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Brooke Warne showed off her trim figure on Tuesday as she celebrated finally completing the controversial 75 Hard fitness challenge.

The budding influencer, 26, who is the eldest child of the late cricketer Shane Warne, has spent the last 75 days following a very strict diet and exercise plan.

Now she has taken to Instagram with a series of happy snaps and videos to reveal she succeeded in finishing the latest challenge that’s trending on TikTok.

Posting a reel of photos for her 75.2K followers, Brooke flaunted her slimmed down frame in very form-fitting purple athleisurewear as she celebrated her milestone.

‘That feeling when you finish 75 Hard! Slay!’ she captioned the images which showed her ‘jumping for joy’.

Brooke Warne, 26, (pictured) showed off her trim figure on Tuesday as she celebrated finally completing the controversial 75 Hard fitness challenge

Brooke Warne, 26, (pictured) showed off her trim figure on Tuesday as she celebrated finally completing the controversial 75 Hard fitness challenge

Brooke also posted pictures to her Stories, detailing the progress she made during her final workouts and revealing she finally achieved a 5km run. 

By the end of her final day of the challenge, Brooke said she had completed 16,167 steps, walked 12.85km, and taken nine flights of stairs on day 75.

The 75 Hard challenge was developed in 2019 by Andy Frisella, a podcaster and the CEO of the supplement company 1st Phorm.

The budding influencer who is the eldest child of the late cricketer Shane Warne , has spent the last 75 days following a very strict diet and exercise plan

The budding influencer who is the eldest child of the late cricketer Shane Warne , has spent the last 75 days following a very strict diet and exercise plan

Now she has taken to Instagram with a series of happy snaps and videos to reveal she succeeded in finishing the latest exercise regime trending on TikTok

Now she has taken to Instagram with a series of happy snaps and videos to reveal she succeeded in finishing the latest exercise regime trending on TikTok

Participants of the trend are required to follow a diet of their choice, fitness and wellness program without deviation for a consecutive 75 days.

During that time, aspirants must follow a structured diet without any cheat meals, drink 4 litres of water, forego alcohol and take a progress picture every day.

They must also complete two 45 minute workouts in a day, one of which must be outdoors, and read 10 pages of a non-fiction book – audiobooks are not allowed.

The program cannot be altered in any way to suite individual lifestyles, and progress resets to day one if any of the daily goals are missed at any point. 

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Brooke also posted pictures to her Stories, detailing the progress she made during her final workouts and revealing she finally achieved a 5km run

By the end of her final day of the challenge, Brooke said she had completed 16,167 steps, walked 12.85km, and taken nine flights of stairs on day 75

By the end of her final day of the challenge, Brooke said she had completed 16,167 steps, walked 12.85km, and taken nine flights of stairs on day 75

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The 75 Hard challenge was developed in 2019 by supplement company CEO Andy Frisella, and has since been deemed unsafe and not sustainable by health experts

MailOnline spoke with health experts about how safe the extreme regime is earlier this year and why they wouldn’t recommend it.

Personal trainers and medical professionals alike agreed it is important to adopt consistent, healthy habits, but said 75 Hard was simply not sustainable.

They expressed concerns over the creator’s lack of qualifications as a dietician or trainer, as well as the injuries some may sustain without rest days between workouts.

There is also a high risk the rigidity of the challenge can ‘encourage obsessive behaviours and negative body image’ which ultimately impact one’s health.

However, the challenge is described by creator American entrepreneur and podcast host Frisella, as a ‘mental toughness test’.

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