She just posted several bikini pics on Instagram, showing off the results of her hard work—and she practically brought down the platform. The photos show the High School Musical alum in a leopard string bikini. Her legs, butt, and abs look super toned, and she’s clearly feeling herself.
The actress exercises six days a week.
Vanessa Hudgens has made it clear over the last year or so that she’s been putting in some serious time at the gym. She just posted several bikini pics on Instagram, showing off the results of her hard work—and she practically brought down the platform.
The photos show the High School Musical alum in a leopard string bikini. Her legs, butt, and abs look super toned, and she’s clearly feeling herself.
“Well I’m in full fall mode BUT just got some film developed and these are too good not to post. So, here we are,” she captioned the first pic.
“Okay. That’s all I got for now lol ❤️❤️,” she wrote next to another.
People completely lost it in the comments. “Iconic ❤️,” one wrote. “SHE KILLS THE GAME,” another said. Naturally, there were enough fire emojis to melt your computer screen.
Vanessa, 32, regularly drops videos from her workouts in her Instagram Stories, and she makes it clear that she’s not messing around. In one IG story, she tackled the battle ropes like a pro, working through a series of moves like doubling up on the ropes and slapping them on the ground, and even doing jumping jacks while holding the ropes. She’s also shared vids of herself specifically working on her booty.
Vanessa definitely puts in the time to work out—she previously told Women's Health that she exercises six day a week—and she usually likes to get her sweat on at the celebrity-loved gym, The Dogpound. Vanessa even kept her sweat sessions going during the pandemic, doing a bunch of Torch’d workouts, which uses danced-based movements and exercises, with instructor Isaac Calpito.
But Vanessa has made it clear that she does better when she works out with a friend. "To be self-motivated consistently is almost a daydream," she told WH. "I reach out to friends to hold me accountable."
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