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Paulina Gretzky in Bathing Suit Channels Baywatch

She loves golf and dancing. 

Paulina Gretzky is the daughter of hockey legend, and "The Great One," Wayne Gretzky. Gretzky is also an actress, who's appeared in Fame and Grown-Ups 2, and a singer. She's also known for her incredible body and figure, as evidenced this Halloween, when she dressed as a Baywatch beauty. Read on to see 5 ways Paulina Gretzky 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!


She Believes in Moderation


Gretzky says that her diet is all about moderation. She tells Golf Digest, "It's as simple as Everything in Moderation. I'll eat pizza and cheeseburgers, but I won't do it every day."


She Watches Workout Videos


With Gretzky's busy schedule, she doesn't always have time to go to the gym. Gretzky tells Golf Digest that she watches workout videos online when she gets too busy. "Now I'm doing workout videos every day. If you don't want to go to the gym and would rather work out alone, all you have to do is find a workout on YouTube."


She Plays Golf

Gretzky tells Golf Digest that she's been playing golf since she was a kid. Her parents even put her in golf camps when she was young. Gretzky admits that while she's not amazing at the sport, she still loves it, and is motivated to get better. "The first swing I took in my dad's tournament, I whiffed it in front of 30 people. It was probably the best thing that ever happened to me because I'm really competitive like my mom and dad, and it made me want to keep trying."


She Tries A Lot of Different Exercises

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Gretzky has tried a lot of exercises in her life. She tells Golf Digest, "I used to run every day, and I absolutely loved it. It was like meditation for me. I also loved kickboxing. What really kept me in great shape was dancing."


She Stays Dedicated to Her Wellness Plan

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Gretzky tells Golf Digest that she makes sure to stay dedicated to her wellness routine, no matter how difficult or how busy she gets. "But it's really 70-percent diet and 30-percent working out. It's all about fitting in some exercise wherever you are," she says.

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