, she was asked if she ever got self-conscious. She answered "no", and encouraged others to develop the same attitude. "It never happens! As women, we are so cornered about being attractive. Almost every moment of us is self-censorship. That's why for me, a woman who has not been forced to hide her charm, is a stance to be proud of."


She Gets Some Sun

Sunshine is a great source of vitamin D. "You can get vitamin D in a variety of ways, including:

  • Sun exposure on your skin (however, people with darker skin and older people may not get enough vitamin D through sunlight. Your geographical location may also prevent adequate vitamin D exposure through sunlight).
  • Through the food you eat.
  • Through nutritional supplements," says the Cleveland Clinic.


She Remains Chill

"I embrace more of who I am now. I am peaceful, happy and calm," she told Hello. "Once you've learned which situations affect your self-esteem, notice your thoughts about them. This includes what you tell yourself (self-talk) and how you view the situations," says the Mayo Clinic. "Your thoughts and beliefs might be positive, negative or neutral. They might be rational, based on reason or facts. Or they may be irrational, based on false ideas."

Anna Bechtel
Anna Bechtel is a freelance writer currently based in Hamden, CT. Read more
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