With her marriage to Brooks Koepka fast approaching, Jena Sims is making the most of her time as a bachelor. The bride-to-be shared a bunch of photos from her daughter’s recent getaway to Aruba, celebrating her final days as a single woman. “Bachelorette content is never done 😉 Aruba on film,” she captioned the series of snaps. How does the former pageant queen stay in shape? Read on to see 5 of Jena Sims’ top tips for staying in shape and the photos that prove they work – and to get beach-ready, don’t miss these essentials 30 Best Celebrity Swimsuit Photos!
Jena has been accused of starving herself to be thin by bodyshamers. After a troll recently ordered her to “go eat a cheeseburger,” she got a great response: she ate a cheeseburger. “Not-so-rare footage of me eating a cheeseburger,” she captioned an Instagram Story of herself eating. She also revealed during an Instagram Q&A that she and her man “go down to McDonalds” and have been known to feast on pizza on the social media site.
If you want a fit body like Jena, you’re going to have to put in the work. She trains with Olivia Figueroa, a Florida-based personal trainer. “I try to do it 3 times a week,” she replied to a fan when asked about her workout routine. Figuero’s Instagram page highlights his workouts, which mostly focus on HIIT style, strength training workouts.
Jena is always outside. She spends most of the year in Jupiter, Florida, where she lives with Brooks, but the two also love the mountains “Love you in the snow a lot,” she captioned this photo taken during one of their ski trips to Big Sky, Montana.
Jena isn’t afraid of her (not so) guilty treat, Krispy Kreme donuts. The bio on Jena website, reads: “One of his hidden talents is the ability to eat an entire box of Krispy Kreme donuts in one sitting.” And her Instagram profile declares that she is a “Krispy Kreme Connoisseur”.
Sims, a former gymnast, is still incredibly flexible. While on a boat trip, she did an impressive backflip into the ocean. “My former gymnastics coach would be proud.” She also swims and rides a jet ski. “Gymnasts need endurance and good cardiovascular health,” says Marie Schaefer, sports medicine specialist, MD at the Cleveland Clinic. “Exercises that get your heart pumping are beneficial during and between competitive seasons.”