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Towie's Dani Imbert in Two-Piece Workout Gear Shows Off Ripped Figure

She wore an aqua swimsuit top and matching pants, her figure on display. 

Dani Imbert is one of the cast members of the hit reality series, The Only Way Is Essex, or TOWIE. Imbert has a large following on social media. She shares a lot of stunning and revealing photos on her social media accounts. Imbert shared two new photos on her Instagram story this week. In them, she wore an aqua swimsuit top and matching pants, her figure on display. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Dani Imbert stays in shape and the photos that prove they work.


She Spends Time Outside

Imbert spends a lot of time outside. She shares a lot of outdoor photos on Instagram. According to UC Davis, "Getting out into nature can lead us to want to walk, bike, hike, or kayak more often. People typically engage in regular physical activity when they're in nature. So, stepping outside can help you keep a healthy weight or even lose weight by increasing activity levels. Studies have also shown that being in nature has a positive effect on our bodies by reducing cortisol levels, muscle tension, and demands on our cardiovascular systems (lowers heart rate and blood pressure). Being out in nature often may lead to lower rates of heart disease. The great outdoors can also help you increase your vitamin D level, which is important for your bones, blood cells, and immune system."


She Swims

Imbert likes to swim to stay in shape. She shared this photo on Instagram of herself in the pool in Gran Canaria. Imbert captioned the post, "Ready for a dip." states, "Swimming is one of the most effective ways to burn calories. A gentle swim can burn over 200 calories in just half an hour, more than double that of walking. And a faster swim would see that chocolate bar gone quicker than if you went running or cycling."


She Spends Time With Animals

Imbert likes to spend time with animals. She shared this photo on Instagram of herself with a dog. News In Health states that spending time with animals has a lot of benefits. "Interacting with animals has been shown to decrease levels of cortisol (a stress-related hormone) and lower blood pressure. Other studies have found that animals can reduce loneliness, increase feelings of social support, and boost your mood."


She Gets Vitamin D

"In 2008, researchers at the University of Michigan gave study participants a tedious memory test before taking them on a walk. One group went to a tree-lined arboretum, while the other headed down a busy city street. The test was readministered when the groups returned, and guess what? Participants who walked through the trees improved their scores by nearly 20 percent, on average, while city walkers saw no uptick," say the Appliachian Mountain Club. "TRY IT YOURSELF: Instead of taking a memory-enhancing vitamin D supplement, head outdoors for 20 minutes a day. If you're in the city, challenge yourself to find an especially tree-lined block."


She Goes to Spas

Dani Imbert/Instagram

"Spa treatments and massage therapies, which are quick and relatively affordable, create both mental and physical health benefits. In fact, studies have shown that the frequency of visiting a spa directly correlates with better quality sleep, fewer sick days, reduced absenteeism from work and fewer hospitalizations. More specifically, the heat from a hot tub, sauna or steam shower soothes aches and pains from arthritis, fibromyalgia and other joint issues. Hydrotherapy, heat therapy and massages both improve blood circulation and manage blood pressure. Some spas even have Pilates and yoga, which improve flexibility and breathing," says a Healthier Michigan.

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