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Valentina Ferrer in Bathing Suit is a "Power House"

Here’s how she stays in shape.

Valentina Ferrer first made waves in 2014, when she won the Miss Argentina pageant. Since then, she has started a modeling career, and has walked in both Miami and New York Fashion Week. She has also started a TV career, notably appearing in Betty en NY. Ferrer has a strong following on Instagram as well. In a recent video, she is seen doing crunches in a handstand. She wore a red bathing suit, her figure on display. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Valentina Ferrer 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 Takes Probiotics

Ferrer makes sure to take supplements. She even has her own line of supplements, called Kapowder. One thing Ferrer likes to do is take probiotics."[Taking] probiotics is something vital for me every day to avoid gastritis and [for] intestinal care," she tells People. "Everything is natural. I have also used them during pregnancy." The Cleveland Clinic states that probiotics are very beneficial. "Probiotics are made of good live bacteria and/or yeasts that naturally live in your body. You constantly have both good and bad bacteria in your body. When you get an infection, there's more bad bacteria, knocking your system out of balance. Good bacteria helps eliminate extra bad bacteria, returning the balance. Probiotic-supplements are a way to add good bacteria to your body."


She Gets Enough Electrolytes

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Another thing Ferrer makes sure to get enough of is electrolytes. She opened up about this to People. "Around here we have electrolytes. For people who travel a lot, train too much, we always need electrolytes, which are fundamental and very important, to stay hydrated." The Cleveland Clinic states, "The right amount of electrolytes in your body is needed for optimal health and physical performance. If you lose a significant amount of these minerals (either by intense exercise, sweating, vomiting or diarrhea), you're going to experience dehydration and feel pretty lousy. You might also experience muscle cramping and spasms."


She Loves Pilates

After having her first child, Ferrer opened up about it to Hola. In it, she was asked about her post-baby training. "I tell you a word: Pilates," she answers. "In Pilates you learn to know your body and you take the strength where you need it. You don't force yourself too much, not even the other way." Better Health states that Pilates has a lot of benefits. "Pilates promotes mobility and strength of all the major muscle groups in the body in a balanced fashion, whilst also having a key focus on the deep core muscles. It improves posture, flexibility, strength, balance and body awareness."


She Has Beauty Secrets

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Ferrer talked to Glamour about her beauty secrets. She says that beauty isn't about what she looks like on the outside. Rather, she focuses on her inner beauty and self-confidence. "Beauty is how you feel inside," she says. "And that is reflected through your eyes. Happiness is beauty."


She Works Her Abs

As you can see from her recent post, Ferrer makes sure to do ab workouts. Having a strong core is important. The Mayo Clinic states, "Your core is the central part of your body. It includes your pelvis, lower back, hips and stomach. The stomach muscles sometimes are called abs. Core exercises train the muscles in your core to work in harmony. This leads to better balance and steadiness, also called stability. Stability is important whether you're on the playing field or doing regular activities. In fact, most sports and other physical activities depend on stable core muscles."

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