When you’re a superhero like Gal Gadot, you know the importance of exercising the right way. So, the Wonder Woman star decided to drop a little knowledge on her fans on Instagram—in a cheeky way.
The 37-year-old actress shared two photos of herself hanging out in a floral armchair while working a cheeky, white leotard. In one pic, she’s bent forward with her strong legs curled over the arm of the chair, and a hint of toned booty peeking out. In the other, she’s stretched out, showing off those legs and booty again. “Don’t forget to stretch 😜,” she joked in the caption.
Predictably, everyone totally freaked out over the super strong photos. “My wonder woman😍,” said one person in the comments, while another left a comment with more fire emojis than I can count.
Gal hasn’t shared a ton about her fitness routine recently, but her trainer Magnus Lygdback previously told Women’s Health about the intense training the two went through to prepare her for Wonder Woman 1984. For starters, they worked together for one hour, five days a week, for the better part of a year.
During that time, Gal focused on resistance training and she cycled through a focus on different muscle groups, depending on the day. Think: leg day, chest and back day, arms and shoulders day… . “I’m a big fan of working different parts of the body every day so your body gets to recover and rest in between,” Lygdback shared.
Also in the mix: HIIT training on a stationary bike and treadmill three times a week, along with core work. Gal is in pre-production for Wonder Woman 3, so she’s likely gearing up for another go at that intense training regimen:
But Gal told Shape that she’s a little less regimented when she’s not filming. “I like to do interval training, and I’m super grateful that I can do those workouts in my gym at home,” she said. “I try to get to it every day, but sometimes it’s more like three to four times a week. It’s been a bit challenging to carve out the time with the family at home.”
Gal owns the company Goodles, which features noodle dishes that have protein and prebiotics, and she regularly posts online about how much she loves it.
As for the rest of her diet, Lygdback told WH that Gal tends to fill up on whole foods, protein, complex carbs, vegetables, and healthy fats, like poached eggs with quinoa, tomato, and avocado for breakfast; grilled tuna and vegetables for lunch; and steak, wild rice, kale, and kimchi for dinner.
She’s also sure to stay very hydrated during the day. Gal told Shape that she wakes up and drinks water “like a camel,” while making sure to stay hydrated as she goes about her business.
And on the fun front, Gal certainly looks like she’s living it up. She just shared that she took a “much needed” girls’ trip with her buddies—likely before diving into the next round of Wonder Woman.