Nothing's stopping her! At six months pregnant, pro surfer Bethany Hamilton continued to hit the waves in Kauai, Hawaii on Friday, Mar. 13.
The athlete, who lost her arm in a shark attack in 2003, looked fearless while catching some waves. She accentuated her bare baby bump with a black bikini top and colorful bottoms.
Hamilton, 25, and her husband Adam Dirks announced in February that they are expecting their first child together. Always health conscious, the mom-to-be recently shared how she's been keeping in shape during her pregnancy.
"I usually surf one to five hours a day in two sessions. Surfing is my go-to as far as exercise, but I love working out and getting a sweat on. I often get distracted outdoors, but in a gym I can focus," she explained to the site FitBump. "I like high-intensity with various lunges and squats and some explosive versions."
Hamilton admitted she's taking it a bit easy now that she's pregnant, but still loves going on slowed down beach jogs.
"My pregnancy has been pretty smooth overall. I've just been tired, had a few headaches, and am easily emotional. I've kept very active, but have also taken more time to rest. It's crazy, but I feel like I've done some of my best surfing preggo!" she added. "I'm fully enjoying the ocean."