Jana Kramer in Bathing Suit Says It’s Officially Summer

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Jana Kramer, the singer, podcaster, and actress, is excited about the summer season. And her newest Instagram post proves it. In it, she posed outside in her pool. She wore a bright pink bathing suit, looking gorgeous. She captioned the post, “It’s officially summer.” How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Jana Kramer stays in shape and the photos that prove they work—and to get beach-ready yourself, don’t miss these essential 30 Best-Ever Celebrity Bathing Suit Photos!

  1. She Does Outdoor Workouts

When Kramer works out, she loves to go outside. She tells The New Potato some of her favorite outdoor workouts. “I love to hike outside. Recently, I’ve really enjoyed running again.” Kramer also posted this set of photos of herself hiking on Instagram. “Being active and engaging in regular aerobic exercise is important for overall heart health and wellness. Typically, 30 minutes of moderate intensity activity five days a week is recommended for most healthy adults. Running is a simple, low-cost exercise, and you should be commended for starting a new exercise regimen,” says the Mayo Clinic.

2. She Loves Kale

Kramer is a big fan of enjoying kale. When The New Potato asked her what her favorite smoothies and salads were, Kramer answered,”My perfect smoothie would consist of kale, spinach, cucumber, parsley, lots of ginger and lemon. I love all salads, but my favorite would be a Kale Caesar.” “Kale’s pungent, slightly bitter, peppery taste stands on its own very well — steamed, sauteed or baked into yummy kale chips. If you find kale’s taste a bit strong, look for blends of kale with other greens or try milder baby kale. Don’t forget to remove the tough middle part so you don’t get a bitter taste in your mouth after chewing on it,” says the Cleveland Clinic.

3. She Does Not Feel Pressure to Be Perfect

Kramer doesn’t feel pressure to be perfect in life. When The New Potato asked her what advice she’d give to other moms, she answered, “It’s okay to cry. It’s okay to mess up. It’s okay to open a bottle of wine. Being a mom is the greatest job in the world, and sometimes it’s okay to not be perfect.”

4. She Works Out To Feel Better

For Kramer, working out isn’t just a way to stay in shape, it’s a way to feel better about herself. She tells Us Weekly, “Working out for me is my sanity. Even just going for a walk, that is a place where I come back and I’m like, ‘I feel good, I feel balanced.’ Working out is 100% how I stay level.”

5. She Worked Out While Pregnant

Kramer’s trainer, Erin Opera, tells Us Weekly that the singer worked out while she was pregnant. “She had a lot of discipline during her pregnancy. She really stayed on track. We worked out consistently and not every workout was hard and things weren’t always intense, but we worked out consistently ’til the day before the baby was born and so her bounce-back was quick.”

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Surjo Das

Surjo Das is a Digital Media Publisher and freelance copywriter. He has been working in the publishing industry for over 5 years now, holding various positions at different publishing houses Worldwide. His work experience includes managing marketing campaigns, content development, and website maintenance for various industries including healthcare, IT, finance, and education. He also offers to ghostwrite services to help aspiring authors get their books published while maintaining creative control over the project.

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By Surjo Das

Surjo Das

Surjo Das is a Digital Media Publisher and freelance copywriter. He has been working in the publishing industry for over 5 years now, holding various positions at different publishing houses Worldwide. His work experience includes managing marketing campaigns, content development, and website maintenance for various industries including healthcare, IT, finance, and education. He also offers to ghostwrite services to help aspiring authors get their books published while maintaining creative control over the project.

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