The five-time gold-medal-winning gymnast let her millions of followers in on today’s early morning workout, and luckily for us, she decided to get down in tiny skin-tight spandex. Don’t get it twisted, looking this good is hard work, but as a world-class athlete, Nastia is used to training hard!
In the sexy snap, the gymnast is decked out in a tan spandex style suit, and shared her standard HOT bedroom selfie!
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Nastia is preparing to take a winter trip to Montana and appears to be getting some more time in the gym. “About to trade these cute fuzzy flats for boots and puffers. countdown to Montana, see you so soon ❄️☃️,” she captioned the sexy shots!
As you know, Liukin has had to defend herself against trolls online who judge the gymnast for her thin frame. But, fans are very supportive of Nastia and one message read:
Hey Nastia! I’ve been a fan of yours since you first came on the scene. I’m old enough and fortunate enough to have watched your father compete so watching you was an extreme pleasure. I’m sorry for all the stupidity over your size, what you eat, and what you drink. You’re a grown woman that knows how to take care of herself.
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“People are so quick to judge/label what they don’t understand or choose not to understand. You don’t have to explain yourself to anyone,” the message continued.Adding:
“You know more about wellness and self-care than all naysayers combined. You’re beautiful and saying you’re promoting borderline anorexia is like saying a pregnant woman is promoting obesity. Keep being and doing you. You have waaaaay more people for you than against you and there are more of us that appreciate you opening up your life to us, which you don’t have to do, than those that troll social media looking for people to tear down so they can build themselves up. Enjoy Montana and hug Harley for me. I can’t wait to see him frolicking in the snow!”
Nastia broke her silence on the subject a few weeks back addressing the haters who brought up anorexia.
“If taking pictures of my OWN body—a body that won me many olympics medals, a body that I push each day to get stronger, a body that God gave me—is inherently promoting anorexia, then honestly, we’ve gotten to a place in the world where just BEING is offensive. This is ME. This is my body,” she wrote.
Adding, “While I’ve always been thin, I’ve not always been strong. I’m proud to say that I am truly stronger now than I’ve ever been. I’m sorry if my body is triggering to you. I don’t believe that I should have to cover it up for fear of being offensive. I promote real, I promote raw, and I promote truth. Every BODY should be loved.”
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