Angélica Castro, a Chilean actress, is saying goodbye to summer while taking in some lovely beach sunsets. The 50-year-old star is having a good time splashing around in the surf while wearing a black bikini. “Unforgettable sunsets are those that transport you to an infinite, boundless, and sea that simultaneously engulfs us in our darkest and stormiest emotions. For you, the best energy! What’s your weekend been like? #Vida weekend at the beach, “she wrote in the Instagram caption.
How does she stay so in shape? Read on to learn 5 ways Castro stays in shape and the images that demonstrate they are effective. Also, don’t miss these 30 Best-Ever Celebrity Bathing Suit Photos to help you get beach-ready!
She Loves to Dance
Castro enjoys dancing and, based on her social media, is an excellent dancer. According to choreographer Kristin Sudeikis, “by consciously moving your body, you’re offering yourself a 360-degree physiological reset, which can be cathartic, profoundly transforming, and healing.” According to Sudeikis, using a cell phone, laptop, or screen frequently can cause one to contract inward rather than expand outward. We could use more of this kind of attitude in the world, don’t you think? “The dance floor offers an invitation to unapologetically practise taking up space while also acknowledging the people around you.”
Oatmeal is a staple in Castro’s diet, especially when it’s topped with peanut butter. According to Romi Londre, RDN, eating oatmeal on a regular basis can help with weight management since a half-cup of cooked rolled oats contains 165 calories, 4 grammes of fibre, and 6 grammes of protein. “Protein and fibre content help people feel fuller for longer periods of time and release blood sugar more slowly. Along with being a great source of many vitamins and minerals, oats are also a good source of magnesium, copper, thiamine, and zinc.”
She Exercises with a Trainer
With the assistance of personal trainer Carolina Valdivieso, Castro works out diligently. “I’ll leave you with this quick and simple glutes exercise that we did with @carovaldiviesotrainer. So they carry it out at home and report back to me! #workhard #training #workout, Back Kick, Lateral Plank with Leg Lift, Unilateral Deadweight, Quad Stretchable Band Abduction 4 Series, “A workout video was captioned by Castro.
Pilates is something Castro does and views as “a gift.” The yoga therapist Judi Bar asserts that Pilates has therapeutic and preventative benefits. “because it strengthens specific muscle groups with control and breath while isolating and relaxing others. Similar to yoga, one of the best advantages is the sense of well-being that comes with feeling better. As a result, it can help with lower back pain since, in addition to tight muscles, lower back pain can also result from misalignment and weakness.”