Carrie Underwood Shares Workout Photos Motivating Fans to Believe in Themselves
Country music singer Carrie Underwood took to her social media account to share some words of inspiration while working out. She shared photos of herself on Instagram while staying fit.
She might be forced to stay at home like everyone else, but that hasn’t stopped Underwood, 37, from staying healthy. Most areas are on lockdown or practicing social distancing amid the novel coronavirus pandemic.
On Monday, the musician shared two images of herself while working out. The country star’s images showed her sporting some pigtails.
Carrie Underwood at the American Music Awards on November 24, 2019, in Los Angeles, California | Photo: Kevin Mazur/Getty Images
Underwood urges fans to believe in themselves
The vest appeared to be part of her athletic apparel line CALIA by Carrie Underwood. In the second image, the country music star took a full-length picture of her clothing while posing in what seemed to be her in-house fitness room.
Showing off her home gym
Some exercise machines could be seen in the background of the photo. Early in the month, Underwood shared another fitness post with her fans.
Taking a breather after exercising
The star appeared to be outdoors in the image where she was seen sticking out her tongue. She captioned the April 11, 2020, post sharing that she’d struggled with exercising that morning.
Promoting her new fitness app
However, she gave credit to her fitness app, Fit52, for being able to press the “pause button” and take a breather. Underwood also chose to go makeup-free in the photo.
The CALIA activewear range
The star’s fitness range offers trendy and affordable items in sizes XS-XXXL. Last December, the musician celebrated her brand’s new winter collection at an Aspen Getaway.
Being an inspiration to others
She explained, at the time, how women would credit her for starting their own fitness journeys. Underwood shared how she’d made clothes that she loved to wear for her brand.
She revealed that she was seeing “how people are using them [her activewear] in lives, and taking ownership over their health and feeling better about themselves.”