Rebel Wilson Is a Fitness Goddess in a Tight Black Swimsuit as She Takes Her First Surf Lesson
Rebel Wilson updated her media with images and clips of her latest adventure and she flaunted her fit figure in a surfing gear. Wilson let fans know she was surfing for the first time.
It is safe to say that Rebel Wilson’s “year of health” has been going excellently well, and she has lovely social media pictures to show for it.
In her latest Instagram show-off, Wilson wanted fans to know she had taken on a new adventure as she shared photos and videos of her first surfing lessons.
WILSON IS FITNESS GOALS
While Wilson’s surfing experience was part of her fitness journey, it was no less fun. The images shared on her page showed the star actress looking trim in a black-fitted gear as she posed beside her purple surfing board and other surfers. She wrote in her caption:
"First ever surf lesson in Malibu. Thanks to my BU crew for having my back and teaching me…"
More of her photos showed Wilson enjoying a pleasant time with her fellow surfers and teacher as they continually posed for the camera. The clips which filmed her from afar off showed Wilson having a fun-filled day.
WILSON ON WEIGHT LOSS
The quarantine period provided Wilson with enough time for her new year resolution to work on her health. So far, she has been living it up with impressive progress. On Instagram, Wilson often shares images of herself during intense workout sessions.
Castano stated that a two-month fitness journey was not enough time.
However, Wilson has not been dwelling on just the physical aspect of healthcare, as her inner well-being is another vital part. Once in an interview, the 40-year-old mentioned that she was trying to curb her eating habit because she was an “emotional eater.”
WHAT IT TAKES TO BE FIT
Rebel Wilson’s personal trainer, Jono Castano, recently dished his take on what it takes to embark on a productive fitness journey. Castano, an Australia native, shared that fitness goals should be realistic.
The pro fitness personnel made it known that body transformations were not an easy fit, and anyone willing to go on weight loss journeys should not seek the easiest routes.
He added that keeping fit should be on a continuum where the individual continues fitness routines while having it in mind that it is a never-ending process.
Castano stated that a two-month fitness journey was not enough time because after setting it up at two months, one might get depressed if the goal is not achieved at the end of the set date.