Spring is springing, and we're in a need of a little workout boost. Kelly Rowland, Tracee Ellis Ross and Mo'Nique are just a few of the celebs who keep us inspired by sharing their fitness journeys on social media. And if you're still contemplating hitting the gym, just remember that a summer body is made in the winter and spring.
The Precious star has been documenting her weight-loss journey on Twitter. "I had to do it for my husband and my children," she said.
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"It all starts with the first step," said The View co-host, motivating her followers. "Try it - I guarantee your body will love you!"
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"I work out to feel good. Be healthy and do my body good. THAT's my high," said Mowry-Hardrict.
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The Being Mary Jane star is serious about staying fit and fab. When she's not at the gym, she's getting her workout outdoors.
Kelly loves working out so much she even has two fitness DVD's with celebrity trainer Jeanette Jenkins.
The retired basketball star makes working out look like a walk in the park.
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"Working out & feeling great," wrote the reaility star during a recent gym session.
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Boris Kodjoe and Dolvett Quince
Now just imagine a morning run with Boris Kodjoe and Dolvett Quince. Swoon
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Lately, Lala's favorite workout is hiking up Runyon Canyon.
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Boxing champ Laila Ali loves sharing her workouts. "6 miles of roadwork today mostly up hill," she wrote. "Hardworking=results"
Angela Simmons always shares her workouts. Here, the reality star takes a boxing class with her brothers Russy and Diggy.
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The twerkout? Milian has us curious about this new workout craze.
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The celebrity trainer provides just the right amount of practicality and inspiration on her Instagram feed. "Hiking and stairs are a great cardio option that challenges your #Abs core muscles because of the incline your abs have to work harder against gravity!" she advised with this pic.
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No one makes yoga look as fun and easy as Simmons, pictured here on a recent appearance on The Dr. Oz Show.