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Yasmin Brunet in Two-Piece Workout Gear Shares "Another Workout"

The Brazilian model keeps it tight.

Yasmin Brunet is a model and entrepreneur with more than 7 million followers on Instagram. Why so popular? She's fit and shows you how. "Another day, another workout," she captioned one recent post, where she can be seen sparring with a coach. How else does the 36-year-old stay so strong? Read on for her wellness habits that you can adopt, too.


She Loves Her Pooch

Brunet is seen smooching a pooch in one video. "One notable benefit is that dogs force you to get up and move. One research study found that dog owners are more likely to report regular physical activity than people who don't own dogs. Activities associated with dog ownership, like feeding, grooming, playing and letting them outside, all increase physical activity levels. Physical activity improves blood flow, induces muscle contraction and reduces joint stiffness," says the Mayo Clinic.


She Uses Battle Ropes

"Battle Rope training allows for safe and effective ways to train force production in all three planes of motion, as an integral part of any well-rounded strength and conditioning program," says NASM. If you are looking for a tool that recruits multiple core musculature in movements, then the Battle Rope is that tool. High to moderate levels of activation have been found in obliques, erector spinae, and gluteus medius (Calatayud, 2015)." 


She Does Squats With Kettlebells


"Kettlebell training is a flexible and useful strategy for improving players' performance in a variety of sports. It adds value to athlete training programs by enhancing strength, power, endurance, explosive power, and postural coordination," says one study.


She Does Crunches

Yasmin Brunet/Instagram

Before boxing, Brunet does some light crunches on an stability ball. To get set up, "sit on a properly inflated stability ball (one that compresses approximately 6" under your body weight) with your feet flat on the floor. Slowly lean backwards while walking yourself out along the ball until your shoulders, back and tailbone make    contact on the ball. Adjust your leg position to create a 90 degree bend at the knees with your thighs parallel to the floor and positioned hip-width apart, and feet facing forward with your weight distributed evenly through your feet. Your mid-back should be positioned on the top of the ball (at 12 o'clock) and your hips should be positioned at 2 o'clock," says ACE Fitness.


She Boxes

"The calories you burn during boxing can help you maintain or achieve a healthy weight," says the Cleveland Clinic. "One study compared boxing training versus moderate-intensity walking in people with a body mass index (BMI) of greater than 25 (which is considered having overweight/obesity). The researchers noted reductions in BMI, waist circumference and body fat percentage in the boxing group, while the walking group showed no changes."

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