Former WWE star AJ Lee has undergone a dramatic body transformation.
The 36-year-old Women of Wrestling commentator and former three-time WWE Divas Champion looks torn.
Lee posed for photographer Felicity Murphy wearing a white crop top and pink leggings series of shots showcasing her impressive physique.
Her Instagram post was followed with the caption “been bulking.” other with more snaps from the shoot posing in a black shorts and sports bra combo and a white shorts and top ensemble.
Here, Lee gave her 1 million followers a glimpse of her recent fitness journey.
“I never post much here because it feels like socializing and makes me introvert sweats, but I wanted to answer your questions,” she said.
She explained how it all started last spring when she started her own fitness program as she has a fitness certification.
After starting creatine, she “discovered HiIT, increased my protein intake, and toyed with progressive overload.”
“I was never hungry, I listened to my body, gave it carbs when it wanted it and took many days off to protect my muscles because the key to consistency for me is finding a routine that… feels sustainable over the long term.”
“I’m not a doctor, this is just my personal experience, so consult a professional.”
“But I believe that crash dieting, zero carb dieting and overcoming pain are bullshit.
“Be kind to yourself, be patient and you will last longer. I gave myself a whole year to reach my goal.”
“We should never exercise to earn food or to punish ourselves, only to improve our physical and mental health, to make us feel stronger, and to scare strangers on the street.”
Her posts have since garnered a flood of comments from fans who have been amazed by her new looks and outspokenness.
One fan commented: “Incredible development”
Another added: “THE THIGHS D**N”
Meanwhile, one fan said: “Holy Gun Show!”
Another comment called her “such an inspiration!!! Much love!”
Outside of her education, it has also recently been revealed that Lee is one of the cast members in an upcoming comedy movie called Sacramento, alongside artists like Kristen Stewart and Michael Cera meeting.
In May, Lee also attended the Writers Guild of America strike and posted a series of snaps from the event, captioned “#wgastrong.”