Carrie Underwood looks better than ever before and it’s thanks in large part to her Fit52 app. The country music star has long advocated healthy living and fitness, and she’s definitely put her money where her mouth is. Underwood has used her Instagram account to show off the results of her fitness regiment, and each picture is better than the last.
It’s no secret that Carrie Underwood loves fitness almost as much as she loves her family. In fact, she often includes her two sons and husband, Mike Fisher, in her fitness-centric Instagram posts. But Underwood is at her best when she flies solo, as these drool-worthy photos prove.
Carrie Underwood Stretches Out In Summery Shorts
Underwood showed off her flexibility in a pair of white short-shorts and a workout top that showed off her glowing tan perfectly. She paired the look with some white sneakers which made the “Cry Pretty” singer look super sporty. The point of the post wasn’t to point out how great she looked, however.
To see the unbelievable offer Underwood shared, as well as the leggy pic, click here.
Underwood Rocks Teeny Tennis Shorts Amid Big News
Speaking of Fit52, Underwood recently released some exciting news about the fitness app while showing off her endless legs in a saucy snap. Though her legs were definitely a selling point for the photo, it’s Underwood’s insanely toned arms that we can’t look away from. Good thing the songstress went with a pale pink tank top that showed every inch of her strong, yet slim arms.
Check out the photo for yourself by clicking here.
Carrie Underwood Gets Soaked During Concert, But Why’s She Facing Backlash?
Though Underwood is definitely a “yummy mommy” in her workout gear, where she shines best is on the stage. She didn’t let a little rain ruin her fun, either, and kept performing despite getting hit with some serious drizzle. Unfortunately, some of Underwood’s followers decided to call her out for the performance.
Want to know why fans gave the singer a hard time? Click here to find out, and to see the wet and wild video.