She has made a name for herself all over the world with her successful activewear label PE Nation.
And on Thursday, Pip Edwards proved she was her brand’s best model when she posed in matching gray plaid cycling shorts and a crop top.
In a photo posted to her Instagram, the 41-year-old is holding a plank position, both training her abs and showing off her toned figure to perfection.
Model material! On Thursday, Pip Edwards proved she was her brand’s best model when she posed in matching gray plaid cycling shorts and a PE Nation crop top.
“Perfect place to hold plank,” the blonde beauty captioned the photo, which was taken during a photo shoot for an upcoming commercial.
This isn’t the first time Pip has proudly displayed her incredible body to her 175,000 Instagram followers.
Last month, the businesswoman posted a photo of herself taking part in a relaxing Pilates exercise.
At the time, she claimed that the exercise, which involves lying on her back with her weighted feet against a wall, helps “restore balance.”
Self-care: The 41-year-old founder of PE Nation shared a photo on Instagram last month of her taking part in a relaxing Pilates exercise
“Restoring the balance #pilates #penation #metime,” she wrote in the caption.
Pip wore stylish activewear for her Pilates session at home, including a black and pink crop top and tartan-inspired leggings.
In the past, Pip has attributed her ripped abs to a Pilates workout founded by Sydney-based instructor Kirsten King. Fluid Form Pilates.
The secret to PE Nation designer Pip Edwards’ body is FluidForm Pilates in Sydney, where she used to come as a studio and now completes her workouts at home
She has been a supporter of the Clovelly-based studio since it launched several years ago, and currently practices solo classes taught online from her home in the Eastern Suburbs.
What do Pip’s Pilates workouts involve?
* Reformer Pilates moves on a machine
* Bare work
* Resistance bands matting
* Swiss ball twists
* Donkey strikes back with resistance bands
* Squats with tires
* Isometric grips on the mat
Post to InstagramPip shared how her Pilates sessions three times a week “keep her healthy (and sweaty) through this time”:
“I’m trying to stick with my ISO Pilates routine,” she wrote this week.
“It was quite a challenge to do it alone from home, so for all of you, don’t be hard on yourself.”
A typical Fluidform workout involves small movements and “isometric poses” — holding your body halfway through the exercise for 45 seconds — to strengthen and tighten the smaller muscles.
“I’m a big believer in consistent, regular exercise. Exercising your body for just 20 to 30 minutes a day is much more beneficial than exercising for an hour once or twice a week,” founder Kirsten previously told the Daily Mail Australia about her workouts.
“This is what I personally practice between juggling work and home — I’ve found that as long as I take in 20 minutes a day, I can keep my body in good shape and functioning properly.”
Pip has been a supporter of the Clovelly-based studio since it launched several years ago, and usually has private lessons with the CEO Kirsten King (pictured with Pip)
Pip (pictured practicing Pilates) uses only a few pieces of equipment to strengthen the smaller muscles – including a Swiss ball, resistance bands, mats and weights
When it comes to her other fitness, diet and wellness secrets, Pip has revealed that she is a huge fan of vegetarian food.
What’s a typical day on Pip’s board?
BREAKFAST: Boiled eggs with Tabasco sauce with a low-fat mocha.
LUNCH: Soup or salad with coffee.
AFTERNOON SNACKS: Trail mix or crackers with Vegemite and cottage cheese.
SUPPER: Chicken with vegetables or bolognese.
AFTER DINNER: Licorice tea, cashew nuts with dates, yogurt with cashew nuts or Darrell Lea licorice.
“I’m all for a vegetarian diet, bordering on vegan,” she told the Daily Mail Australia.
A typical ‘midweek meal’ is roasted vegetables and salad with ‘some kind of soup’, while she also enjoys tacos when she’s a little more relaxed.
Pip also previously told Women’s Health that she loves eggs, despite being almost vegan:
“I always have eggs and Tabasco in my handbag, I think it’s the only quick snack that’s healthy and can also help keep me full,” she told the newspaper. publication.
A typical day on her plate is boiled eggs and Tabasco sauce for breakfast with a low-fat mocha, for soup or salad with another coffee for lunch.
‘Trailmix in the afternoon and crackers with Vegemite and cottage cheese as a snack,’ she told She.
Dinner is typically chicken with vegetables or bolognese or something else ‘savoury’.
“If I snack at night, it’s licorice tea, cashew nuts with dates, yogurt with cashew nuts or if I’m really craving sugar, I eat a lot of Darrell Lea licorice!”
Pip also swears by acupuncture, weekly saunas, and a week of swimming at Bondi Icebergs when it’s open.
When it comes to her other fitness, diet and wellness secrets, Pip (pictured) has revealed that she is a huge fan of vegetarian food and is almost vegan except for her love of eggs
Successful: Pip Edwards has made a name for himself around the world after successfully launching her activewear label PE Nation, which is worn by celebrities such as the Kardashian sisters and Elle Macpherson