REBEL Wilson flaunted her six-pack abs in new photos following her 40-pound weight loss.
The actress and comedienne encouraged fans to 'continue to crush!'
Rebel shared a snap wearing a black sports bra and matching leggings.
She captured the shot: "Started off having a bad day, but took myself on a giant walk, listening to some motivational podcasts & audiobooks (currently @antmiddleton The Fear Bubble) out in gorgeous nature…drank water…and you know what feel soooo much better now.
"We all have tough days but take a beat, take a nap, and then get back out there and continue to crush."
Rebel's boyfriend, Jacob Busch, also commented on the post with a heart emoji.
Rebel – who overhaul her diet and fitness at the start of 2020 – opened up about her previous unhealthy habits to People.
The Pitch Perfect star said: "Before I was probably eating 3,000 calories most days, and because they were normally carbs, I would still be hungry.
“So, I've really changed to eating a high-protein diet, which is challenging because I didn't used to eat a lot of meat. I eat fish, salmon, and chicken breast.”
The Australian actress added: “It doesn't mean every week is a healthy week. Some weeks are just write-offs, and there’s nothing you can do about that.”
Rebel also recently revealed she started her romance with her billionaire Anheuser-Busch heir before her 40-lb weight loss.
She told E! News: "Some people on social media say, 'Oh, well you lost weight and then you got a hot boyfriend.' But, what I do want to say to those people is that I actually dated Jacob when I was at my heaviest as well.
"So, it's not like I suddenly lost weight, and then you're like, oh, you get a hot boyfriend—that's not how it works. This guy liked me at 100 kilos and now 75 kilos.
"I just want to clear out that. There's something really comforting in that to me because you're like, oh, it wasn't necessarily of what my body type was. He really likes me for me."
For her weight loss, she focused on changing her eating habits saying: "For me, the big thing was looking at my emotional eating and why I was doing it, and working on the mental side, which for me comes down to self-love really.
"It's so hard to teach someone about that…I don't think I've arrived at some final destination yet."
She recalled dealing with an injury in Mexico after waves knocked her into rocks, scraping and bruising her: "I'm like, 'Oh, I'm just gonna eat the cupcake.' I'm slowly trying.
"Even though I'm such a confident person, I just wasn't treating myself with the same respect and love and kindness that I would probably treat other people with."
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