Karlie Kloss clearly hasn’t been spending her downtime on the couch!
Five months after she gave birth to her and husband Joshua Kushner’s son Levi, the model showed off her slimmed-down bod in an Instagram Story.
"Oh hey ABS! fancy seeing you here," she captioned a mirror selfie that showed beads of sweat on her torso. "Worked hard for youuu."
The new mom's olive green sports bra seemed to be from her recently launched collection with Adidas.
"It's so important that more and more companies are conscious of the role that we all play in creating a better, more healthy, sustainable planet, but also creating sustainable pieces when it comes down to the fabrics that we've used for this collection, which are actually recycled yarns," she explained to PAPER magazine of the line.
Kloss didn't reveal whether or not she achieved her muscles through a specific workout routine, but in the past, she stuck to cardio.
"I love running. For the last decade and a half of my life, I've been living out of a suitcase and traveling for my job. I love that aspect of my life, or at least the way it used to be," she noted. "But for me, no matter where I am, I always have to go for a run because all you need is a pair of sneakers. It's just to get outside and go, just a mental drive to push yourself to do it."
"It's just to get outside and go, just a mental drive to push yourself to do it. And with pregnancy and quarantine, it was hard to get outside and be able to keep up that normal part of my routine," the star admitted. "I don't know why but it took a little extra mental motivation to lace the sneakers back up and get out there. It just felt so good."
Nowadays, getting in a workout is easier said than done, as the Kode with Klossy founder loves spending as much time as she can with baby Levi.
"Everything in my life has changed. My whole world really revolves around my son now, and it's so cliché, but it's so true," she gushed of motherhood. "I never knew I could feel such a deep love and adoration for anything. It's so inspiring, but also humbling. I have so much respect for every woman on this planet. It's truly the most rewarding, but also challenging, job. I'm enjoying every second of it."