Ninel Conde in Bathing Suit Channels "Titanic"
Actress and singer Ninel Conte got to channel her favorite movie, Titanic, recently. Conte posted a photo on Instagram of herself spending time on a boat. Conte wore a white one piece swimsuit with a black mesh cover up, her impressive figure on display. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Ninel Conte 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!
Being a performer and singer, Conte has to learn and practice dances for her performances. She also posts a lot of videos on Instagram of herself dancing. While dancing might not be seen by people as an exercise, it has a lot of benefits for your body. Exercise physiologist, Catherine Cram, MS, tells WebMD that dancing has a lot of benefits. "Dance is a weight-bearing activity which builds bones, it's also wonderful for your upper-body and strength."
She Gets Outside
Conte is a big fan of going outside and getting fresh air. She has posted a lot of photos of herself enjoying the sunshine, whether it's at the beach, on a boat, or at the pool.
She Lifts Weights
In this reel from her Instagram, Conte is seen lifting hand weights to work out. While lifting weights is usually seen as a male-focused exercise, it has a lot of benefits for women. According to a post from Integris Health, lifting weights can help women increase bone density, and can prevent osteoporosis. "Weight-bearing exercise puts stress on the bones — not too much stress, but enough to cause the bone to strengthen. This can prevent osteoporosis, which affects 10 million Americans. Women are particularly prone to osteoporosis as they age, so it's even more important for aging women."
She Works With A Trainer
Conte works out with a perforan trainer and posted this reel with him, while the two were at the gym. Using a personal trainer can have a lot of benefits for your health and working out. Sports dietician and certified strength and conditioning specialist, Marie Spano, MS, RD, tells WebMD that working with a trainer can help you prevent injuries and maintain your form. "Your personal trainer can work with your doctor or physical therapist to assess injuries and modify exercises to help get you back up and running." Spano says that trainers can make sure that their clients are doing the exercises correctly, which can prevent pain and injuries.
She Stays Motivated
Conte says that she is all about staying motivated to stay active. She posted this reel on Instagram of herself staying motivated to work out with her trainer. She hashtagged the reel "#MondayMotivation."