Gabrielle Union's Abs Are 🔥 In Swimsuit Photoshoot, And So Is Her Husband's Comment

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  • Gabrielle Union, 48, took a break from celebrating the success of her latest children's book by showing off her sculpted abs in a new Instagram post.

  • In the photos, the actress wore a black two-piece bathing suit while swimming in Miami.

  • To stay fit, Gabrielle is constantly trying different cardio and strength training exercises so she doesn't get bored.

If you're in need of some #fitspo, then Gabrielle Union's Instagram is the perfect place to go. The actress, 48, is dedicated to sharing her fitness journey and often posts pictures of her in-tense works and results. In her latest post, Gabrielle blessed fans with new photos of her very toned self emerging from a Miami swimming pool, six-pack and all.

"Miami Dayzzz #FBF 📸 by @aprilbellephotos," she captioned the snaps, and set the location as "Me Doing Me." Fans were super supportive in the comments, including one guy Gabrielle knows pretty well.

"My Favorite 🥵 ❤️ 😍," commented her husband and NBA star Dwyane Wade. Gab's response: "Meet me on the side of the house." Talk about relationship goals!

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To get those sculpted abs, Gabrielle relies on three 50-minute workouts every week. Six minutes is dedicated to cardio intervals. "Cardio could be jumping jacks, running up my driveway, side shuffles like I used to do in basketball, an elliptical, treadmill, or sled pushes," she previously told WH. "I like to mix it up so I don't get anxiety staring at the treadmill."

As far as strength training goes, Gabrielle is all about basic lower-body moves, like squats and lunges. "They've never really failed," she says. "You can do those anywhere. I keep a resistance band in my backpack that I bring to work every day. I can just do side shuffles and leg lifts and squats with the resistance band."

Sometimes, she adds dumbbells or uses her bodyweight. "Basically I try to stay as flexible as possible so I don't get too bogged down," she says.

Gabrielle keeps her fitness goals super relatable, too. "I get to work out my aggression, my fears, my anxiety before I get to work or before my daughter wakes up," she says. "It brings me a level of peace that I wouldn't otherwise have. I know when I don't get my workout in, I notice it the most in my mood. I tend to have a lot more patience after I've worked out."

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