最近，Instagram上火了一組照片，那就是《X戰警》中“暴風女”的扮演者Halle Berry。Halle生于1966年，今年52歲，Halle Berry的52歲是這樣的↓↓↓
Halle Berry has had a remarkable career as an actress, starring in some truly unforgettable films and being recognized with an academy award. However it turns out that if she had chosen a different path, this yoga goddess could quite easily have become a professional athlete, such is her motivation and dedication to fitness.
Now aged 52, having just celebrated her birthday, Berry has an Instagram account that details exactly how she maintains her youthful looks, and with 2.8 million followers it seems like she is an inspiration to many. She shares tips on her often gruelling workouts, with her ‘Fitness Friday’ series showing different yoga poses, weights workouts, boxing and meditation, with her fitness coach Peter featuring alongside her.
She says she trains her mind as well as her body through yoga and meditation. “For me, being athletic and super fit is also about being still. I never go a day without some sort of meditation. Trust me, it will start to transform your thinking, which will change your life. When I’m done, I have ultimate clarity and I feel at peace”, says Halle Berry.
Berry’s fitness regime also contains some kickass boxing and weightlifting elements. “I know how hard it is to get motivated at times, but when my workout is fun, it’s a whole lot easier! It’s often easier to workout with a partner. A partner holds you accountable so you won’t quit halfway through. I also want to share one of my secret weapons that I think has helped me defy my age and look and feel younger than my years. The secret is Bone Broth! It’s made with bones that are simmered for at least 8 hours”
她保持年輕的秘訣就在于Regular exercise for three decades!（堅持鍛煉三十年！）
"I swim in the lake and do weight training every day. My favorite thing is swimming outdoors in winter." In 2016, she swam from the shores of Penang, Malaysia to the Strait of Malacca – that's a whopping 7.45 miles in just 4 hours! Her motto is that if you think you look rough, that's because you haven't sweated enough."