Rebel Wilson is continuing to showcase her incredible 30kg weight loss online during a trip to Atlanta, with the star posing for a mirror selfie in a black swimsuit.
The 41-year-old showed off her legs in the snap, but kept things sun safe by donning a wide-brimmed hat and a black rash vest.
The actress is currently working on the film Senior Year and has been sharing photos from set, including some in which she's wearing a prom dress and posing with friends in photo booth-style pictures.
Senior Year is described as: "A 37-year-old woman wakes up from a twenty-year-coma and returns to the high school where she was once a popular cheerleader."
The comedy stars Angourie Rice, another Aussie, along with Alicia Silverstone, Justin Hartley, Zoe Chao, Mary Holland, and Sam Richardson.
Fans have been loving seeing Rebel's health journey with one user commenting on Instagram, "You are such an inspiration and one that has made me kickstart my own health journey. Three weeks in now and loving it. Can’t wait to see the results you have successfully achieved. Well done for being such a great role model."
"You’re GORGEOUS! Keep doing you!!" another added.
"You look phenomenal! Get it girl!" a third wrote.
Jono Castano, Rebel's Aussie personal trainer shared his "most important" tip for those looking to transform their bodies like the star.
"I'd say her consistency has been the most important thing," he told Yahoo Lifestyle. "If you're consistent and you're getting amazing results then it's just going to continue to show, even if it's not just in your appearance, but it's also going to help in bringing out the best in you," he said.
"We sometimes forget about what fitness and results actually does, it's not just about losing weight, it gives you so much more confidence."
Rather than attempting a 12-week challenge or something else short-term, Rebel understood it would take time to make real lifestyle changes and has focused on making her new diet and fitness program sustainable.
Jono also revealed his favourite tip that he shares with all of his clients, which is surprisingly simple.
"For reaching your fat loss goals, I'd probably say my favourite tip that I love to give out is: eat to be satisfied, not to be full. And that goes in terms of incorporating enough calories into your diet, because at the end of the day, we eat to be satisfied, we don't eat to be full or bloated," he explained.
"Because all that's going to create is that you're going to be tired, it's going to be hard to process, you're not going to absorb all the nutrients. So, I think when you know you're satisfied, stop there and then give it two hours and then eat again. Rather than just eating large meals where you're just going to feel tired."
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