Dua Lipa has strong legs and butt in a thong bodysuit in new photos

  • Dua Lipa flaunted her epic booty and toned legs in a snakeskin thong bodysuit and fishnet tights while rocking on stage.
  • The singer starts her day with an early morning workout and enjoys strength training and cardio exercises.
  • Dua also devotes herself to adjusting to a 10-minute warm-up before embarking on more challenging physical activities.

To put it simply, Dua Lipa is as sculpted as heck, and she made sure everyone was well aware of that fact during her performance at the Sziget Festival in Budapest last night. As she sang, Dua turned the stage into her catwalk and took the opportunity to show off her sweet booty and strong legs in a thong bodysuit and fishnet tights.

The singer paired her look with heeled ankle boots and let her long dark hair flow behind her. Everything was just impeccable.

It makes sense that she’s as strong as she is, because her gigs are high-energy — they have her dancing, strutting, and rolling like nothing’s wrong. Yes, you have to see it to believe it.

In addition, Dua is a real expert at posing. Looked:

Dua Lipa on stage.

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And of course, she gave her fans a quick spin to give them another look at her killer booty. Go girl!

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Dua Lipa in fishnet and bodysuit on stage.

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Here’s the ‘fit in action:

But those epic muscles didn’t come without a big sweat. Dua gets busy early in the morning to start her day. “Being physical really starts my day off right,” she said. Refinery29. She also apparently took early morning Zoom sculpting classes led by her friend, Ella Jenkin, according to Cosmopolitan.

She previously trained with fitness trainer Peter MacIver who shared some of Dua’s secrets with a sculpted AF body with Women’s health in the UK.

Dua and MacIver trained together three to four times a week, each session lasting about an hour. During their sessions, she worked on cardio and resistance training, which often included hill sprints and bodyweight training, according to United Kingdom. They also practiced balance and agility.

He noted that Dua was adamant about her warm-ups. “We spent 10 minutes before each session to make sure his joints and muscles were ready,” MacIver explained. This allowed her to stave off injuries so she could continue to grace her fans with jaw-dropping dance skills on the reg.

Keep up the good work, Dua!

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