Vanessa Hudgens, 32, just showed off her toned abs and butt in a bunch of new swimsuit pics.
She spent the day chilling at a pool with her friends in a blue cut-out swimsuit.
Vanessa is a big fan of strength training and dance-based at-home workouts to maintain her strong bod.
Vanessa Hudgens, 32, had an epic pool day with some of her closest friends over the weekend, and she shared a bunch of fire pics in multiple posts from the hangout. Wearing a cut-out swimsuit, the actress showed off her super toned abs and booty from all angles. The pool day also included margs, pool floaties, and 🔥 swimwear.
"Standard," she captioned one set of snaps. Her abs and toned booty are anything but standard if you ask me.
In the pics, Vanessa, 32, posed with two of her guy friends while rocking a blue and white cut-out one-piece swimsuit (as well as a cowboy hat and fuzzy slippers). And the suit shows off all the hard work she puts into her fitness routine. Fans noticed and commented, "Alexa play Peaches by Justin Bieber 🔥" Clearly, Vanessa does not slack off in the gym.
Last month, Vanessa shared a super-sweaty workout she did with her BFF and singer GG Magree at one of her favorite gyms, Dogpound, which included lunges with leg weights, battle ropes, and more intense moves.
Back in November, she also posted about another Dogpound workout she did with GG where she did tons of booty work and wore resistance bands.
And throughout quarantine, she still managed to get in some intense workouts thanks to virtual Torch’d workouts with instructor Isaac Calpito and friends. Torch'd incorporates dance-based, weighted movements in a 45-minute class. (Lisa Rinna is also a Torch'd devotee.)
Pre-pandemic, the Spring Breakers star was a huge fan of in-studio classes, especially SoulCycle. "Put me on a bike in a room with loud music, and I'm happy," she told Women's Health. "It's like dancing without the stress of worrying if you look good."
Vanessa fuels all her workouts by following an intermittent fasting plan. She starts her day off with "black coffee and a lot of water." "When the time comes to break the fast, then I do it. I kind of do an 18-hour fast and eat for 6. I try to get in all my nutritional needs so greens and fats and omegas. I don't eat meat; I do eat fish. But outside of that I am in a place where I am allowing myself to enjoy the foods that I love," she told Parade.