Australian fitness model Chontel Duncan is getting a kick out of her pregnancy.
Chontel, a former Miss Universe finalist, is 37 weeks pregnant with her first child, but she's still fighting for her body in a serious way.
The brunette beauty shared a video of her kickboxing, yes, kickboxing, with a personal trainer with her very noticeable baby bump.
"Made up for sleeping in this morning by smashing poor Cody @hiit_australia #37weekstomorrow #comeonlittled," she captioned a video showing her smashing and bashing boxing pads.
The model is due at the end of March.
She first made headlines in November after Instagramming a photo of her and a friend who was four week further along than her, but Chontel's baby bump looks significantly smaller and her body was very much in shape.
"I'm extremely tall, I'm 6-foot-1," she told Us Weekly as people criticized her for her thin appearance, considering her pregnancy. "My torso is very long and my core strength is very strong."
She continued: "People think I'm harming my baby … and that I'm all about staying skinny and not nourishing my little D. I know it's hard to believe that someone can carry a child the way I am, but in reality, a lot of women carry like me."
On March 9, Chontel gave an update on her pregnancy, touching on everything from her critics to her health. At the time she said she had 21 days left of her pregnancy.
"Well well Little D you have caused quiet a commotion, you are most certainly making your entrance into this world noticeable," she captioned a photo showing her from the front and from the side.
"Cannot believe how many people are apparently doctors, how easily people can slam a pregnant women, but more importantly how INCREDIBLE absolute strangers are," she said.
"I don't think there are any words that could describe just how humbled I am to see absolute strangers support my lifestyle, pregnancy, my unborn child & give me the respect I think I deserve for putting in the effort to maintain my habits whilst pregnant."
In her lengthy caption, she said her critics picked her apart and people were "excited to see me blow out, see me quit at my career because apparently it's not possible to [be a fitness model and be pregnant]."
She continued, "For a women to consider [getting] pregnant is a HUGE decision it's a permanent decision, not just the physical demands, the risk, but you're preparing to sacrifice your very being to be this little persons everything for as long as you live."
Of her pregnancy journey she said, "You make everyday the best so at the end of the journey you can hold your head high I know that you brought this little person up the best possible way you could…"