Carrie Underwood‘s rock-hard workout body received plenty of attention following the Easter weekend. The 37-year-old singer, clothing designer, and “Find Your Path” author appeared in training mode both on her own Instagram and on the account managed by her 2015-founded Calia By Carrie clothing line today.
Carrie being kitted out head-to-toe in her merch likely boosted sales, but fan comments didn’t take long to see the mom of two likened to a teenager. Keep scrolling for Carrie’s workout snaps and videos, plus the eyebrows she raised recently by flogging her merch amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Carrie’s post opened with a simple snapshot of her showing off her insanely-sculpted arms and shoulders as she posed with zero makeup and her blonde hair in pigtail braids. The “Southbound” singer was looking stunning as she wore a purple tank top with “YOU HAVE TO Believe IN YOURSELF” written on it – a quick swipe to the right then showed the 2005 “American Idol” winner full length.
Carrie, who welcomed 1-year-old son Jacob in January 2019, then appeared in selfie mode and backed by a treadmill and the rest of her home gym – the workout room is in Carrie’s garage.
Seen flaunting her world-famous legs and toned rear in a white and lilac floral-print pair of spandex leggings, plus a loose and knotted off-white shirt, Carrie was looking fit and healthy as she showcased her trim frame. The low-key snaps racked up over 34,000 likes on Carrie’s account, with comments also pouring in on the Calia feed.
“Stunning as always, CU!” one fan wrote.
“You are getting so little, you look like a teenager, don’t get too skinny girl, you’re beautiful now and always have been,” another said.
Carrie made headlines recently as she faced a damning comment. A photo of the star rocking her brand’s PowerSculpt leggings as she perused a rack of Calia clothing came with mentions of “trying to stay productive” – Carrie, husband Mike Fisher, and the couple’s two sons are in quarantine.
A sarcastic comment called Carrie out.
“This should say ‘being productive by making money advertising on Instagram during quarantine, while all you try to figure out how to afford your bills,'” the user wrote.
The run-up to Carrie’s March 3-released book – currently enjoying a spike in sales – came with a Women’s Health profile. Carrie revealed that following her 2005 win on “American Idol,” she saw an online message board comment: “Carrie’s getting fat,” it read.
Letting her “haters” become her “motivators,” the singer then began checking food labels, logging her elliptical time, and reducing her calorie intake to just 800 per day. The average woman requires 2,000 calories a day.
Carrie recently wowed America with her home and couch-set rendition of new track “Drinking Alone” during ACM’s “Our Country Presents.” The televised social distancing concert also included Shania Twain, Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani, plus 26-year-old bombshell Kelsea Ballerini.