Gymnast Nastia Liukin announces gym outfit ‘change’

Olympic gymnast Nastia Liukin announced a major ‘change’ by posing in tight leggings and showing off her famous figure. The 32-year-old five-time Olympic medalist continues to grab headlines for her head-turning sense of style – on Instagram, 1.1 million people follow the blonde as she showcases her edgy look, though legends don’t always talk about clothes.

Nastia, who was a prominent TV face at last year’s Tokyo Olympics, was back at her Dallas, Texas base for the job, with one seeing her show off her recent switch to dark locks and drop some mystery.

Nastia Liukin announces a “change”

Scroll down for the snap. Liukin opened with a selfie as she went #carvibes, flaunting a baseball cap and highlighting her high cheekbones for a clean look while wearing a dark t-shirt. Also wearing tinted and metallic aviator shades, Volition’s partner looked flawless as she appeared to scream designer Celine from the headwear, but there was more to come as fans swiped right. Here, Nastia was snapped in full for another selfie, rocking ’80s style in tight black leggings, white ankle socks and trainers, complete with the loose finish of the t-shirt. Fans barely saw Nastia’s face here.

Picking up her caption, the APL collaborator wrote, “Change is coming…” along with a female emoji. No idea what was to come, though Nastia’s stylist replied, “I wonder whattttt.” The post was also noticed by 26-year-old Olympic gymnast McKayla Maroney. Swipe for the two photos below, scroll down for more.

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Nastia made headlines last year. In 2021, she released her sold-out APL sneaker collaboration, also announcing an expansion of her celery-themed beauty line, retailed with Volition. The gymnast has also been busy promoting stuff on IG, from Revolve clothing to more controversial migraine medication – much like reality TV star Khloe Kardashian, who did the same Nastia ended up landing at the shadow.

“At the beginning of this whole world of influencers, I felt like people were almost ashamed to be seen as such. I respect all influencers because they are creating their own business, with their own hands. And they are extremely hardworking,” Nastia told Forbes.

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