The Bachelor: Barefoot Ali Oetjen leaves a yoga class on the Sunshine Coast

Barefoot Ali Oetjen leaves a yoga class on the Sunshine Coast after blasting The Bachelor for ‘taking realness out of love’ and being ‘highly manipulated’

Ali Oetjen showed off her washboard abs and chiselled arms as she left a yoga class in Maroochydore, on the Sunshine Coast, on Tuesday.

The former Bachelorette, 36, who is known for her dedication to fitness, tied her blonde hair back into a ponytail and carried a yoga mat over her shoulder.

The wellness influencer showed off her natural beauty by going makeup free, and completed her sporty look with a fitness watch. 

Ali Oetjen showed off her washboard abs and chiselled arms as she left a yoga class in Maroochydore, on the Sunshine Coast, on Tuesday 

At one point, Ali looked distracted as she read a text on her phone.

She recently joined the chorus of former Bachelorettes speaking out after Channel 10 axed the dating show following years of low ratings.

Despite its counterpart The Bachelor getting a revamp this year with three single men looking for love, The Bachelorette won’t be getting an eighth season in 2022.

The former Bachelorette, 36, who is known for her dedication to fitness, tied her blonde hair back into a ponytail and carried a yoga mat over her shoulder

The former Bachelorette, 36, who is known for her dedication to fitness, tied her blonde hair back into a ponytail and carried a yoga mat over her shoulder 

The influencer showed off her natural beauty by going makeup free, and completed her sporty look with a fitness watch

The influencer showed off her natural beauty by going makeup free, and completed her sporty look with a fitness watch 

Ali, who appeared on The Bachelorette in 2018 as well as Tim Robards’ season of The Bachelor in 2013 and season one of Bachelor in Paradise, suggested the show’s axing was due to ‘low ratings’.

‘My assumptions could be that viewers are not seeing full reality anymore but [instead] a highly manipulated and strategic show displaying predictable characters and composed scenarios,’ she said, comparing The Bachelorette to MAFS.

‘They’ve taken the realness out of love. Viewers can see it’s just for entertainment and not depicting “reality”,’ she continued.

Channel 10 content boss Beverley McGarvey confirmed earlier this month that The Bachelorette won’t be returning to screens in 2022.

Ali Oetjen, who appeared on The Bachelorette in 2018 as well as Tim Robards' season of The Bachelor in 2013, suggested the show's axing was due to 'low ratings'

Ali Oetjen, who appeared on The Bachelorette in 2018 as well as Tim Robards’ season of The Bachelor in 2013, suggested the show’s axing was due to ‘low ratings’ 

However, Ms McGarvey said it hasn’t been completely ruled out for future seasons.

‘I think a little bit of scarcity this year, is probably going to help us move forward,’ she told TV Tonight.

Ali previously spoke about her fitness routine in an interview with Women’s Health in October 2018. 

‘Every morning is a 3km walk or run by the river,’ she said, revealing she gets in a full workout every day.

She does ‘an hour of boxing and/or 1.5hr dance class’ on Mondays, while Tuesdays are reserved for ’45 minutes of cycling or full body-weight training’.

Ali does ‘an hour-long run or martial arts’ on Wednesdays, followed by ‘an hour of boxing’ on Thursdays.

She said Fridays are reserved for yoga, while Saturdays involve ’45 minutes of cycling or weights, then a hike in the afternoon’.

Ali rounds out the week on Sundays with ‘a run and yoga’.

‘My key to always being fully engrossed, motivated and excited by my workouts is making them fun and dynamic!’ she said on Instagram in October.

Ali, who works as a meditation and wellness teacher, previously spoke about her fitness routine in an interview with Women's Health in October 2018

Ali, who works as a meditation and wellness teacher, previously spoke about her fitness routine in an interview with Women’s Health in October 2018 

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