Olivia Wilde Flaunts a Fit Figure in Leggings and a Sleeveless Tee After a Workout in Los Angeles

Olivia Wilde seems to be on a mission to enhance her already incredibly toned figure.

Having been seen arriving and leaving the gym several times recently, the actress and director looked excited and upbeat after enduring another grueling workout in Los Angeles on Wednesday.

Her latest outing to the gym follows her new film Don’t Worry Darling, which she fulfills as both director and one of the stars, making her number one box office debut.

Beaming: Olivia Wilde, 38, looked full of energy and good spirits as she left a gym in Los Angeles after another grueling workout on Wednesday

Wilde, 38, seemed to have an extra jump in her step as she exited the gym and towards her parked car.

Seemingly energized by her workout, the actress and director flashed a big, beaming smile as she flaunted her toned figure in skintight black leggings and a matching sleeveless Nike t-shirt.

With the sun blazing and the temperature reaching 80 degrees Fahrenheit in the afternoon, Wilde wore stylish black sunglasses while sporting black sneakers.

She also had a large brown bag slung over her right shoulder while carrying a cool drink in her right hand and a workout towel on her forearm.

In keeping with her workout fashion, she had her long brown tresses pulled back from her face with a high ponytail, which bounced up and down as she enthusiastically strolled down some streets.

Sporty: The actress and director showed off her fabulous figure in skin-tight leggings with a sleeveless t-shirt and matching sneakers

Sporty: The actress and director showed off her fabulous figure in skin-tight leggings with a sleeveless t-shirt and matching sneakers

The mother-of-two prefers to move at her own pace when it comes to health and fitness, incorporating different forms of activity like walking, indoor cycling and a diet that suits whatever role she is preparing for at the time.

The mother-of-two prefers to move at her own pace when it comes to health and fitness, incorporating different forms of activity like walking, indoor cycling and a diet that suits whatever role she is preparing for at the time.

When it comes to health and fitness, the mother-of-two prefers to move at her own pace, incorporating different forms of activity into her fitness regimen that best suits the role she’s preparing for at the time, according to health yogi.

Her workout routines usually include walking, which comes easily from the fact that she’s a New Yorker who likes to walk as much as possible to hr destinations.

Indoor cycling is another exercise that Olivia includes more regularly in her lifestyle.

She also likes to stay active by enjoying her daily scenarios; like using the stairs instead of an elevator, and walking every time she goes to make a series of phone calls.

During her training for her role in Tron: Legacy, she had a mix of weight training three days a week, cardio circuit training five days a week, and mixed martial arts as much as possible on training days, because his character was doing a lot of fighting.

To improve the mind-body connection, the New York native adds Transcendental Meditation, to accompany good mindful eating that includes being aware of what happens to your body and mind after eating certain foods.

Although she struggles with consistency and can go off the charts at times, but tries to get back to clean eating as soon as possible.

Slashing: The psychological thriller Don't Worry Darling, starring Florence Pugh and Harry Styles, debuted at number one at the box office after its September 23 premiere;  the film is Wilde's second stint as a feature film director

Slashing: The psychological thriller Don’t Worry Darling, starring Florence Pugh and Harry Styles, debuted at number one at the box office after its September 23 premiere; the film is Wilde’s second stint as a feature film director

Give Thanks: Pugh took to Instagram to thank her colleagues, including Wilde, for helping to make Don't Worry Darling during the height of COVID-19;  Pugh is pictured with Wilde, who starred in the film and served as director

Give Thanks: Pugh took to Instagram to thank her colleagues, including Wilde, for helping to make Don’t Worry Darling during the height of COVID-19; Pugh is pictured with Wilde, who starred in the film and served as director

After making its box office debut after opening on September 23, Don’t Worry Darling has now grossed $55.7 million worldwide, as of October 4.

According Complex.

Wilde reportedly started dating Styles in January 2021 after meeting before the film was filmed, and is said to still be in a relationship.

‘Don’t Worry Darling is officially open. Ahhhhhhhh!!!!!!! I am deeply grateful for this experience and for the extraordinary effort of the group of artists who made it possible. We’ve come together to tell you a story, and we hope you have fun with it,’ Wilde captioned a photo showing herself, Pugh, Styles and screenwriter Katie Silberman on the day the film was released. last month.

Wilde was set to move into her third stint as director of the biopic Perfect, based on the true story of gymnast Kerri Strug, who is best known for her iconic jump at the 1996 Olympics. But she decided to put that project on hold. waiting in order to rest a little more and concentrate on her two children.Variety reported.

She also revealed that the film’s script had been reworked to reflect everything that had emerged regarding the USA Gymnastics sex abuse scandal, which spanned two decades, starting in the late 1990s.

Wilde received rave reviews with her directorial debut in the teen comedy, Booksmart, which was released in May 2019.

Praise: Wilde gushed about the filming experience of Don't Worry Darling in the caption of a photo that showed up on set with stars Florence Pugh and Harry Styles, as well as the film's screenwriter Katie Silberman

Praise: Wilde gushed about the filming experience of Don’t Worry Darling in the caption of a photo that showed up on set with stars Florence Pugh and Harry Styles, as well as the film’s screenwriter Katie Silberman

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