Jesse James Decker is flexing his muscles.
In a new video posted to the star’s Instagram, Decker shows off her strength by effortlessly lifting her 218-pound NFL superstar husband Eric Decker off the ground. “I like big boys,” she winked in the video, proving that all her hard work in the gym is paying off.
After putting Eric down, he called out to pick him up easily. Dekker then wrapped his arms and legs around her and kissed her face before putting her back in place. At the end of the video, he jumps up and throws his arms like a cheerleader to celebrate his success.
Eric and Jessie first met in 2011 after being introduced by mutual friends and got engaged a year later in April 2012. A year later, the couple officially married in June 2013 and have since welcomed three children, a daughter and a son. sons.
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Dekker was recently forced to defend his parents after being accused of photoshopping his abs onto pictures of their children as online trolls began mocking a photo he posted on the beach. She posted a video of her kids from that day showing off their muscles naturally.
“The polar opposite of accusing my kids of photoshopping their abs (I can’t help but laughing) or… “over-exercising” our kids makes me realize how weird our world has become about the body and what is normal and makes you understand what is not,” he said. commented on the video of his three children enjoying school.
During a lengthy caption defending her children, Decker says she’s accepting of all body types and doesn’t think it’s fair to call out her kids for playing sports. She says her daughter is an elite gymnast, son Eric Jr. likes to play soccer, and son Forrest wants to be a rock star.
“Let’s not choose to normalize the body and accept all people and children. If we want to do ‘better,’ then do better,” she wrote. “I’m proud of my kids and I encourage them to follow their dreams. So we’ll see you all at the 2032 Olympics wearing Bubbys jerseys in the stands and dancing at Forrests rock concert.”
Before posting the video in response to the negative feedback, Decker took the time to respond to some of the comments, saying, “It’s a sad world we live in today because healthy kids play very active sports. [sic] muscle is naturally “weird”.
Decker was recently part of Dick Clark’s Rockin’ New Year’s Eve, marking his fourth time as the host of the Powerball show. He managed to announce the first Powerball millionaire of the year.
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“I give the best news of the year every time. I can’t believe I’m going to tell someone they won $1,000,000 and it changed their life,” Decker said before the show. “I’m always so sad and excited. I love hearing their stories … their journeys … and how much it means to them and what they want to do with it.”
She previously said her New Year’s resolution was to “maintain the ‘Dancing With the Stars’ figure from the show.”
“It’s been life-changing. I’ve honestly never been in this shape and I’ve always loved working out,” the country singer shared. “But I really enjoyed the fitness journey on that show.”