- Denise Austin shows off toned legs in a high-cut swimsuit.
- The 66-year-old fitness icon posed on a lounge chair next to a pool (and in front of the ocean!) in a recent Instagram post.
- We have all the details on Austin’s favorite leg workouts for strong muscles.
Summer may officially be over, but that’s not stopping Denise Austin from hitting the beach. In a new oceanside Instagram post, Austin wears a high-cut swimsuit showing off toned legs—and fans have a lot to say about the pic.
In the ocean-side snap, Austin poses on top of a lounge chair by a pool with her hands in the air and a wide grin on her face. She wears a navy swimsuit with cut-outs accentuating the V-neckline and down the high-cut leg-line (like this one).
“Happy Happy Sunday everyone!! It’s never too late to feel your happiest and healthiest!!” she captioned the post. “You will never regret committing to YOU…so start today and do something, no matter how big or small, to get you one step closer to achieving your goals!!! You can do anything you set your mind to. I believe in you!!! Xoxo”
Fans adored the picture. “Denise, you look awesome!!!! 🔥🔥🔥❤️❤️❤️,” one fan wrote. Another commented, “Stunning 😊🌺🌷.” Another fan wrote, “Absolutely Stunning Denise ❤️❤️❤️🔥🔥🔥😍😍😍.”
The comment section was filled with appreciation for the star’s words of encouragement. One person commented, “Thank you, @deniseaustin. I believe in you too. Happy Sunday!! ❤️❤️❤️.” Another fan wrote, “I need to start my day reading your Instagram posts, @deniseaustin!”
It’s not always easy finding the motivation to exercise consistently. But, Austin has us all covered with her large collection of workout videos (full of fitness inspo!) that she posts to Instagram. The best part about Austin’s videos is that she caters to people of all fitness levels. Whether you want a quick no no-equipment routine, tips to stay fit over 50, or a 10-minute Pilates workout to squeeze into your busy schedule, Austin has covered it in a fitness video.
But what does the 66-year-old do to strengthen leg muscles? A powerful lunge workout, which she has shared with fans in the past. It’s a simple routine that is easy on the joints and suitable for anyone trying to tone their legs.
If you’re looking to amp up the cardio, Austin has long touted the benefits of walking. “[Walking] strengthens your immune system,” the star previously told Prevention. “It boosts metabolism. It’s so good for your joints, bones, and muscles. It’s a great cardio and full-body workout, and it’s so simple that anyone can do it!”
You can find walking tips from the fitness pro and up your daily steps by following her ultimate 6-week walking guide. The plan features stretches, different walking paces, and movements to tone your muscles—because walking truly is a full-body workout.
We can’t wait to see what inspiring post Austin shares next!
Isabella Cavallo is a freelance editorial assistant at Prevention. She graduated from Binghamton University with a bachelor’s degree in English: Literature & Rhetoric. Isabella gained a passion for health journalism after a rare cancer diagnosis and treatment. When she’s not writing, you can find her listening to music, playing Bananagrams, or running through Central Park.