Jessica Simpson Shows Off Toned Booty, Legs in New Activewear Ads

Jessica Simpson
Jessica Simpson Courtesy of Jessica Simpson

Step aside legs, Jessica Simpson’s booty is equally as toned. The designer showed off her fit physique while modeling for her new activewear line.

“Lunge your bunz into @macys and get The Warm Up by @jessicasimpsonstyle #macysexclusive,” the songstress captioned a photo of herself wearing a pair of booty shorts on Instagram on Monday, Nov. 30. In another photo posted to the Jessica Simpson Style account, the mom to Maxwell Drew, 3, and Ace, 2, dons a pair of workout capris and flaunts her seriously toned calf muscles.

According to a press release, according to E!, her new activewear line, The Warm Up, is "a true performance collection but a balance of fashion and function,” and pieces retail between $24 and $49.

Introducing Jessica Simpson The Warm Up! Available at @macys #jessicasimpson #thewarmup #active

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"Maintaining a healthy lifestyle is important to me, and fitness has been a priority in my life since having my kids," Simpson said. "Everything we do in the line comes from an organic place. It's exciting to be sharing a true performance line — it's a blend of great active features, technology and fashion."

The Daisy Dukes queen has always been a fan of lunges.

“I can’t promote squats and lunges and step-ups enough, because those are all exercises that you can do with your own body weight and you can do them anywhere with very little or no equipment,” Simpson’s former trainer, Mike Alexander, previously told Shape magazine.

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