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Candice Warner shows off her toned legs in tiny shorts as she participates in Sydney’s City 2 Surf

Candice Warner shows off her toned legs in tiny shorts as she participates in Sydney’s City 2 Surf annual charity run

Candice Warner is known for her incredibly fit physique.

And on Sunday, the former Ironwoman, 37, proved just how she stays in such great shape as she worked up a sweat.

The cricket WAG showed off her toned legs in tiny black shorts as she participated in Sydney’s City 2 Surf annual charity run.

Candice Warner showed off her toned legs in tiny shorts as she participated in Sydney’s City 2 Surf annual charity run on Sunday

Candice wore a black T-shirt, black sneakers and sunglasses for the event.

Candice, a former Ironwoman and surf lifesaver, first competed professionally at the age of 14.

She retired from the sport to start a family with her cricketer husband David Warner, who she married in 2015.

Candice wore a black T-shirt, black sneakers and sunglasses for the run

Candice wore a black T-shirt, black sneakers and sunglasses for the run

Candice, a former Ironwoman and surf lifesaver, first competed professionally at the age of 14

Candice, a former Ironwoman and surf lifesaver, first competed professionally at the age of 14

Last year, Candice revealed the secrets to her fit physique to Daily Mail Australia.

The blonde bombshell and busy mother of three said that she eats clean and trains mean, but doesn’t mind having the odd sweet treat or glass of wine on occasion.

‘When it comes to eating, it’s all about a balance,’ Candice said.

‘I try to eat as cleanly and as healthy as I can, but I do have a sweet tooth. If the girls have a couple of little biscuits, I’ll share with them,’ the mother-of-three admitted.

‘If they’re having an ice cream on a hot summer’s day, I’ll have that. I do like to have a glass of wine with my husband. So everything in moderation. I’m not, “you can’t do this, can’t have that”. For myself, I can’t sustain it.’

Candice said at the time that when it comes to exercising, she enjoys hitting the gym or going for a walk with a weighted vest on and loves the mental benefits of exercise.

She retired from the sport to start a family with her cricketer husband David Warner, who she married in 2015

She retired from the sport to start a family with her cricketer husband David Warner, who she married in 2015

Last year, Candice revealed the secrets to her fit physique to Daily Mail Australia. The blonde bombshell and busy mother of three said that she eats clean and trains mean, but doesn't mind having the odd sweet treat or glass of wine on occasion

Last year, Candice revealed the secrets to her fit physique to Daily Mail Australia. The blonde bombshell and busy mother of three said that she eats clean and trains mean, but doesn’t mind having the odd sweet treat or glass of wine on occasion

‘Last year, I was focused on getting stronger and fitter for SAS Australia and now it’s just about maintaining the workload I did last year, so it’s about having fun training,’ Candice explained.

‘I’m doing a lot more walks, sometimes I’ll put a 10kg or 15kg weight vest on and go for a walk, or just training in the gym. For me, exercise is more what it does to me mentally than what it does physically.’

Candice said she clears her mind with exercise and feels like a ‘better mother and wife’ afterwards.

‘It’s my time away from the kids, I need that break, and it’s a time I don’t have my phone on me, it’s just me and my own thoughts and a lot of time it’s where I do my brainstorming and thinking as I’m not clouded and I can really just focus on what I need to,’ she refreshingly said.

‘Afterwards, I feel like I’m a better mum and wife… mentally I need it [exercise].’

Candice said at the time that when it comes to exercising, she enjoys hitting the gym or going for a walk with a weighted vest on and loves the mental benefits of exercise

Candice said at the time that when it comes to exercising, she enjoys hitting the gym or going for a walk with a weighted vest on and loves the mental benefits of exercise

'I'm doing a lot more walks, sometimes I'll put a 10kg or 15kg weight vest on and go for a walk, or just training in the gym. For me, exercise is more what it does to me mentally than what it does physically,' she said

‘I’m doing a lot more walks, sometimes I’ll put a 10kg or 15kg weight vest on and go for a walk, or just training in the gym. For me, exercise is more what it does to me mentally than what it does physically,’ she said

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