Kyly Clarke shows off her gym-honed figure in activewear as she reflects on ‘very rough week’

Kyly Clarke shows off her gym-honed figure in activewear as she reflects on 'very rough week' 2
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Kyly Clarke reflects on her ‘very rough week’ following the death of Shane Warne – and how she sought comfort in workout sessions and spending time with her daughter

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Kyly Clarke has spoken about her difficult week following the loss of her good friend Shane Warne. 

Sharing a post to Instagram on Saturday, the 40-year-old wrote: ‘What a very rough week or so this has been. 

‘Started out with so much sadness and I know that will last for while yet.  I’m planning for a few ups and downs along the way, to make things that don’t feel fair in life, sit better with you.’ 

Working hard: Kyly Clarke (pictured) has spoken about her difficult week following the loss of her good friend Shane Warne and revealed how workouts have lifted her spirts

Working hard: Kyly Clarke (pictured) has spoken about her difficult week following the loss of her good friend Shane Warne and revealed how workouts have lifted her spirts 

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Kyly went on to say that she had a ‘huge scare’ at the gym – where she had sought solace in gruelling workouts – after pulling her lower back out and rolling on the floor in pain for 15 minutes. 

To lift her spirts, the former WAG, who was once married to cricketer Michael Clarke, said she took her daughter, Kelsey Lee, six, to a pizza dinner and ice skating.    

‘Life can throw you curve balls, but if I have learnt anything, it’s all about how you choose to catch them, dodge them, get hit but get back up again and just keep on keeping on,’ she added. 

Sharing a post to Instagram on Saturday, the 40-year-old wrote: 'What a very rough week or so this has been. 'Started out with so much sadness and I know that will last for while yet'

Sharing a post to Instagram on Saturday, the 40-year-old wrote: ‘What a very rough week or so this has been. ‘Started out with so much sadness and I know that will last for while yet’

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Time on herself: Kyly went on to say that she had a 'huge scare' at the gym - where she had sought solace in gruelling workouts - after pulling her lower back out and rolling on the floor in pain for 15 minutes

Time on herself: Kyly went on to say that she had a ‘huge scare’ at the gym – where she had sought solace in gruelling workouts – after pulling her lower back out and rolling on the floor in pain for 15 minutes

‘Take the good from the bad, breathe out all evil and breathe in love, all while knowing you got this!’ 

Kyly had rushed to the side of her ex-husband Michael, last week when the news that his former teammate had died. 

In the accompanying images, Kyly showed off her ripped, gym-honed figure in blue activewear as she enjoyed a mood-lifting workout. 

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Sweet: To lift her spirts, the former WAG, who was once married to cricketer Michael Clarke, said she took her daughter, Kelsey Lee, six, to a pizza dinner and ice skating. Both pictured

Sweet: To lift her spirts, the former WAG, who was once married to cricketer Michael Clarke, said she took her daughter, Kelsey Lee, six, to a pizza dinner and ice skating. Both pictured 

On his side: Kyly had rushed to the side of her ex-husband Michael (left), last week when the news that his former teammate had died

On his side: Kyly had rushed to the side of her ex-husband Michael (left), last week when the news that his former teammate had died

Warne died from a suspected heart attack while holidaying with friends on the Thai island of Koh Samui on March 4

His family reported he had been having heart troubles in the weeks leading up to his death, while it has also been noted he suffered from asthma and was a heavy smoker.  

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A private memorial is expected to be held on March 20. A state funeral will be held on March 30 at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, with as many of Warne’s fans as possible to be allowed to attend. 

Loss: Warne died from a suspected heart attack while holidaying with friends on the Thai island of Koh Samui on March 4

Loss: Warne died from a suspected heart attack while holidaying with friends on the Thai island of Koh Samui on March 4

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