Carrie Underwood‘s jaw-dropping workout body might well be encouraging the whole of quarantined America to put down the Pringles. The singer, clothing designer, and “Find Your Path” author has appeared in new photos on the Fit52 app’s Instagram – the fitness app accompanies the 37-year-old’s March 3-released diet and exercise book.
The snaps posted to Fit52 didn’t mention the novel coronavirus, but with a mention of new playlists and recent suggestions that people use their home time to get into shape, COVID-19 seemed to be given a nod.
The first photo showed Carrie in a daylit gym. The “Cry Pretty” singer was pumping iron, seen striking a sideways glance as she lifted a chunky dumbbell – a sleeveless black tank accentuated the singer’s sculpted shoulders and toned arms, with a tiny pair of forest green shorts doing the same for her steely-strong legs. Carrie had been photographed in front of stacked weights as she performed a rep, also showing off her stunning beauty with her blonde hair scraped back.
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A quick swipe to the right showed the “American Idol” winner seated on a mat and stretching her post-baby body out – Carrie’s 2019-born son Jacob has just turned one. Here, Carrie was smiling as her bronzed body popped against the background – those biceps were also making a giant stand.
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A caption from the app encouraged fans to check out some new workout beats.
“NEW PLAYLISTS in the #fit52 app! Let @carrieunderwood’s curated playlists from her book #FindYourPath power your next workout. #fit52life,” it read.
Carrie has been sharing her quarantine moments amid the coronavirus pandemic – the star is social distancing with husband Mike Fisher, 5-year-old son Isaiah, and 1-year-old Jacob. A recent post saw the star showcase the tortilla pizza she’d made with leftover refrigerator ingredients – also shared has been a snap of the Calia by Carrie founder journaling as she encouraged fans to take it up.
As to keeping her little ones busy, Carrie has been fossil hunting with Isaiah, plus she’s been baking.
“If Grandma Jean’s ginger cookies can’t save us during coronageddon… I don’t know what will!” she captioned a photo.
The run-up to Carrie’s book release brought a feature with Women’s Health. Carrie revealed a brief starvation period following her 2005 “American Idol” win where she dropped to just 800 calories a day after seeing an online troll write: “Carrie’s getting fat.”
Nowadays, Carrie kicks off her day with egg-white or tofu scrambles with berries, Ezekiel toast, and coffee. Tofurkey sandwiches with mustard and veggies are her lunches, while dinner might be a vegan chicken stir-fry. Snacks can be green smoothies or a protein bar.
Carrie’s book took less than two weeks to enter the New York Times Best-Seller list. As to the Fit52 app, people are already hooked.