Sarah Kohan in Bathing Suit is "Excited for Summer"
Sarah Kohan, the Australian model, former partner of Javier "Chicharito" Hernández, just posed in a swimsuit. "Vitamin D and some greens… excited for summer 🌞," she captioned the image. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 7 ways Sarah Kohan 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 Her Vitamin D
"In general, even with fortified foods, diet usually doesn't provide enough vitamin D. And certain health conditions that affect the gastrointestinal tract may decrease the absorption of vitamin D and predispose to low vitamin D blood levels. You also can get vitamin D through direct exposure to sunlight, although the amount of sun you need to get enough vitamin D can vary greatly," says the Mayo Clinic.
She Loves to Swim
Sarah once swam underwater with a sea creature. "Happy world oceans day. ❤️ No better feeling than exploring the world under the surface. Let's keep working toward a better future for our planets oceans….Every little bit helps if everyone took and active roll it would make the world of difference. The calmness, clarity and happiness while being underwater is like being in another universe. Its unreal. 🌊🖤," she captioned it.
She Love Dogs
Sarah loves dogs. "My fur baby ❤️ whenever Noah sees a dog he chases it around until he can touch it and doesn't want to let go 🤣 I think he definitely loves animals as much as his mum." Dogs have been shown to have big benefits to mental wellness.
"To be competitive, surfers must be physically well-rounded and have both endurance (paddling and duck diving) and explosive power (popping up, big bottom turns and explosive turns and airs off the top lip of the wave). Balance is of paramount importance too, as is symmetry between lower- and upper-body strength," says ACE Fitness.
She Loves to Travel
Sarah has hit such far flung locations as Stonehenge and tropical paradises. "Taking a holiday can result in many physical and mental health benefits. In fact, some of these benefits have been shown to persist months after we have returned to work. A study of over 3,000 Canadian workers found that taking more paid vacation days was positively associated with both overall health and life satisfaction," says one study.