Published On: Fri, May 7th, 2021

Candice Warner shows off her washboard stomach during a gym workout

‘Abs for days!’ Cricket WAG and mother-of-three Candice Warner shows off her washboard stomach during a gruelling gym workout

Candice Warner showed off her amazing body in a workout video posted to Instagram Stories on Friday.

The 36-year-old cricket WAG and mother of three reposted a video shared by personal trainer Jono Castano.

In the video, the wife of David Warner lay on her back on a workout bench as she carried out a series of ab crunches.

Ab fab: Candice Warner showed off her amazing body in a workout video posted to Instagram Stories on Friday

The former Ironwoman showed off her impressive six-pack in a bright pink sports bra and black gym shorts.

Completing a set of repetitions, Candice lifted her legs and back off the bench while lying with her arms raised above her head.

On Thursday, she revealed her fears for her husband of six years, who was stranded in India amid the nation’s ‘second wave’ Covid crisis.

Working it: The 36-year-old cricket WAG and mother of three reposted a video shared by personal trainer Jono Castano (right)

Working it: The 36-year-old cricket WAG and mother of three reposted a video shared by personal trainer Jono Castano (right)

No pain, no gain: In the video, the wife of David Warner lay on her back on a workout bench as she carried out a series of ab crunches

No pain, no gain: In the video, the wife of David Warner lay on her back on a workout bench as she carried out a series of ab crunches

The former SAS Australia star said she was counting down the days until he could come home.

‘It is a dire situation in India and we’re really looking forward to having him home safe as soon as he can get back,’ she told The Daily Telegraph on Thursday.  

Later that day, it was reported the Australian cricket team had left India for the Maldives after Australia closed its borders to the beleaguered nation.  

Missing her man: On Thursday, she revealed her fears for her husband of six years, David Warner (right), who was stranded in India amid the nation's 'second wave' Covid crisis

Missing her man: On Thursday, she revealed her fears for her husband of six years, David Warner (right), who was stranded in India amid the nation’s ‘second wave’ Covid crisis

David, 34, is among a number of Australian cricketers who face an uncertain future after they were left stranded in India as the Indian Premier League was suspended and multiple players tested positive to COVID-19. 

Another 9,000 Aussies are also trapped in the virus-ravaged nation, which has seen 20 million cases of coronavirus and hospitals at breaking point.

On Tuesday, the IPL announced the immediate indefinite suspension of the big-money tournament featuring many of the world’s best players, acknowledging that if the seven-week competition were to continue it may put ‘lives at stake’.

'It is a dire situation in India and we're really looking forward to having him home safe,' she told The Daily Telegraph on Thursday. Later that day, it was reported the Australian cricket team had left India for the Maldives after Australia closed its borders to the beleaguered nation

‘It is a dire situation in India and we’re really looking forward to having him home safe,’ she told The Daily Telegraph on Thursday. Later that day, it was reported the Australian cricket team had left India for the Maldives after Australia closed its borders to the beleaguered nation

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