Rebel Wilson has transformed herself into a gym-bunny and her latest workout photo proves she’s doing it in style.
In a snapshot shared on her Instagram Stories, the Australian actress, 41, showed off the results of her health overhaul when she wore a pair of wet-look leggings to the gym.
Rebel's toned physique was put on display in the photo, in which she was also perfectly colour-coordinated with her surroundings.
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The star was about to embark on another grueling workout and came well prepared!
Not only was she dressed to impress, having teamed her leggings with a bright yellow zip-up top, she came loaded with water.
Rebel was clearly on a mission as she had no fewer than five bottles of water tucked under her arm.
Rebel looked effortlessly chic in her gym wear
She wrote: "Gotta keep hydrated." The Pitch Perfect star didn't have a hair out of place, suggesting she hadn't kickstarted her routine yet.
Rebel has been open about how she's not only added exercise to her regime but overhauled her diet too.
She told People: "Before I was probably eating 3,000 calories most days, and because they were normally carbs, I would still be hungry.
"So, I’ve really changed to eating a high-protein diet, which is challenging because I didn’t use to eat a lot of meat."
Rebel recently shared a throwback photo of herself and revealed she wanted to be a tennis player
While Rebel says she's ditched processed food and cut down on sugar in favour of healthy alternatives, there's one thing she won't eat.
She recently shared a video of herself enjoying dinner with her sister, Annachi, only there was an addition to her meal she wasn't prepared to tuck into.
In the clip on Instagram, Rebel produced a little jar with 'chapulines' written on the label. She then said: "This is what I learned cooking tonight. No, it's not some cute salsa. It's grasshoppers! I decided not to put that in my guacamole. You learn something new every day."
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