Olympic Gymnast Nastia Liukin Has Legs for Days Posing in Black One-Piece in the Desert
Former Olympic gymnast Nastia Liukin looked all of shades gorgeous as she flaunted her long legs and stunning figure while posing in Joshua Tree National Park, California.
Olympic gymnast Nastia Liukin showed off her long legs and gorgeous figure in new pictures she shared in a recent Instagram post showing moments from the time she spent at Joshua Tree National Park, California.
In the pictures, Liukin was clad in a black one-piece swimsuit that featured a bareback opening. The swimsuit also had pink flower designs on its edges.
In the first picture, she posed standing on a flat wooden platform and raised her hands to the sky, throwing her head backward. She also pushed her upper body forward and lower body backward while flaunting her long legs.
In the second photo, she had a similar pose. However, she did not raise her hands to the sky. Instead, she put her right hand over her face and her left hand on her stomach area.
In the last picture, Liukin maintained her pose but showed more of her back to the camera, with her face still covered. The expansive desert surrounding her and the clear blue sky and white clouds above her added a scenic view to the photos.
In the post's caption, the gymnast wrote, "wanderlust and desert dust ✨." Her fans gushed over her gorgeous legs and impressive figure in the post's comment section.
In the days when she wanted to quit, her mom always encouraged her to keep going
Last Monday, Liukin touched down in Palm Springs, California, and made sure her Instagram fans were part of her ride as she shared some of her moments with them.
She shared a video on her Instagram Story showing her all smiles as she dragged a suitcase behind her. She showed off her petite frame in a white top and edgy leather biker jacket, which she wore unzipped.
Liukin's trip to California means she has left her beautiful home in Dallas, Texas, for a while. She teamed up with Pottery Barn to design the lovely home.
The home features an eye-catching photo wall in the dining room. The photo wall features glimpses of things that are important to Liukin and her life's memories.
Liukin won five medals, including a gold medal as an 18-year-old at the 2008 Olympic Games. She learned her gymnastics exploits from her parents, Valerie and Anna, who were world champion gymnasts.
Liukin credits her parents for her gymnastics success and told Today that they wanted her to find her own happiness and identity. She also revealed that in the days when she wanted to quit, her mom always encouraged her to keep going.
Liukin also told ABC News following her gold medal win at the 2008 Olympic Games that her father was the reason she got to that point and that without him, she would not have accomplished what she did.