Brooke Shields, 55, just showed off her toned butt and legs in new swimsuit pics.
The photos were taken by Brooke's friend and fellow model, Helena Christensen.
The model uses resistance bands and aerial exercises to stay fit.
If there's one thing model and actress Brooke Shields, 55, knows how to do it's pose for the camera. Well, she just showed off her legendary modeling skills—and her toned butt and legs—in a series of gorgeous black and white photos taken by her friend, fellow model, and professional photographer, Helena Christensen. In the photos, Brooke is wearing a black one-piece swimsuit while soaking up some sun and posing with flowers.
"A great friend and a dream collaborator 🖤 thank you for believing in my vision and helping bring it to life. 📸 @helenachristensen," the supermodel captioned the post.
Fans definitely noticed that Brooke has legs for days in the photoshoot, especially in that first shot. "Ooooh those gorgeous long legs," one person said. "Gorgeous❤️🌹 Brooke🌹 👍🏻👍🏻😍🤩😍," said another. "Best Brooke Pic ever !" commented yet another.
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So, how does Brooke keep her legs so strong? She's been giving her Instagram followers a peek into her workout routine by sharing weekly workout videos with her trainer, Ngo Okafor, on Instagram.
Those workouts usually target specific muscles separately, something Brooke prefers to do after her knee surgery in 2018.
"I started working on little individual muscles, and sort of shaping the muscles that don't really get attention," she said on Today.
She also works her lower body with resistance bands. Instead of lifting big weights, Brooke finds she gets the same results from smaller, more targeted movements.
Getting one more workout in before the holidays. It’s been a long road from my knee surgery last year to now – I’ve learned so much about my body and I’m excited to share more of my wellness journey with you.
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"You don't have to deadlift 100 pounds. You can do small, teeny movements to activate these little muscles that actually wrap around other bigger muscles, and they tighten them all in," she said. "It was a revelation to work with a personal trainer and it not be a crazy painful thing."
Brooke's routine also includes aerial workouts. She previously told Health, "I've just started hanging upside down in inversion boots, doing hamstring pulls and sit-ups. I'm amazed at how great it feels on my back. I'll just hang there and then start doing a whole series of crunches and things like that. It's really hard, but it's really great, and I notice a difference."
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