Sarah Kohan in Bathing Suit Says "Mamas Summer Ready"
Sarah Kohan has become one of the most well-known influencers right now. She is best known for posting traveling photos. Recently, Kohan shared a bunch of photos on her Instagram. In them, she is seen enjoying time by the beach, and posing in a swimsuit. Kohan captioned the post, "Mamas summer ready." How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 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!
As you can see from her recent post, Kohan loves to go to the beach. One thing she enjoys doing is going swimming. Kohan shared this video of herself snorkeling with whales on Instagram. She captioned the post, "My forever happy place… Noah told me today he would like to swim with the whales with me can't wait for that day."
Swimming isn't the only thing Kohan likes to do when she's at the beach. She also enjoys surfing. Kohan shares a lot of posts on Instagram of herself surfing. She shared this set of photos of herself and a friend surfing, captioning it, "The glory days." Kohan also posted this photo of herself sitting on her board, captioning it, "Summer plans."
Kohan doesn't just go outside when it's sunny and warm. She also enjoys the snow. One thing Kohan enjoys doing is skiing. She shared this photo on Instagram of herself skiing in Salzburg. Kohan captioned the post, "That 'I didn't break any bones while attempting to ski' smile. At this current stage Noah is far better than me."
Kohan enjoys hiking as a way of staying in shape. She shares a lot of posts on Instagram of herself hiking. Kohan also talked about this in an interview with Women's Health. "I went trekking in Patagonia with my dad," she reveals. "I'm all about the adventure. I'll hike a mountain in flip-flops."
She Spreads Awareness
In addition to being an influencer, Kohan wants to use her platform for good. She is particularly passionate about helping the environment. Kohan tells The Sunday Telegraph that she wants to change the perception of how certain animals are viewed. "My favourite destinations have always consisted of places that I have been fortunate enough to encounter a variety of wildlife. Through my experiences I hope to bring awareness to local wildlife, especially by trying to break the stigma surrounding sharks."