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Simone Biles looks happier and stronger than ever in a brand new photo dump on Instagram.
The Olympian, 24, flashed her toned legs and butt in bikinis in every shade of the rainbow.
Simone previously told Women's Health that she does some pretty intense cross-training during her five- to six-hour days at the gym.
Simone Biles is enjoying a well-deserved vacation—and posting all about her beachy adventures over on Instagram. The gymnast, 24, just showed off her sculpted butt and strong legs in a brand new bikini photo dump, and she looks so happy and relaxed.
Simone's pastel suits are on full display, but all her seven million Instagram followers could focus on was her glow. "Enjoy girl, you deserve it ❤️🔥🙌🏽," one user commented, while someone else added "living your best life!! As you should!! 🔥😍."
Next, Simone twirled on the sand in an orange, one-shouldered swimsuit:
She looked extra glowy behind a palm tree:
(Oh, and if you're envying Simone's bright pink suit, you can grab a super similar one right here! Thank me later.)
Clearly, Simone's Olympic-level training helps her look so strong—so, what are her gym go-tos? For starters, the gold medalist told Women's Health that she usually spends around five or six hours a day working up a sweat. But she's not spending all her time on the balance beam.
Simone also said that cross-training is a key part of her routine. "We swam twice a week—almost a mile!" she explained, before the 2016 Olympics. "I swore I was going to drown, it was so hard, and then we would run."
"And the year before that we would bike 10 miles outside once a week," she added. "If we didn't bike, we would run a mile before practice, and as soon as we finished the mile we'd have to go inside and do a beam routine. My legs were absolute jello.”
Simone shared that leg strengthening exercises are her favorite “because those exercises come pretty easily to me.” (Obvs!) “I have good, powerful legs, so I can do conditioning and they won't be too sore,” she added. But, she's not really into abs workouts.
As far as her Olympian diet goes, Simone said she doesn't overthink her meals. “I do not track anything,” she told Women's Health. "I eat what I feel good with and try not to overeat or stuff myself because I'm always at the gym.”
Her breakfast is usually a quick bowl of oatmeal or some fruit, and she admits that "I've never been a coffee drinker." Then, it's off to a.m. practice, where she drinks plenty of water and sips on a protein shake to help her muscles recover.
Lunch might be takeout or a quick meal Simone whips up herself. "If I cook, though, it's usually pasta, or chicken or salmon in the air fryer, oven, or on the grill," she said. For dinner, she tends to order out. "If I'm feeling like a little bit of a less healthy meal, I get pizza or fettuccine Alfredo with chicken," Simone shared.
"I really like home restaurants that are in the area because I feel like I get to be closer with them. I'm not picky. I'll try any new restaurant."
And for dessert, Simone bakes. "I do bake chocolate chip cookies myself and whenever I do I usually make s'mores cookies," she told WH. "I put a graham cracker at the bottom, marshmallows and chocolate on the top, and then I wrap it in cookie dough and bake it. That's my favorite cookie to bake."
Don't mind me—I'm just taking notes. YUM.
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