Pregnant Bethany Hamilton Bares Her Baby Bump While Surfing: Amazing Photos

Pregnant Bethany Hamilton
Pregnant surfer Bethany Hamilton bared her baby bump while hitting the waves in Hawaii on Friday, Mar. 13 -- see the amazing photos! Splash News

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.

Bethany Hamilton surfing
Bethany Hamilton surfing while six months pregnant Splash News

"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."

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