Olympic gymnast Aly Raisman is literally offering up $300 with her knotted-up shirt all raised and while in tight yoga pants. The 26-year-old former athlete, in the news of late for stripping down to a stunning swimsuit for the Aerie brand she fronts, was back to lending her services to another company yesterday – followed by 2.1 million on Instagram the 2012 “Fierce Five” and 2016 “Final Five” captain was in promo mode for Club Pilates. Check it out below.
Scroll for the photo and except an Olympian body. Aly, who tends not to flaunt it too much, was sticking to representing philosophies and practices she herself adheres to – alongside fronting Silk Milk, the Boston resident represents Club Pilates, herself having credited the gentle exercise for her recovery from troubled post-2016 Olympics times.
All knotted up in a white t-shirt raised above her waist, Aly posed in light gray leggings while placing a hand to a workout ball, seen in a Pilates setting and amid wood and hanging equipment.
Smiling and flashing her pearly whites while showing off her gorgeous features, Aly glanced sideways, but the words were direct as Raisman offered fans a $300 Club Pilates gift card.
“REMINDER TO ENTER THE IT COMES FROM THE CORE GIVEAWAY ON THE @CLUBPILATES PAGE,” the caption read, also encouraging followers to leave “positive” messages and stories. Free intro classes were also promised in gift mode, with “IT COMES FROM THE CORE” shouting out the exercise’s basic principles. See the photo below!
Aly didn’t use a #ad in her post. The Instagram-required disclaimer doesn’t appear necessary in a clear promo agenda situation or when a partner status is in place. Pay on Instagram correlates with following. Per Vox‘s experts:
“Influencers with up to 1 million followers can get $10,000 [per post], depending on the platform, and 1 million followers and up, you’re getting into territory where they can charge $100,000. Some can even get $250,000 for a post!”
See her killer bikini body below!
Back in January, a raw reveal saw Aly admit to tough times, ones that compromised her ability move. “Ever since I started training again in 2014 for a second Games, my body & mind have never felt the same. The 2nd time around was harder than I ever could’ve imagined. I’m still struggling to fully recover,” she explained, adding that after 2016 she could “barely walk up the stairs.” Pilates was her solution.
If gymnast Simone Biles sounds familiar, scroll for her removing her chest piercing in a bikini.