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Carly Pearce Showed Off Her Toned Legs For Days While Performing At The ACM Awards

Korin Miller
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  • Carly Pearce, 30, showed off her toned legs while performing at the Academy of Country Music Awards.

  • She sang her single, "I Hope You're Happy Now" in a gold fringed mini dress.

  • The country star is big on running, strength training, and HIIT workouts.

Country star Carly Pearce, 30, had a huge night at the 56th Academy of Country Music Awards on Sunday, snagging the ACM Single and Music Event of the Year award for "I Hope You’re Happy Now." ICYMI: She performed her single onstage—and sounded and looked stunning in the process.

People couldn’t stop talking about Carly’s gold fringed mini dress during her performance, and fair! Her legs looked ridiculously toned in it. Proof:

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Carly didn’t get those legs by accident, though. She previously told Women’s Health that running is a big part of her workouts. "I sometimes have to run on a treadmill because I won’t run in the cold," she said. But Carly is huge on road running. "I feel like I run faster outside, and I like to get lost on the road," she said.

Carly said her favorite running routes are usually greenways in whatever city she’s in. "In Nashville, I have one greenway by my house that I love so much," she says. "One of my favorite things to do in a city is to go find whatever path is unique to the city."

Carly told Garmin in 2020 that she prioritizes her health due to her family history. Her dad had a "massive" heart attack when she was a teenager, and there is heart disease and cancer in her family. "I feel better when I work out, I feel better when I eat right, and I feel like my mind is in a better spot," she said. Carly also said she uses running "as meditation."

"It’s become a lifestyle for me. It’s truly something I’m really passionate about," Carly added. "Some people think it’s weird. I used to not be able to run to the mailbox. It’s very different now."

But running isn’t ~all~ that Carly does. She previously told Runner’s World that she added strength training to her workout routine, and she tries to exercise five or six days a week. On strength training days, she’ll do things like an hour-long HIIT workout, followed by a short run. Her trainer Erin Oprea (who also works out with Carrie Underwood) likes to have her do a lot of leg work, core strengthening, and Tabatas.

Yeah, it shows!

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