Carrie Underwood’s Been Working on Her Legs and Fans Have Noticed

by Samantha Whidden
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Proving she doesn’t miss a single leg day, country music star Carrie Underwood has been working on her lower body and fans are definitely taking notice.

PopCulture reported that after she kicked off night three of her Reflection: The Las Vegas Residency on December 4th, Carrie Underwood’s fans immediately zoomed in on her legs during the show. The country singer then shared some snapshots of her performance with the caption, “This is most definitely my happy place! Thanks to all those who came to the first shows! We saw so many familiar faces…you guys rock!”

Carrie Underwood’s followers not only praised her for the absolutely iconic performance, but they also praised her for the tone of her lower body. One follower wrote, “Damn, you are amazing all the time!! But if anyone work hard at the gym have some struggles doing it. Carrie’s legs are a motivation to keep going.”

“Amazing voice but those legs are mind blowing,” another fan went on to proclaim. 

Carrie Underwood Reveals One Workout Exercise She Is Just Not a Fan Of

During a March 2021 interview with CMT Radio’s Cody Alan, Carrie Underwood admitted there is one workout exercise that she is not really a fan of. “I hate burpees,” Underwood declared. “I hate burpees so much. My trainer Eve Overland, she loves burpees. And she will do the most insane variations of burpees. And I’m just like, ‘No.’”

Carrie Underwood also opened up to Instyle in January 2021 about her workout app, Fit52. “We had no idea when we were developing it that people were going to need to work out at home as much as they would. And how they would be relying on their computers or iPads or phones with very minimal equipment. Because equipment kind of became scarce there.”

Carrie Underwood also declared that the app was actually a lifesaver for her. “I don’t really know what I would have done last year without the Fit52 app.”

When chatting about how her husband, former NHL player Mike Fisher, started using the app. “He’d be like, ‘Oh, you should add this exercise. You should add that exercise.’ I finally just asked him, ‘Do you want [to be a part of it]? That’s the thing about the app: it’s ever-changing and ever-growing.”

In regards to her advice for those trying to get into a workout routine, Carrie Underwood added, “I feel like it’s so important to incorporate good things into your life. It is a lifestyle, it is a marathon. It’s not a sprint. Don’t do anything you can’t see yourself doing a year from now. Don’t cut out too much stuff or start working out at an unsustainable pace.”

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