Dua Lipa flaunted her epic booty and toned legs in a snakeskin, thong bodysuit and fishnet tights while rocking out onstage.
Dua is also dedicated to fitting in 10-minute warm-up before getting into more challenging physical activities.
To put it simply, Dua Lipa is as sculpted as all heck, and she made sure everyone was well aware of that fact during her performance at the Sziget Festival in Budapest last night. As she sang, Dua transformed the stage into her catwalk, and took the opportunity to show off her perky booty and strong legs in a snakeskin-patterned, thong bodysuit and fishnet tights.
The singer paired her look with heeled booties and let her long, dark hair flow behind her. The whole thing was just immaculate.
It makes sense that she’s as strong as she is, because her concerts are really high energy—they have her dancing, strutting, and body rolling like it’s nobody’s business. Yeah, you kinda have to see it to believe it.
Plus, she's a real expert at striking a pose. Take a look:
And of course, she did a quick spin for her fans to give them another look at her killer booty. You go, girl!
Here's the 'fit in action:
But these epic muscles didn't come without some serious sweat. Dua gets active early in the morning to kickstart her day. "Getting physical really starts my day off right," she told Refinery29. She also apparently has taken some early morning Zoom sculpt classes led by her friend, Ella Jenkin, according to Cosmopolitan.
She previously trained with fitness trainer Peter MacIver who shared a few of Dua's secrets to a sculpted AF bod with Women's Health UK.
Dua and MacIver used to train together three to four times a week, with each session lasting around an hour. During their sessions, she worked on cardio and resistance training, which often included hill sprints and body-weight workouts, according to WH UK. They also practiced balance and agility.
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He noted that Dua was adamant about her warm-ups. "We’d spend 10 minutes before every session to make sure her joints and muscles were ready," MacIver explained. Doing so allowed her to avoid injuries so she could keep gracing her fans with jaw-dropping dance skills on the reg.
Keep up the good work, Dua!
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