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Jessie James Decker Shows Off Huge Muscles After Workout

Here’s how the country star stays in shape

If you've got it, flex it! Jessie James Decker is the perfect example of "strong is sexy." The country star shared a post-workout photo on her Instagram stories Monday, showing off her huge muscles and gorgeously toned figure. "Mama gettin after it on a rainy Monday," she wrote. "Wish there was a good work out for loose mommy skin." How does the mother-of-three maintain her super fit figure? Read on to see 6 ways Jessie James Decker stays in shape and the photos that prove they work—and to get beach-ready yourself, don't miss these essential 30 Best-Ever Celebrity Bikini Photos!


She Lifts Weights

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Jessie's buff body is primarily due to her weight training devotion. She recently demonstrated her routine on Instagram, which consists of 30 seconds of jump rope, high-knee running, ankle grabs, high kicks, lunges and lateral lunges, spinal rotations, and tension squats. Next she does overhead squats with resistance bands, medicine ball slams and tosses, medicine ball chest passes, medicine ball sit-up tosses, resistance band pulls, deadlifts, step-down exercises, weighted overhead presses, inverted rows, bent over kettlebell rows, weight plate steering wheel exercises, dumbbell rotations, and box jumps. "I work out 3 to 4 times a week and they pretty much look like this with certain variations whether we're doing more upper body or lower body," she explained. 


She Times Her Eating

While she doesn't use the term "intermittent fasting" Jessie explained to Women's Health that she skips breakfast. Her eating style is very similar to a 16:8 fasting routine. "I eat what I want to eat within that time frame but don't overdo it," she said. "The timing really is important to me."


She Eats a Lot/slidetitle]
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Jessie fuels her body with healthy food. She recently revealed what she eats in a day on Instagram. If she eats breakfast, On Instagram she revealed that if she does eat breakfast it will be a bowl of oatmeal or maybe coffee with cream, followed by a post-workout protein shake. "For lunch, I will have 4 to 6 ounces chicken salad or chicken over rice,"she continued. "For dinner, I will either have a lean red meat, like flank steak with vegetables, chili from my book, or the same kind of thing—chicken and rice vegetables or my fit-enchiladas from my first book."

[slidetitle num="4"]Frozen Meals Help Fill the Gaps

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When she doesn't have time to cook, Jessie relies on frozen meals from Trader Joes. "They are so good if I don't have time to make myself lunch," she told Women's Health. "I get the Indian curry or butter chicken and rice meals, and they are so delicious and filling. I have stashes of them in the freezer in the garage. I never want to run out."


She Doesn't Make Excuses

Even when she is busy, Jessie prioritizes her health. "Got in at 1:30 am last night from shooting a music video( deets on that coming soon)! But I wasn't about to miss my work out! Gotta get it in!!! Here's some snippets from this morning💪 (also if I'm in charge of the music and Eric doesn't take over, I play @nickelback to get my hyped," she captioned a recent post. 




Leah Groth
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