She shot to fame after appearing on Channel Seven’s My Kitchen Rules last year.
But fans of Lynzey Murphy will know her talents extend beyond fine culinary skills.
Taking to Instagram on Saturday, the 24-year-old fitness enthusiast flaunted her incredibly toned physique in a photo of herself rope-climbing in Sydney’s Bondi.
Working out: Taking to Instagram on Saturday, My Kitchen Rules star Lynzey Murphy flaunted her incredibly toned physique in a photo of herself rope-climbing in Sydney’s Bondi
‘Good morning Bondi! @marcusbondibeach is “showing me the ropes”,’ the brunette beauty captioned the snap in which she was dressed to impress in her best workout gear.
The reality star sported a sleek black crop top and matching shorts, allowing her defined abs to be on show for all to see.
Keeping a firm grip on the rope with her hands, Lynzey wrapped her legs around it while keeping her feet pointed.
Last month the reality TV star revealed to Daily Mail Australia that she took several weeks off her usual regime last year because the health and fitness industry was beginning to have a ‘negative’ effect on her.
Glammed up: The reality star swapped her fitness gear for a stunning black dress on Thursday when attending Maxim Magazine’s Valentine’s Day party in Sydney
‘I went through a stage of feeling demotivated and training was beginning to have a negative connotation attached with it for me,’ she said.
‘With today’s stance of who has the bigger butt, the nicer arms or the more ripped abs, I started to grow tired of the health and fitness industry and the vanity that is associated with it these days,’ she added.
However, she said that after a short break her feelings had changed.
‘Now I feel comfortable and relaxed about that aspect. My personal perception of it is training for aesthetics is not a sustainable goal.
‘Training to be healthy, fit and active and making me feel good about myself is more important,’ she continued.
‘I’m anticipating the four-month break will help me to build more strength in a new training program. I’ve come back to training feeling mentally and physically refreshed.’
Reflective: Last month the reality TV star revealed to Daily Mail Australia that she took several weeks off her usual regime last year because the health and fitness industry was beginning to have a ‘negative’ effect on her