Hard work pays off! Beaming Nadia Bartel reveals her slender waist and sculpted legs in skintight activewear after lifting 110kg at the gym
Aside from juggling work and motherhood, Nadia Bartel has been spending a lot of time in the gym.
And the former WAG showed off the fruits of her labour as she left a workout in Melbourne on Tuesday.
The 37-year-old flaunted her sculpted legs and tiny waist in skintight activewear after lifting a very impressive 110kg weights during the training session.
Hard work pays off! Beaming Nadia Bartel revealed her slender waist and sculpted legs in skintight activewear after lifting 110g at the gym on Tuesday
Nadia looked fit and fabulous in the high-waisted grey leggings and a long-sleeve black top.
She wore a puffer jacket from her own Henne range to keep warm and black sneakers.
Her new honey-hued hair extensions were coiffed in a smooth style and she was glowing with a smattering of makeup applied to her face.
The mother-of-two was had a spring in her step and was beaming as she tapped away on her iPhone.
Fit as a fiddle! Nadia looked fit and fabulous in the high-waisted grey leggings and a long-sleeve black top
Nadia has a lot to smile about after a tumultuous 2021.
She recently opened her very own Henne store in Prahran, Melbourne.
Henne, the minimalist clothing brand Nadia founded with her sister in 2019, used to be online-only but has now established a presence on the high street.
‘Pinch me moment! Our first boutique is finally here. It opens this week and seriously feels like a dream,’ she told her 546,000 followers last month.
‘Big thank you to [interior designers] Brahman Perera for his vision. I can’t wait for you to all come in and experience Henne in person.’
Glowing and gorgeous: Her new honey-hued hair extensions were coiffed in a smooth style and she was glowing with a smattering of makeup applied to her face
The store boasts spacious changing rooms and large mirrors, as well as a seating area and a blue staircase that leads to another level.
Nadia’s brand has gone from strength to strength since its launch two years ago.
Last October, she showcased Henne’s new trans-seasonal collection, which she described as a ‘return to light’.
The capsule collection launched with 16 designs, which are available in sizes XS to XL.
Nadia’s venture has put her in competition with fellow footy WAG Rebecca Judd, who co-owns the activewear label Jaggad.
Henne, the Swedish word for ‘her’, has been a runaway success for Nadia.
The website lists its values as a commitment to women’s voices, circularity, mindful consumption, good working conditions and a positive environmental impact.
‘By ensuring each garment is designed to last, we are reducing our impact on the planet for future generations,’ it states.