Sol Pérez in Bathing Suit Shares Photo of "Mi Domingo"
Sol Pérez is enjoying her summer weekends at the beach! The Argentinian weather girl with over 6 million followers, flaunts her famous figure in a swimsuit while on the beach in one of her latest social media posts. "Mi Domingo," she captioned the series of Instagram snaps, which translates to "My Sunday." How does she keep herself so incredibly fit? Read on to see 5 ways Sol Pérez 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 Believes That Fitness Starts with Your Mind
Sol believes that the key to getting in shape and being the best version of yourself in the gym starts in your head. "The biggest limit is not physical, it's mental!" she captioned a video of herself lifting a whopping 176 pounds. "Becoming the best version of yourself, that's what it's all about," she captioned another post.
Her Workouts Are Intense
If you want a body like Sol's you are going to have to work for it…hard. Super intense workouts are part of her daily life. Most of her Instagram workout clips involve her lifting heavy weights, doing intense bodyweight exercises, and doing moves that combine cardio and strength training.
Another way Sol stays in shape is with the help of cardio. She prefers running outdoors than on a treadmill. In this photo she goes for a job with her mother. "There is an established acceptance that physical activity has numerous health benefits. In regards to running, research has shown runners have an overall reduced risk to cardiovascular and all-cause mortality. Even leisure runners, who run for 5-10 mins/ day or < 6mph, have a significantly reduce risk compared to sedentary individuals or never-runners. The Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans, published by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services recommend 75 minutes per week of vigorous aerobic activity to maintain overall health, disease prevention, and quality of life. These guidelines allow for flexibility, ensuring potential health benefits for consistently brief to lengthy runs based on your goals and fitness regimen," says RWJ Barnabas Health.
Sol also cooks her own meals to ensure healthy eating. She even appeared on MasterChef Celebrity Argentina. "This program helped me get to know myself, I don't give up. Everything can be done with effort and dedication, don't look at what the person next door is doing or if they deserve it for you or not, see what you can do to improve yourself, to be better. THANK YOU," she wrote after the show.
Her Lifestyle Is Active
Whether playing volleyball, jumping on trampolines, taking her dog for walks, or frolicking on the beach, Sol is constantly moving. "When you're being active, just try talking: If you're breathing hard but can still have a conversation easily, it's moderate intensity activity. If you can only say a few words before you have to take a breath, it's vigorous intensity activity," says Health.gov.