The Hall of Famer – who was inducted by Stephanie McMahon back in 2013 following a career which saw her capture seven Women’s Championships – is still in phenomenal shape, and she showed off her progress with a topless social media snap.
Facing away from the camera with her back on display, Stratus flexed her muscles and encouraged her fans to stay strong on their own fitness journeys.
Alongside the picture, she tweeted: ‘Happy February! This month marks 1 year since I decided to reverse the effects pandemic life aka it was time to get it ‘back’.
‘Decide where you want to be and don’t stop until you get there. Be relentless in your pursuit of your best self.’
She went into more detail on Instagram, noting her ‘booty and abs’ disappeared during lockdown – although she was happy to spend more time with her family.
In a lengthier caption, she wrote: ‘Looking ‘back’ on the last year when pandemic life of 2020 had me off my usual grind and on the luxurious leisurely lounging lifestyle of Netflix’ing and with no work on the horizon there was no motivation or reason to hit it as hard as I usually do.
‘After grinding for 20+ years straight the break was a welcome one – for my mind and my family – not so much for my booty and abs that disappeared one by one… Feb 2021 I shook it off and said time to get it …. yah, you guessed it – back.
‘One year of continuous routine, late night workouts (cause daytime homeschooling), mental positivity, dedication and approaching with intent. I locked in on a goal and got to a place where I am quite possibly the best I’ve ever been.’
She told her fans to ‘be relentless’ in the search for ‘your best self’, while drawing attention to the need for ‘consistency and time’.
She continued: ‘Decide where you want to be and don’t stop until you get there. Be relentless in your pursuit of your best self. Consistency and time (must become a lifestyle!) are essential and remember to not compare your chapter 1 with someone else’s chapter 12!
‘Make a plan and make it your mission, give it time and trust the process. Whether you are trying to get it ‘back’ or this is a new journey – you can do it.’