The “Priceless Inspirations” author Toya Wright is known for her fashions and showcasing her life on reality television. However, fans were wowed by her latest video in which she displayed a heart pumping talent.
It looks like the television personality channeled her inner teenager and showed off her youthful side by jumping rope at a Double Dutch Aerobics event in Atlanta on Sunday afternoon. In a video uploaded by Wright, 36, she’s seen double-dutching like a pro as she’s rooted on by the two women turning the rope. She even managed to do a couple of spins and crisscrosses while she jumped.
Tooting her own horn, the mother of two wrote in her Instagram caption: “Wanna challenge me in double dutch? Meet me at the 5k walk/ run on October 5th. #imnicewithit #bringbackthegoodoledays.”
Wright’s video received more than 825,000 views and 4,000 comments. Several fans were blown away by her unknown talent.
“Gurrrllll u killed it!! 👏👏 this what we learned living in Louisiana yes l love it”
“Oh you showing out Nola style bbbbiiitttccchhhh 😍 @toyawright I will most definitely be inf the building ready to battle babe see you there ❤️”
“Ayyye get it double dutch queen! That brings back so many great memories..go girl..😂 You did that sis! 👌🏾”
“Maaaaaan this just brought back so many memories ❤️ my girl show’em how its done in the NO then @toyawright 🔥”
Earlier in March, Wright told fans she’d started hitting the gym again, declaring she was on a mission to lose 15 pounds. When it comes to health, she takes it quite seriously, especially after suffering from a few health issues in the past. She told People Magazine in February 2017 that she was diagnosed with fibroids, which are tumors that grow in the wall of the uterus.
Wright said during that time that her uterus was the size of a “five-months pregnant woman” and she gained an exceptional amount of weight. To help with the pain and weight gain, the reality star began exercising and eating healthy.
“I had to scale back and eat healthier things like fish and salads,” she noted. “I found exercising has been more helpful in relieving the symptoms.”