At 41, Tiffany Haddish And Her Sculpted Abs Are So Ready For Summer

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  • Tiffany Haddish, 41, is "ready" for summer in her new series of bikini photos on Instagram.

  • The star did a whole photoshoot to show off her toned bod and sculpted abs.

  • Tiffany completed a 30-day transformation and lost 40 pounds during the pandemic by exercising every day for 15 minutes to 2 hours.

It's only the second day of the season, but Tiffany Haddish is fully embracing hot girl summer. She shared an artful bikini shoot on Instagram, shouting out stylist Law Roach and makeup artist Ernesto Casillas.

"Today is the 2nd day of summer. Just thought you should know. #SHEREADY Hair by @hair4kicks Makeup by @ernestocasillas Styled by @luxurylaw," she captioned the snap. But Tiffany's abs, legs, and all-over strong bod are the main event of her hot girl summer photo series. She's maintained those muscles herself, and shared all about her workout routine during the pandemic.

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Tiffany has opened up about her newfound healthy lifestyle and results. Back in December, Tiffany revealed her 50-pound weight loss during the pandemic. "I'm very skinny, it's going good," she said told People at the time. "I don't really want to lose any more weight. I want to now just sculpt it all, sculpt off the fat so I can get to the muscle. The goal is to have abs by New Year's Day! We'll see."

Throughout January, she documented her 30-day fitness challenge. She aimed to lose water weight by exercising between 15 minutes and two hours every day, and eating "way more vegetables" than usual. A mere three days into her challenge, and Tiffany spotted abs.

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Tiffany is clearly working HARD. To fill her daily exercise requirement, she also a fan of found fitness. That means taking the stairs in tall buildings and doing the "Baby Shark" Ab Challenge. “And I try to dance every day for like five to ten minutes. I think that’s really important, too," she told People. "Make it fun!”

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