This is the moment Yanet Garcia works out her bootylicious behind in leopard-print leggings to teach her 13 million Instagram followers how to keep tone their derrieres during COVID-19 self-isolation.
The 29-year-old Mexican stunner posted two workout clips on Instagram for her army of fans which have been viewed 725,000 and 365,000 times respectively in the first day of publication.
In the first video, the former ‘world’s hottest weather girl’, who now lives in the US with her American boyfriend Lewis Howes, is seen working out her juicy derriere in a tight-fitting pair of leopard-print leggings.
The dreamy brunette wrote: “No gym? No problem!
“I’ll share with you some of my favourite exercises for the buttocks which you can do at home.”
The second video shows Garcia prodding her firm buttocks with her finger before embarking on a series of home exercises to tone up the derriere.
She accompanied the clip with the hashtags ‘stay at home’ and ‘fit plan app’.
Earlier this month, Garcia scored a viral hit with a video of her ‘getting physical’ in the gym while wearing an 80s-style Olivia Newton-John spandex outfit and headband.
In the clip, which went viral with 2.5 million views, the curvy weather girl is seen wearing a brightly-coloured swimsuit and headband as she works out to Whitney Houston’s ‘I Wanna Dance with Somebody’.
However, the Mexican stunner posted a serious message with her 80s-style workout vid.
Garcia wrote: “I dream of a world in all women can be helpful and true to each other! Together we are stronger, faster and better.
“I want to bring inspiration to you and ask you to tag us on your workout posts, letting us know your dreams about women in fitness.”
She added: “I have been thinking a lot about the great change that is helping women and I have come up with the conclusion that change starts from within, because sadly it is usually women who damage each other.
“Being a feminist is not being against women, it is to want the same rights and opportunities. We are still so far away from achieving it and only together can we make the change.”
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