Nina Dobrev in Bathing Suit Celebrates Pal's Birthday
Nina Dobrev wished her good friend, Pilates guru Mary Miller, a happy birthday on her Instagram stories. Dobrev posted photos of the two of them enjoying a beach day, and rocking bathing suits. Read on to see 5 ways Nina Dobrev 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 Bikini Photos!
On her most recent Instagram post, Dobrev is seen snowboarding. Dobrev is currently dating snowboarder Shaun White, so it makes sense that she's a fan of the sport. "Skiing and snowboarding are great cardiovascular exercises that can help families burn some serious calories and lose weight. The ultimate number burned per hour is based on weight and proficiency, but according to Harvard Medical School, someone who is 185 pounds burns 266 calories in 30 minutes of downhill skiing. Beginners can get an extra calorie burn by walking up the slope rather than using the ski lift. And, for the advanced skiers, the steeper the slope, the more calories burned because the body has to work harder to keep balanced. Believe it or not the cold weather also contributes to added calorie burn, since the body is forced to work harder to raise its own body temperature," says Visit PA.
She Horseback Rides
At the beginning of the year, Dobrev spent time in Montana. While she was there, she posted photos of herself horseback riding on Instagram. She also posted a humorous video of herself spending time with a horse.
Dobrev is a big fan of biking, and didn't let the COVID-19 pandemic stop her from biking with her friends. She posted this photo on Instagram of herself biking with friends, and captioned it, "Friends that [socially distant] bike ride together, stay [safe] together."
Dobrev is a big fan of going to the beach and enjoying the water, and she also loves to snorkel while she's there. Dobrev posted this video of herself snorkeling on Instagram, with the caption, "Seal you later."
She Does Yoga
Dobrev loves to do yoga, and posted this photo of herself doing a pose at Lions Head Mountain. "Should we head back down? Namaste right here." "Yoga has many styles, forms and intensities. Hatha yoga, in particular, may be a good choice for stress management. Hatha is one of the most common styles of yoga, and beginners may like its slower pace and easier movements. But most people can benefit from any style of yoga — it's all about your personal preferences," says the Mayo Clinic.