Sure, you know that regular exercise does wonders for your mental and physical health, but who has the time and patience to commit to a regimen and stick to it? Plus, the gym can be expensive, and also requires you to leave the house, which is But the digital age has provided us with a great hack: Workout and exercise apps that you can stream on your phone, your TV, your tablet—wherever is best for you. There's a whole freaking market of apps designed to make exercise easier and more fun for you, no matter what kind of workout you feel like, and they track your progress so you don't have to. Plus, many of them are free , and you can get started instantly.
You might think it's only you. But trust us, it's not. Pretty much ever girl who works out has done these 14 things—they just don't want to 'fess up. Sniff-Checking Your Pits During lat pulldowns, downdog, you name it. Checking Out Another Girl at the Gym Because either 1 her workout wear is awesome , or 2 you're wondering what moves she's used to get a butt like that. Peeking at Others' Cardio-Machine Displays And immediately changing the level on yours. Living Off of Dry Shampoo Seriously, who has time to wash her hair after every workout? Mentally Correcting Other People's Form Would he think it was helpful or snooty if you told him that he's squatting wrong?
From ballerinas to weightlifters and celebrity trainers, these stylish women show off the best workout motivation on Instagram. Follow along for free workout ideas, beautiful photography, and motivation to get active both inside and outside the gym. Here, our 30 favorite fit girls on Instagram. This Sunday at 11am I am teaching thesculptsociety torysport store in flatiron. Torysport sponsored. Megan Roup founded the cult-favorite cardio class The Sculpt Society, which utilizes fun dance moves mixed with high-rep toning exercises to get you in the best shape of your life. But you don't have to live in NYC or belong to a fancy gym to get in on the action: Roup's The Sculpt Society app brings her signature workouts to you anywhere. The more you know about your body, the more you can make educated choices about what to do with it.
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