Sabrina Salerno in Bathing Suit Says "Keep on Fighting"
Sabrina Salerno, the Italian singer, just posed in a bathing suit is quoting singer Jeanne Mas. "Ah / Que d'insolence / Dans le silence / Qui trouble ton innocence / Un jeu mêlé de souffrances / Comme un guerrier que l'on blesse / Se cache dans son rêve / Se masque de tout son courage / Sans cesse continue le combat / Toute première fois . Jeanne Mas ❤️," she captioned her new photo. Rough translation: "Oh / How insolent / In the silence / that disturbs your innocence / A game of pain / Like a wounded warrior / hides in his dream / Masks himself with all his courage / Keep on fighting / Very first time. Jeanne Mas ❤️" How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Sabrina Salerno 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 Drinks Tomato Juice
Sabrina once touted drinking tomato juice. "From the oldest café in the world … tomato juice, very spicy and with a lot of lemon …," she said. "They're good for you, too. Tomatoes are rich in antioxidants, including lycopene. They contain potassium, vitamin C and are a source of fiber," says the Mayo Clinic.
She Loves to Swim
"Nuvole … ☁️," she captioned a swimsuit photo once, in a pool. "Swimming is easy on the joints, and it's very good for both cardiac health and your core strength. And it also can give you really excellent strength around the shoulders, and hips and knees," says Dr. Matthew Crowe, a Mayo Clinic orthopedic surgeon and sports medicine expert, to the Mayo Clinic. "Swimming is a wonderful sport. I definitely recommend swimming for people of all ages."
She Enjoys Good Food
Sabrina recently posted a photo eating an indulgent treat. "Officially not on a diet … 😂 I have lunch with my friend !!! @suranyi__ @elisabettafranchi," she captioned a new photo.
She Hits the Gym
Sabrina once posed at the gym, looking strong. "Body ⚡️⚡️⚡️," she captioned it. "For strength training, try to find ways to perform simple body-weight exercises throughout the day: squats, push-ups, lunges and sit-to-stand exercises are great options. But be sure to modify them as needed to match your current fitness level. For example, you may prefer to do wall push-ups or push-ups on your hands and knees rather than full push-ups. You can also perform yoga, do a strength-training video or download a workout app to your smartphone," says ACE Fitness.
She Loves to be Outside
She loves to be outside. "If you're able to get outdoors, which may enhance immune function, walk or jog around your neighborhood. If you have a dog, add some time to your usual walks. Drive to a park or local hiking trail to get some exercise, being sure to keep your distance from other people, and keep a small bottle of hand sanitizer with you so you can clean your hands before you get back in the car. Go for a bike ride, do some gardening or play active games with your family," says ACE Fitness.