Rebel teases big ‘secret’ with workout pics
Aussie actress Rebel Wilson has teased an upcoming project, posting a series of activewear-clad photos and gym equipment.
Also tagged in the photos is American football team, the Los Angeles Rams, hinting at a potential collaboration with the football club. Their logo was also seen on her T-shirt and on the exercise equipment.
"Guess who I'm talking to??" she shared in the caption. "Top secret mission with @rams (that's all I'll say for now)."
Although the 41-year-old remained tight-lipped over the actual project, the Pitch Perfect actress' Instagram stories may have given away a few clues. Wilson shared photos of her exercising, and pictures of her posing with a group of women also wearing activewear.
Recently the actress has been in the spotlight for her incredible 30kg weight loss, which she credits with a mix of a specific diet and lots of exercise. It's been widely reported Wilson is following the Mayr Method diet plan which includes eating high alkaline whole foods very slowly, aiming to count out 30 chews per mouthful.
When in Sydney she also reportedly trains at SOMA Collection, a luxury boutique gym created by fitness experts and pals, Franco Atashi and Simon Anderson.
"Rebel was here for around three-months and had an amazing body transformation in that three-months which has enabled her to go even further to where she is today - she is an inspiration to millions of people and it's amazing to see," said Mr Anderson, referring to Wilson's stint in Sydney in early 2020.
When in the US however, Wilson trains with celebrity personal trainer, Gunnar Peterson, whose client list has included the likes of Khloe Kardashian, Sofia Vergara, Angelina Jolie and Matthew McConaughey.
However, Wilson's "year of health" hasn't been well-received by everyone. The 2020 project saw her challenge saw her attempt to get to a goal weight of 75 kgs, which she achieved in November last year.
Reflecting on her transformation over a candid Instagram Live in December 2020, the comedian said some of her industry peers wanted her to "stay as Fat Amy".
"And at the end of the day it is my life and my body and Hollywood had in a way typecast me but I didn't want to stay like that," she said.
"It makes me sad sometimes that I didn't value myself enough before all of this to get healthy."
Originally published as Rebel teases big 'secret' with workout pics