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Health & Fit Simone Biles Has Jaw-Dropping Abs Coming And Going In A Bikini Boomerang

09:55  20 september  2021
09:55  20 september  2021 Source:   womenshealthmag.com

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  • Simone Biles, 24, just showed off another gorge bikini from her collection and her epic abs in a Boomerang on Instagram.
  • The Olympic gymnast has been on a bikini photo roll since returning from Tokyo.
  • Simone typically spends 5 to 6 hours in the gym every day training for her impressive gymnastics routines and those washboard abs.
a woman standing in front of a mirror posing for the camera: Simone Biles, 24, rocks a bikini and washboard abs in Instagram video after returning home from the Olympics. Here's the gymnast's G.O.A.T.-worthy workout: © Simone Biles / Instagram Simone Biles, 24, rocks a bikini and washboard abs in Instagram video after returning home from the Olympics. Here's the gymnast's G.O.A.T.-worthy workout:

Simone Biles’ bikini collection is on point, and she’s been showing off some gorgeous options on social media since she got back from the Olympics. The latest: An ombre suit in pretty shades of blue, purple, and pink.

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  To the People Criticizing Simone Biles for Prioritizing Her Mental Health An ex-gymnast who struggles with mental illness gives her support of Simone Biles' decision to withdraw from the Olympics for her mental health.Until this Olympics, Simone looked unstoppable. She already has four gold medals from the Rio 2016 Olympics, as well as 19 golds from various World Championships. She needed four more medals to become the most decorated gymnast of all time, and it seemed a foregone conclusion she would achieve this accolade. Previews of the team final talked about who would finish second behind the USA, and previews of the all-around final focused on who would come second after her.

Simone, 24, revealed the look in a new Boomerang that’ll make your jaw drop. The video is simple: It shows Simone working her suit in the mirror—along with matching slippers—but her abs are amazing. Like, truly stunning and what likely appears in the dictionary next to "washboard."

Simone modeled that same suit in an Instagram post of herself along with fellow Olympian and synchronized trampoline gymnast Nicole Ahsinger.“Warning: may contain tequila ????,” Simone joked in the caption.

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People cheered them on in the comments. “Girl, you drink that tequila and have fun! You deserve it all!” one wrote.“❤️❤️❤️So beautiful queen ????????????,” someone else said.

Clearly, Simone gets those popping abs from all the hours she logs at her gymnastics center. She usually spends five to six hours a day training, she previously told Women's Health. But gymnastics isn’t ~all~ Simone does to get G.O.A.T.-level healthy.

Simone Biles says gymnastics feels like 'second nature again' after experiencing 'the twisties' at the Olympics

  Simone Biles says gymnastics feels like 'second nature again' after experiencing 'the twisties' at the Olympics "The stress, anxiety, the build-up or whatever happened, happened," Simone Biles told People of struggling with "the twisties" in Tokyo."I have been to the gym and did a little bit of working out," Biles said in an interview with People on Thursday. "When I say work out, it's very light. I'm enjoying my time at home and I'm happy to be back.

She told WH before the 2016 Olympics that she swam almost a mile twice a week, followed by a run. "I swore I was going to drown, it was so hard,” she said. “And the year before that we would bike 10 miles outside once a week. 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 also eats well, but doesn’t stress over her diet. “I do not track anything," she previously 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.” That means starting her day with oatmeal or fruit, followed by a protein shake after her first workout. "Usually I drink half after the first practice and half after the second practice,” she said.

Simone might order in lunch, which can be anything from pepperoni pizza to sushi. "If I cook, though, it's usually pasta, or chicken or salmon in the air fryer, oven, or on the grill,” she says. Simone also tries to be mindful of her veggies, adding asparagus, broccoli, carrots, corn, green beans, peas, and potatoes in the mix.

Dinner is whatever she’s in the mood for. “If I 'm feeling like a little bit of a less healthy meal, I get pizza or fettuccine Alfredo with chicken," she said.

Now, where can I get that suit?

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Simone Biles' openness about her mental health struggles makes it easier for other athletes to speak up, according to to a 2-time Olympic champion .
Olympic champion Mikaela Shiffrin said Biles had given athletes the ability to say: "I'm not the only one who feels pressure."Biles became the story of the Tokyo Olympics when she withdrew from four of her five events, citing mental health difficulties as the cause. At the games, Biles suffered from a mental block known as the "twisties," where she felt disoriented in the air.

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