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Sara Arfaoui in Bathing Suit Has "Summer in My Mind"

Here’s how she stays in shape.

Sara Arfaoui, the model fiance of Man City player İlkay Gündoğan, is excited about the warmer weather. Arfaoui posted a new swimsuit photo on Instagram. In it, she posed in a white bikini while on a boat. She captioned the post, "Summer on my mind." How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Sara Arfaoui 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 Gets Outside

Arfaoui loves to spend time outside. Her Instagram page is full of photos of herself enjoying time in the great outdoors. She posted this photo of herself at the beach watching the sunset. Arfaoui captioned the post, "Sunset lover, from my holidays souvenirs." She also posted this series of photos of herself going on a walk in Milan. 


She Swims

Arfaoui loves to go to the beach and to the pool. Naturally, she loves to swim as a way to stay in shape. She posted this photo of herself on Instagram in the pool at her hotel while on vacation. Swimming is not just a great exercise, it can also help with your wellbeing. According to the CDC, "Swimming can improve mood in both men and women."


She Eats Healthy

Arfaoui is a bit tight-lipped about her diet. However, she does make sure to eat healthy. She posted this photo on Instagram of herself enjoying a healthy meal at her hotel in Dubai. In it, Arfaoui is seen eating sushi, tacos, and a tomato salad. She captioned the post, "Vitamin D."


She Loves Coffee

One beverage Arfaoui loves to enjoy is coffee. She posted this photo on Instagram of herself enjoying a coffee while on the beach. She captioned the post, "Iced espresso pls? I came home but with my heart I'm still on vacation." She also enjoyed a hot cup of coffee in this reel she posted on Instagram. 


She Loves Healthy Carbs

Arfaoui doesn't go on low-carb diets. In fact, she likes to eat healthy carbs. She posted this photo on Instagram of herself enjoying homemade pasta. According to Reid Health, "Carbohydrates are your body's main source of energy: They help fuel your brain, kidneys, heart muscles, and central nervous system."

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