Minka Kelly hits the speed bag

Minka Kelly is naturally beautiful, but she works at keeping in shape as well.

Here she shares a video on her Instagram account as she works the speed bag. Yes, she has some skills!

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Sexy stretching from Natalia Vodianova

Stretching is an important part of exercise and working out, not to mention overall wellness. So to motivate you, here are some sexy stretching photos posted by beautiful supermodel Natalia Vodianova!

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Need some motivation?

The holidays are here, and soon you’ll be having that hangover we get to the new year. Everyone wants to get into shape, so we thought we would share this photo from the lovely Jen Selter to give you some motivation before we hit the new year!

  

Staying active with outdoor fun

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If you aren’t going to participate in activities like biking or tennis that can get you into shape, at least find some toys that get you outside and moving around. Whether it’s a jetski or a kayak, something that gets you moving offers a much better hobby than sitting around and watching video games.

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How to set (and achieve) your summer fitness goals

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So you want to get fit for the summer? You’re going to need two things – to set goals and to stick to them. It sounds simple when you say it like that doesn’t it? The truth is that your fitness plan can be surprisingly simple provided it is properly planned out and is fully focussed.

So, how do set your fitness goals and stick to them? Here’s some help…

Setting goals
*Be specific: ‘Lose weight’ and ‘get fitter’ are not proper goals. You need to be targeted. How much weight do you want to lose? Set weekly and monthly goals as well as a longer-term target – bearing in mind that one or two pounds a week is a healthy and sustainable rate to lose weight.

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