Lindsey Vonn, 36, Is All Toned Abs And Glutes In A New Workout Instagram Video

Her strength training routine is seriously impressive. BY WOMEN’S HEALTH EDITORS NOV 17, 2020

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  • Lindsey Vonn, 36, showed off her toned abs and butt in a new workout video.
  • In the Instagram post, the Olympic skier does a whole strength training routine.
  • The former pro athlete also eats sticks to a healthy diet of lean protein and veggies.

Even though Olympic skier Lindsey Vonn is retired from competitive skiing, she still stays active by doing strength training at the gym with her trainer—oh, and she’s got the toned arms, abs, and butt to prove it. This past week, the former professional athlete, 36, shared a few glimpses into her workouts with trainer Gunnar Peterson (who also trains celebs like Kate Beckinsale and the Kardashians).

Her strength training routine includes weighted squats, rope exercises, and lifts on a weight machine. “Worked hard last week. Looking forward to the new challenges this week will throw at me💪🏻 Bring it! #throughthework @projectrock @gunnarfitness,” she captioned the video of her sweat sesh.

While working out with X-Games skateboarding champ Leticia Bufoni, Lindsey also showed off her killer core while doing squats on a balance board.

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But Lindsey doesn’t just sweat it out to stay fit; she also eats healthy. She and her fiancé, NHL player P.K. Subban, work with celebrity nutritionist Phil Goglia to plan out their meals and use a meal delivery service to ensure they don’t impulse-buy any junk food at the grocery store. “If left to my own devices, I’d probably have mac and cheese and pasta and cereal,” Lindsey previously told Women’s Health. “I need everything to be laid out for me, otherwise I divert quickly.”

In the morning, she usually eats blueberries as a pre-exercise snack. “I try not to eat too much in the morning before I work out,” she explained. “I’m not working out crazy hard, but I notice I feel better; not as weighed down.”

Post-sweat sesh, Lindsey eats “egg white omelets with broccoli, chicken, and pepper, and stuff like that.” Usually, lunch is chicken or salmon with kale or cabbage. Dinner is similarly a mix of protein and veggies: examples include chicken salad with avocado or a zucchini pasta with bolognese meat sauce. Her favorite snacks are almonds, kiwis, and blueberries.

Even though Lindsey tries to eat healthy, she does indulge for dessert with some Ben and Jerry’s or a glass of red wine at night. Yum!