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Survivor Star Drea Wheeler in Two-Piece Workout Gear is "Training"

"Couldn’t believe I had completely lost my 🍑 😳"

Drea Wheeler appeared on the 42nd season of Survivor. She was a very popular contestant, and was even given prize money from Sia. Wheeler is also a fitness expert. In February, she shared a reel of what she did after being voted out of Survivor. In it, she is seen running and using weights. Wheeler captioned the post, "I'm often asked, what did I do as soon as I was voted out on @survivorcbs. Took a lot of tequila shots and then started my @bodyliciousbydrea trainings 💪🏾 OBVIOUSLY 🙄 LITERALLY couldn't believe I had completely lost my 🍑 😳 and YES the #DreaApproved Booty Bands made their way to Fiji."  How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Drea Wheeler stays in shape and the photos that prove they work.


She Runs

As you can see in her Instagram post, Wheeler likes to run to stay in shape. Better Health states that running has a lot of benefits. "Regular running or jogging offers many health benefits. Running can: help to build strong bones, as it is a weight bearing exercise, strengthen muscles, improve cardiovascular fitness, burn plenty of kilojoules, help maintain a healthy weight."


She Strength Trains

As you can see in her recent post, Wheeler likes to strength train. She is also seen doing bicep curls and dual pulley rows in this post on Instagram. Strength training has a lot of benefits. The Mayo Clinic states, "Strength training can help you manage or lose weight, and it can increase your metabolism to help you burn more calories."


She Does The Elliptical


In the previous Instagram post, Wheeler is seen using the elliptical. The Hospital For Special Surgery states that the elliptical is a great machine to use. "Elliptical machines are a bit like the Swiss Army knives of the gym. The forward-and-back motion of their pedals simulates walking or jogging, while the up-down movement is akin to a stair climber. Meanwhile, the arm attachments provide the arms, chest and shoulders with a muscle-building workout."


She Wants To Empower Others

Wheeler wants to use her fitness program to empower others. She talked about this in the caption of this Instagram post. "April 1st = Spring Bodylicious Challenge! This isn't just about fitness. It's about reclaiming your strength, confidence, and inner radiance. Join me on a journey of self-discovery and empowerment as we celebrate the beauty of your body and spirit. Let's turn your fitness dreams into reality and your doubts into triumphs. Sign up now through link in bio or shop button and let the transformation begin!"


She Works Her Lower Body

Wheeler doesn't skip leg day. She got back into lower body workouts not long after having her first child. Wheeler shared some of her favorites in this Instagram video. In it, she is seen doing squats, lunge step backs, and dips with a resistance band. Wheeler captioned the post, "3 months postpartum workout after a high risk pregnancy with modified bed rest and 1 year of 0 training. Friendly Reminder: Pregnancy Journeys look different but the end goal is the same 👶🏽 You've got this Mamas xx"

Anna Bechtel
Anna Bechtel is a freelance writer currently based in Hamden, CT. Read more
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