Carrie Underwood has encouraged fans to try and stay active while at home during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
The country singer recently shared a snap on Instagram of herself wearing workout gear, from her athletic clothing line CALIA by Carrie Underwood, while inside of her home gym in Nashville, Tennessee.
Alongside a purple heart emoji, Carrie wrote, "#BelieveInYourself #MondayMotivation #ChooseYou @CALIAbyCarrie."
The Cry Pretty hitmaker rocked a purple vest emblazoned with the words, "You have to believe in yourself," while in a second shot, she is seen posing in white patterned mid-rise leggings.
Earlier this month, the former American Idol winner took to social media, alongside husband Mike Fisher, to urge fans to follow safety advice from the government regarding the coronavirus outbreak.
"Working together we can stop the spread of Covid-19," Carrie explained, before the couple jointly told the camera: "Do your part, stay apart."
Since the lockdown came into force in the U.S. last month, the mother-of-two has been sharing new recipes she's tried at home, as well as workout videos with her husband.
In addition, Carrie, who recently launched her Fit52 fitness app, put former hockey player Mike through his paces with a tough regime too, which the duo completed in their gym.
"Doing the @fit52 workout with the hubs this morning...in hyper-speed!!! Had to set it to one of my most favourite hype songs ever!" the 37-year-old wrote, referencing the Motley Crue tune playing in the background.