Brie Larson posted pics in a sweatshirt and no pants—and her legs are killer

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33-year-old Captain Marvel star Brie Larson just casually dropped two photos of herself on Instagram working a Jacqueline Novak sweatshirt while pantsless in what appears to be a hotel room. Beyond that, Brie is completely makeup-free—showing off her superhero-worthy legs with a seriously fresh face that's practically glowing.

'Still thinking about you, @jacnov,' she wrote in the caption. Naturally, Novak responded with, 'and I you. ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️'

People couldn’t get over Brie’s legs in the comments: 'SEXY is as SEXY does !!! WOW !!!,' one wrote. 'Nice legs! 😍😍😍' another said. While a Marvel super fan commented: 'Holy moly Captain Marvel!!!'

Of course, Brie is a superhero and she’s made it super clear that she goes all in at the gym. So, what exactly does she do during those workouts? A little of everything.

Brie recently dropped video of herself on Instagram doing Pilates with Alo on a reformer machine, gently sliding her legs out and in to work her glutes and hamstrings:

She’s also a surprisingly impressive dancer. Evidence:

But Brie can throw down strength training like nobody’s business. Like, check out this video of her doing sled pushes in a driveway:

Brie has dropped a ton of fitness content on social media, where she's seen demonstrating a range of impressive moves like weighted squats, kettlebell squats, and push-ups with friggin' chains around her waist.

Oh! She can do one-armed pull-ups, too. Because she’s Brie Larson.

Brie is in post-production for The Marvels, which means she’s in serious superhero shape right now. For her role as Captain Marvel, Brie told Insider that she went 'far beyond what I ever believed was possible for my body' while training to become a superhero.

She also said it got her hooked on fitness. 'I just started to get kind of obsessed with it' she said. 'When people say like, "Oh, girls can't do that," it just makes me wanna do it even more. So there were huge accomplishments this time and I just feel like my body's just getting more and more used to this and more and more excited. Now, it feels weird to not train. I look forward to it.'

We love to see it!

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