On Saturday, the former Coronation Street actress shared a selfie from inside the gym and she was modelling an incredible skintight outfit. The star had a pair of leggings that perfectly hugged all of her curves, while pairing it with a matching crop top that highlighted her incredible toned abs. She finished off her sensational outfit with a pair of white trainers while sitting on a resistance machine.
The star's outfit likely came from the gymwear brand that she launched with her husband, Mark Wright, and on Saturday the Only Way is Essex star shared a snap of him and his wife styling out some of the outfits in Los Angeles.
Michelle looked as incredible as ever in leggings and a crop top that bore the name of their brand, Aytee7, while Mark rocked an all-black ensemble from their brand.
"Los Angeles dreaming," he shared in the caption, which sparked a large response from the pair's fanbase mostly calling them a "beautiful couple".
Michelle has an incredibly tough routine in order to maintain her phenomenal physique, and last year she shared an insight into the gruelling regime.
The actress shared a photo from workout studio F45, which is favoured by David Beckham, expressing how difficult she found the workout, captioning her snap: "'kin hell [sweating emoji]."
This cult workout and celebrity-favorite method of training is not for the faint-hearted. The reps are gruelling, the sets intense and the trainers don't allow for any slacking.
"From the strength workouts to the cardio, there's an efficiency [of F45] that attacks every component of fitness in a short session - you just don't get that anywhere else," said F45 trainer Gunnar Peterson.
Michelle has also taken a more relaxed approach to fitness on previous occasions, once explaining: "I only set myself a target to spend 45 minutes in the gym and then I'm done. I think it's important to do everything in moderation. Set yourself a realistic goal so that you have something to work towards.
"If I really, really don't want to go to the gym – I don't go," she said. "I just don't punish myself, it's not my life to go the gym. If I can go to the gym I will, if I can't, I can't."I think the more you go, the more you guilt trip yourself because you feel like it's part of your routine. If I can go four or five times a week, great. If I can only go twice – or once – at least I've been."
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