Nadiya Bychkova got her pulse racing with her latest Instagram post, which she shared from the gym locker room on Tuesday.
The Strictly pro, 33, showed off her toned physique in a black sports bra and pants as she beamed for the camera in the sizzling mirror selfie.
After enjoying some cryotherapy, she changed into a gray crop top and black baseball cap, while layering on a puffer coat.
Hot stuff: Nadiya Bychkova showed off her toned physique in a black sports bra and pants in her latest Instagram post, which she shared from the gym locker room on Tuesday
She tagged her location Repose Space, located in Kensington, London, and wrote in her caption: “…do it for you (white heart) #betterneverstops @castore_sportswear.”
It comes after Nadiya spoke about the difficulties of having a family still living in war-torn Ukraine.
The professional dancer admitted that she constantly worries if her country home is okay, having recalled “having a bomb in our living room” years ago.
Although she now lives in the UK, she hails from the Ukrainian city of Luhansk and said her family has been fighting the conflict since 2014, with many having to flee.
Freezing! After enjoying some cryotherapy, she changed into a gray tank top and black baseball cap, while she bundled up in a puffer coat.
Self care: Tagging her location as Repose Space, located in Kensington, London, she wrote in her caption: ‘…do it for you (white heart) #betterneverstops @castore_sportswear’
Nadiya admitted that it is a difficult time for her and the world right now, noting how the conflict had become a global issue.
speaking to SunHe shared that his grandmother still resides in the Ukraine and that the house still has no heat or electricity more than “once or twice a day for an hour.”
Noting her concern, the dancer continued, “Since 2014, I’ve been checking on YouTube, ‘Is our house okay?’ We had a bomb right in the living room.
‘My grandmother’s house we had to fix up, and now all the bombing has started again.’
The Russo-Ukrainian war has been ongoing between Russia and Ukraine since February 2014.
Nadiya went on to say that she has relatives who “were almost killed” fleeing the conflict, but are now safe.
Her mother, Larisa, returned to Ukraine late last year to visit her grandmother, and the star revealed that it took her three days to get there.
“These are scary times and of course it’s hard, but it really helps that the world knows now, it helps so many people,” he concluded.
‘These are scary times’: It comes after Nadiya spoke about the difficulties of having a family still living in war-torn Ukraine (pictured in October 2022)