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Softball Star Brylie St. Clair Shares Swimsuit Photo with "Long Blonde Hair"

Here’s how she stays in shape.

Brylie St. Clair spends a lot of time at the beach. And she made sure to get some photos for social media on her recent trip. St. Clair shared a new set of photos to Instagram. In them, she lay on the sand. St. Clair captioned the post, "beach > sand." How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Brylie St. Clair stays in shape and the photos that prove they work.


She Horseback Rides


St. Clair spends a lot of time outside. One thing she likes to do is horseback ride. She shared this set of photos and videos on Instagram of herself riding in the grass. St. Clair captioned the post, "All kinds of happy." She also posted this set of photos of herself with a horse, captioning them, "Everyone meet boots."


She Plays With Her Dog

St. Clair owns a dog, and she spends a lot of time with him. She shared these photos on Instagram of herself and her dog outside. St. Clair captioned the post, "Mama's boy." According to Harvard Health, having a dog has a lot of health benefits. "Dog owners have lower blood pressure and healthier cholesterol levels, and a lower risk of heart disease, than non-owners. There are also many psychological benefits to having a pooch around. Dog owners are less prone to bouts of loneliness, anxiety, and depression. Simply petting your dog can make you feel less stressed. One of the greatest benefits of owning a dog is that it encourages you to practice mindfulness — being in the present moment and fully appreciating life. Mindfulness can help you relieve stress and also improves your overall health."


She Plays Softball

The main way St. Clair stays in shape, obviously, is by playing softball. According to Rocky Mountain Health Plans, baseball and softball have a lot of benefits. "The fact that baseball improves physical strength probably isn't surprising, but you might be surprised to see how strong you get after playing for a few months. Holding and swinging a baseball bat and throwing and catching the ball requires use of the entire upper body. Certain motions, like swinging, can also build joint flexibility. Your legs will also get a great workout. Moving in different directions helps develop strength and mobility in all of your muscles. Squatting down engages the glutes, quadriceps, hamstrings, and calf muscles. All of that running will add even more muscle to your legs."


She Fishes

St. Clair loves to spend time by the water. One thing she likes to do is fish. St. Clair shares a bunch of posts on Instagram of herself fishing. She shared these photos of herself catfish fishing with friends, captioning them, "Go bravos." She also shared these photos of herself with a huge fish, captioning it, "Always a good time.'


She Goes To The Beach

St. Clair spends a lot of time at the beach. She shared these photos of herself lying in the sand in Miami Beach on Instagram. St. Clair captioned it, "Me again." A study in the Journal of Coastal Zone Management states that going to the beach can benefit your mental health. "The findings of this study showed that (1) a high degree of enthusiasm for beach-going had a greater significant effect on mood and mental health than did moderate and low degrees of enthusiasm for beach-going. There were vast differences in scores on the subscales assessing depressive mood, anxious mood, and refreshed mood, and the GHQ-12 scores, among the three groups, and (2) for males, the differences in the mood inventory and GHQ-12 scores among the high, moderate, and low enthusiasm groups were more pronounced and significant than they were for females. Although the females did not differ much in terms of the quality of their mood and mental health status, there was a slight difference among the three groups."

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