Carrie Underwood, who stunned fans with her rapid post-baby weight loss, posted a makeup-free selfie on Instagram, revealing she and NFL star husband Mike Fisher work out together at home.
“The couple that slays together, stays together!” Carrie wrote on Instagram July 9. “Working out is always better with a partner!”
In June, Underwood shocked off her stunning post-baby weight loss at the 2015 CMT Awards, where she won three CMTs, including video of the year for “Something In the Water.”
Underwood’s weight loss secrets are a vegan diet, running and kickboxing workouts, Examiner reported. Carrie also does weightlifting, preferring to lift light weights at high repetitions.
Carrie is a longtime vegan who followed a vegetarian diet during her pregnancy. Underwood returned to her vegan diet after giving birth to son Isaiah Michael Fisher in February 2015.
Underwood joins a long list of celebrity vegans, who credit the 100% plant-based diet for its weight loss and anti-aging health benefits. Other celebrity vegans include Beyonce and Demi Moore.
Beyonce’s longtime trainer, Marco Borges, said The 22-Day Revolution diet helped Beyonce lose 65 pounds several months after she gave birth to daughter Blue Ivy in 2012
The 5-foot-7 Beyonce, who once weighed 195 pounds, has since maintained her weight loss and looks better than ever.
Borges, who has trained Beyonce since 2007, said her mostly vegan diet is responsible for her sizzling body. “I am not naturally the thinnest,” said Beyonce. I have curves.”
Beyonce continued: “I have struggled since a young age with diets and finding something that actually works, actually keeps the weight off, has been difficult for me.”
Similarly, Jennifer Lopez has credited Marco’s 22-day vegan diet for her 10-pound weight loss and age-defying beauty.
Experiencing easy weight loss and improved health on a vegan diet isn’t surprising to medical experts like Dr. Joel Fuhrman.
“The more greens you eat, the more weight you will lose,” said Fuhrman, author of The End of Dieting.
Underwood, who shot to fame after winning “American Idol” in 2005, has undergone a dramatic transformation during the past 10 years.
Carrie’s workouts included lots of high-intensity cardio exercise such as running on the treadmill and kickboxing, as well as strength-training with 5- to 30-pound weights, according to Examiner.
“My favorite thing is cardio,” Underwood said. “Cardio makes me feel good, it makes me happy.”