• Gabrielle Union shared three new bikini photos to her Instagram over the weekend.
  • She captioned the photos #SelfCareSunday and posed alongside the book Somebody’s Daughter.
  • Gabrielle swears by Pilates for both her fit physique and a “more clear” frame of mind.

    Gabrielle Union spent this past Sunday doing a #SelfCareSunday, which included some time by the pool with some sun, a cute sunhat, a good book, a gallon of alkaline water, and a super stylish bikini.

    “Sunday Essentials. #SelfCareSunday,” she captioned the pic.

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    In the pics, Gab is beaming as she poses with her #SelfCareSunday essentials, which include the book Somebody’s Daughter: A Memoir by Ashley C. Ford.

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    In case you were wondering (I know I was), Gabrielle’s toned abs are the result of hard work at the gym, including regular strength training exercises and plenty of planks. Plus, she loves Pilates.

    “The great thing about Pilates is that I can take out my annoyance from waking up early on the machines instead of human beings,” she told WH. “It’s for the greater good. My body responds to it, and I’m also more clear.”

    Gabrielle consistently shares her sweat sessions on Instagram in case you need more proof dedication to fitness.

    She recently posted a grueling weight training workout to her IG Stories, which included moves like seated dumbbell shoulder presses, resistance machine abs work, weighted single-leg squats using a slider under one foot as she extends her leg out laterally, and weighted sumo squats.

    She also doesn’t skimp on cardio. Gabrielle previously told Women’s Health that she’s big on doing cardio intervals. “I like to mix it up so I don’t get anxiety staring at the treadmill,” she said. “Cardio could be jumping jacks, running up my driveway, side shuffles like I used to do in basketball, an elliptical, treadmill, or sled pushes.”

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