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Women's Basketball Star Cameron Brink Shares Rare Swimsuit Photo

Here's how she stay in shape.

Cameron Brink is one of the stars of Stanford's women's basketball team. She's still enjoying the little bit of summer left before classes and sports retake over her life. Brink shared some photos on Instagram of herself on a beach chair in a swimsuit. Fans call her "gorgeous." Beneath her sun-kissed exterior lies a dedication to fitness. From her vigorous court prowess that tones every muscle, to her reliance on protein shakes for sustained vitality, learn how Brink's adeptness at handling pressure propels her, and how she prioritizes mental health with unwavering candor. Read on to see 5 ways Cameron Brink stays in shape and the photos that prove they work.


She Plays Basketball

Brink plays basketball, which naturally keeps her in shape. states, "Basketball requires you to jump while playing, as well as running back and forth multiple times. In a basketball game, you rely on your body positioning and the ability to maintain that position when an opponent is pushing against you. This is why playing basketball can strengthen all parts of your body, especially your core muscles, neck, lower back, and arms."


She Drinks Protein Shakes

Brink likes to drink protein shakes. She opened up about this in the caption of this Instagram post. "Fueling my body, nourishing my mind✨ Optimum Nutrition Protein Shakes keep me going strong while I recenter. Self-care isn't selfish, it's self-love. So let's honor our bodies and minds, embracing the journey to optimal well-being."


She Knows How To Handle Pressure

In an interview with The San Francisco Chronicle, Brink talked about how she manages pressure and stress during games. "I'm good at putting more on myself. Even last year, I was so afraid to lose and I think that was the wrong kind of motivation. This year, I'm putting it into wanting to win and finding the right kind of pressure."


She Takes Care Of Her Mental Health

Brink talked about managing her mental health in her San Francisco Chronicle interview. "Whenever I'm in a bad mood or not having a good day, people around me will know. Mental health should be seen as hygiene, like brushing your teeth every day; you should be checking in with yourself, so I haven't been afraid to share that I've struggled mentally."


She Does Yoga

In her previous Instagram post, Brink is seen doing yoga. John Hopkins Medicine states that yoga has a lot of benefits. "Regular yoga practice may reduce levels of stress and body-wide inflammation, contributing to healthier hearts. Several of the factors contributing to heart disease, including high blood pressure and excess weight, can also be addressed through yoga."

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