Rebel Wilson has been on her health and fitness journey for over a year now and by being consistent she's lost over 20kg.
With her newfound confidence, the 40-year-old has been experimenting with fashion and shared a photo of herself working out with celebrity personal trainer Gunnar Peterson on Tuesday while wearing what appeared to be a leather catsuit.
"I just slunk into this little catsuit number because I'm about to do a workout with my U.S. trainer Gunnar Peterson," she told her followers before adding on a yellow hoodie for her training session.
The reason for the outfit was because the pair were live-streaming the workout with Olly Wellness, a vitamin and supplement company.
"Normally my workouts with @gunnarfitness are top secret because we talk about way too many personal things but today we got to live Zoom one with the help from our friends at @ollywellness," she wrote.
Gunnar shared one of her photos and added: "Dressing to match the gym is next level @rebelwilson, just like everything you do!"
In November, Rebel shared that she'd officially reached her goal weight of 75kg.
Speaking with Yahoo Lifestyle, Rebel's Australian trainer Jono Castano shared the "most important" part of Rebel's weight loss journey.
"I'd say her consistency has been the most important thing, 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."
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.
"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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