Olympic gymnast Simone Biles is showing off her bikini body and her sense of humor – “living bikini loca” was the vibe from the 24-year-old superstar this weekend, and the photos also brought some vacay vibes. Biles, this year making headlines for bowing out of the Tokyo Olympics as she prioritized her mental health, posted on Saturday and for her 6.9 million Instagram followers. Her double-whammy of snaps delivered edgy vibes and the Gold Medal body that’s so famous.
Simone Biles Stuns In Island Girl Bikini
Scroll for the photos, ones gaining over 300,000 likes in a day and impressing 31-year-old retired gymnast Nastia Liukin. Simone was solo on powder-fine sands and backed by ocean horizons and palms while going unusual with an outstretched hand that blocked her face. The Ohio native did not, however, hide her rock-hard abs as she stood in an off-white bikini with a bralette crop top finish – she even rocked a cute belly chain as she highlighted her midriff piercing.
With her long braided hair down, Biles drove fans to swipe right, where a photo showed her with an upside-down finish. An amusing caption shouted out singer Ricky Martin and the well-known “Livin’ la vida loca” phrase – of course, Simone put her own twist on it. It wouldn’t be the first time Biles has thrown humor into her bikini photos – prior to the pandemic, she kidded about “how to get a bikini body” with a solution of “put a bikini on your body.”
Down-Time For Simone Biles Is Also Important
Simone, who appreciates the importance of self-care and regularly keeps fans updated on her beauty routines and poolside chill-outs from her Texas home, has opened up on balancing out her intense training with relaxation time.
“Yes, in the gym I put in 100% effort, but whenever I go home, I try to leave work at the gym and then do whatever I need to do at home,” she told Forbes, adding: “Find your joy outside of your sport or your work so that’s not the only thing you’re relying on to fill your tank. You’re going to need to fill your tank [outside of work], that’s how you go into your job and do the best you can.”
As to having a glass-half-full mentality, the gymnast also stated: “Focus on the positives—that will really bring you back on your feet and keep you moving forward. I try to live by that.”