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Tiffany Moon in Workout Gear is in Star Shape in New Video

She was a fan-favorite for standing up for herself.

Tiffany Moon first made waves in 2021, when she joined the cast of The Real Housewives of Dallas. She was a fan-favorite for standing up for herself. Moon is also an anesthesiologist, and she and her husband own a wine brand. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 7 ways Tiffany Moon stays in shape and the photos that prove they work.


She's Authentic

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Moon talked about joining RHOD in an interview with Entertainment Tonight. She says that she wanted to be as authentic as possible on the show, so others could relate. "This is something out of my comfort zone. It was an opportunity that was offered to me that I really wanted to take advantage of, because I think that young girls need to see more doctors on reality TV because we are real women. You will see me struggle with balancing working as a physician and having young children at home. I think people need to see more of that on TV instead of things that are, you know, make-believe and not at all like most people's normal lives."


She Wants To Be A Representation

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Moon also told ET that she joined the show to be a representation for the Asian community. "I will tell you when I moved to the United States in the early '90s and I got to watch TV as a treat, there was no one that looked like me. I thought that I was… not ugly, but just not special, or that anyone who looked like me could never be on TV and I just think it's so important for little girls to have role models that they can look up to that looked like that. I mean, I think that representation really does matter."


She Sticks Up For Herself

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Moon isn't afraid to stand up for herself against sexist insults, including the word "bossy." "We only call women bossy, and it almost has a negative connotation to it, like you were telling people what to do," she told ET. "Yeah, I mean, if that's the definition of bossy, then I am bossy. Because sometimes I'll tell people what to do. I'll tell people what to do at work, in order to save patients' lives. I'll tell people how to act when they're in my home, at a party that I'm serving them, and I'll tell my husband and kids what to do sometimes. So if she wants to call me bossy, that's just fine with me."


She Works With A Nutritionist

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In this Instagram post, Moon revealed that she decided to work with a nutritionist. She wrote in the caption, "A few months ago I started working with @alixbarthnutrition and let me tell you- it has been a game changer! Alix has taught me SO much about nutrition and I've achieved my goal of losing my 'COVID 10.' More importantly, I FEEL great- more energy, better sleep, and I'm not gonna lie and say it didn't feel good to rock my bikini on the beach!"


She Swims

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Moon loves to swim to stay in shape. She shared this photo on Instagram of herself in a pool, captioning it, "Cooling off." The British Heart Foundation states that swimming is a great exercise. "Swimming is one of the few activities that work your whole body. Breaststroke, backstroke, front crawl, butterfly and even doggy paddle get your legs and arms moving. This in turn works your back and core muscles."


She Has A Dog

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Moon has a dog, who she likes to spend time with. She shared this video on Instagram with her dog. Harvard Health states that having a pup has a lot of benefits. "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 Weight Trains

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Moon loves to weight train to stay in shape. She shared this video on TikTok of herself doing lunge walks while lifting hand dumbbells. Better Health states, "Resistance training is based on the principle that muscles of the body will work to overcome a resistance force when they are required to do so. When you do resistance training repeatedly and consistently, your muscles become stronger."

Anna Bechtel
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