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Gymnast Livvy Dunne gets flexible in spandex

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Livvy Dunne sizzled in skintight spandex. Pic credit: @livvydunne/Instagram

Livvy Dunne looked picture-perfect over the weekend in a black spandex workout set to promote Vuori performance apparel in San Diego, California.

The 20-year-old New Jersey native posed on one leg with one arm outstretched overhead and the other down by her side.

Of course, her famous figure looks amazing straight-on, but it was equally stunning from the side as the viewpoint showed off every inch of her curves.

Beyond the skintight ensemble, one of the other captivating things Livvy could be seen wearing was a bright, luminous smile on her face.

She had her eyes closed, and head tilted back, allowing her silky blonde ponytail to drape gracefully behind.

Livvy broke up the black with a pair of contrasting white athletic sneakers, which appeared fresh out of the box.

Livvy Dunne in spandex
Pic credit: @livvydunne/Instagram

Now, for anyone wanting more of Livvy’s fit figure in Vuori clothing, get ready because it’s about to get spicy.

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We love Livvy’s all-black look by Vuori, who she currently works with. We’ve found Livvy’s exact set so you can work out in style.

Wear the Halo Performance Crop top with a pair of the Studio Pocket Leggings for a sleek and streamlined look. Livvy has finished her outfit with a pair of Nike Air Max 97s, so we’ve found those for you too…don’t say we’re not good to you!

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Livvy Dunne sizzled in black spandex workout set to promote Vuori clothing

It’s no secret that Livvy looks great in everything she puts on, but the athlete is most at home in workout apparel, making her the perfect ambassador for Vuori clothing.

In October, the five-foot-six social media sensation dropped to her knees in skintight black leggings and a matching tank top to promote the brand.

If that first photo didn’t sell the clothes, the second that showed her glancing back over her shoulder definitely did.

She was captured in what appeared to be a parking garage, asking her followers for a ride in the caption, saying, “come scoop!”

Livvy Dunne stunned in skimpy leotard by balance beam for preseason love

Livvy showed off her curvy derrière a few days ago, wearing a revealing leotard while standing by a chalk-covered balance beam.

The Louisiana State University athlete wore an intense facial expression highlighting her chiseled jawline and lovely profile. 

Staying in the zone, she tied her golden locks up in an effortless messy bun to keep all the focus on her training efforts.

She added a punny caption, “’tis the pre-szn :).”

Livvy has over 2.4 million followers on Instagram, and each one of her posts gets 100s of thousands of likes.

Livvy Dunne is proud of her promotional career, but there is some criticism

Beyond her incredible skills as an athlete, one of Livvy’s fiercest attributes is her ability to stand up for herself.

In light of recent criticism over how she makes her money, Livvy spoke to the New York Times, saying, “Seven figures. That is something I’m proud of. Especially since I’m a woman in college sports. There are no professional leagues for most women’s sports after college.”

Livvy Dunne on the red carpet
Livvy Dunne has been balancing her athletic career with her rising celebrity status. Pic credit: ©ImageCollect.com/AdMedia

However, the Times also spoke to successful women’s college basketball coach Tara VanDerveer, who believes the NCAA rule change that allows athletes to promote their image is actually a step back for young female athletes. VanDerveer is concerned by the often sexualized nature of the athletes’ social media feeds.

VanDerveer called it a “step back,” stating, “I guess sometimes we have this swinging pendulum, where we maybe take two steps forward, and then we take a step back. We’re fighting for all the opportunities to compete, to play, to have resources, to have facilities, to have coaches, and all the things that go with Olympic-caliber athletics.”

Livvy then appeared to clap back with a video on TikTok. The athlete videoed herself in a leotard lip-synching to Nicki  Minaj: “Um, if you don’t like me, that’s fine. But, you know, watch your mouth.”

And she captioned the video, “only taking steps forward:) #foryou #gymnastics #lsu”

Livvy Dunne is rocking it on TikTok

Livvy’s popularity on TikTok has exploded, and she now has 6.4 million followers. It’s also where she now does most of her social media activity.

Livvy likes to post lots of funny videos where she’s lip-synching, dancing, or performing some impressive gymnastic feat. She’s often in a leotard, and she likes to use an LSU communal room as her stage.

In the below video, Livvy dances and lip-syncs to Ooga Booga! by Ski Mask the Slump God.

As is the case with all her videos, this one quickly racked up 100s of thousands of likes.