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Is the Apple Watch Series 3 Worth Buying? Our Fitness Editor Weighs In

The Apple Watch just got a major upgrade. Here’s what you need to know about the new features, including built-in cellular access and the watchOS 4 operating system.

Nothing gets folks more excited than a new gadget, and today the world is all abuzz with news of Apple’s latest release: the Apple Watch Series 3 has officially arrived.

Available in two sizes, 38mm and 42mm, and gold aluminum (in addition to classic silver, space gray aluminum, stainless steel, or space black stainless steel), this new wrist bling makes major functional strides from previous versions. The most notable change is built-in cellular access that shares the same number as your iPhone, starting at $399. (There is also a version without cellular that starts at $329.) This is huge. No longer tethered to your phone, you can go off into the world (or maybe just for a run, bike ride, or errand) and leave your smartphone at home, but still be able to make calls, receive texts, use GPS, stream music through Apple Music (available later this fall), talk to Siri, and, yes, pay for that post-run cup of Starbucks. The extra convenience comes at a cost, of course—for cellular access, you’ll pay more in your current monthly cell phone bill (prices vary depending on provider).

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To buy: Starting at $329; apple.com

Equally cool, Apple was able to add technology upgrades (hello, 70% faster dual-core processor, in-screen antenna, and eSIM card) into the Series 3 without noticeably altering its size. It’s physically comparable to the Series 2, save for the extended back crystal, which is about as thick as two sheets of paper. Not bad. The only other visual cue that you’re sporting the newer version is a red dot on the crown of the watch, which is meant to distinguish between the cellular and non-cellular versions.

Let’s talk battery life, always a big concern for consumers. The Series 3 is supposed to be able to keep on ticking all day long, and thanks to the bigger processor, it should run more efficiently too. Keep in mind, though, that this device is not intended to totally replace your smartphone (at least not yet)—it’s more for mixed-usage purposes. In other words, a hours-long gabfest with your bestie via your wrist could definitely drain the battery.

Also good: the new operating system, watchOS 4, which comes with the Series 3, is pretty cool. You’ll have access to a slew of new features, including an updated Heart Rate app (it alerts you to spikes in heart rate even when you’re not working out), a new Siri watch face, upgraded Workout app with custom HIIT workout type, and more. It’s also worth noting that it’s possible to download the new watchOS 4 operating system on older models (I did so on my Series 2) and reap most of the upgrades.

So should you buy the Apple Watch Series 3? I just got my hands on one and I’ll be testing it for the next week. But so far, I’ve been impressed with how intuitive the Series 3 seems to be compared to previous versions. The upgrades to the Workout app also caught my eye (my favorite feature: when you start running, a little icon of a person runs on the screen with you). I even made my first watch-based call with a little help from Siri, and it was exciting to not have to rely on my phone.

There have been reports of issues with the cellular function on the Series 3 (some of the watches are allegedly connecting to unauthenticated wireless networks, and the company is investigating a fix). That said, if you’re someone who wants to be able to go phone-free, this may be the wearable you’ve been waiting for. If that’s not a major concern for you, perhaps consider the non-cellular version.

For all the runners out there, keep in mind that there’s an Apple Watch Nike+ Series 3 version launching in October. So many choices, so little time.

The Flat-Belly Workouts Celebrities Swear By for Sexy, Sculpted Abs

Try it: Halle Berry’s Ab Workout

The actress may be in her 50s, but you’d never guess judging by her rock-hard core. To sculpt her abs, Berry relies on one ultra-effective move called The Rocky. “It targets all of your abs—mid, low, and obliques—to lengthen your core, with beautiful definition,” her trainer Nat Bardonnet told Health in a previous interview.

To do this move, start by lying face up on a bench, hands gripping it, with legs together and raised to 90 degrees so feet are up towards the ceiling. (No bench? Stretch out on the floor, anchoring yourself by holding on to a solid piece of furniture.) Use core strength to lift your butt off the bench. Slowly lower your butt down, followed by legs, bringing them to about a 30-degree angle. Be sure to keep your lower back pressed firmly into the bench. Raise legs up, returning to start, to complete one rep.

We Love That These 8 Celebrities Over 50 Are Still Rocking Bikinis

From Sharon Stone and Kathy Griffin to Cindy Crawford and Jennifer Grey, these women over 50 are still killing it in their bikinis.

Ever feel like some people’s genes are sprinkled with magic? Us too. The A-listers over 50 in the video above are prime examples–do they even age?!

No one loves age spots or wants to look 50 at 30, but aging too often gets a bad rap. Sure, you may notice an extra wrinkle, but it comes with a little more wisdom too. Plus, we tend to gain a better understanding of ourselves as we get older, whether it’s in the workplace or in the bedroom.

Still, we’re all for putting anti-aging routines into practice early. Try our antioxidant-rich beet smoothie mask to rejuvenate your complexion in a snap. And while your mask is drying, get inspired by the beautiful women in this video who are rocking bikinis in their 50s and beyond. We’ve rounded up photos of stars like Halle Berry and Elizabeth Hurley, who don’t let age stop them from looking strong and sexy in their suits.

Other famous women who still look phenomenal in almost nothing after age 50? Yolanda Hadid, who clearly passed on her good genes to her supermodel daughters Gigi and Bella. The hot mama, who’s now 53, recently posted a sexy photo of her strong calves and (almost totally bare!) sculpted booty that made us wish we were part of the Hadid clan.

RELATED: The 27 Best Anti-Aging Tips of All Time

Equally impressive is model Christie Brinkley’s toned frame at 63 years old. Brinkley proved she’s still got it when she posed with her two daughters for Sports Illustrated’s Swimsuit Issue last year, almost 40 (!) years after she first graced its pages. Can you say #goals?

Want to know what other celebs are killing it in their ‘kinis post-50? In this video, we’ll spotlight beauties who aren’t afraid to bare all as they age, including Sharon Stone, Kathy Griffin, Cindy Crawford, and Jennifer Grey. Kudos, ladies!

5 Yin Yoga Poses Every Runner Should Do

This article originally appeared on DailyBurn.com.

Life is full of opposing pairs: sweet and savory, fast and slow, hard and soft. One half of the pair can’t — and shouldn’t — exist without the other. This concept is known as yin and yang, or, the idea that two opposing forces actually create a balance.

If you’re a runner, your weekly mileage falls into the ‘yang’ category, says Eric Jeffers, Life Power Yoga master trainer at Life Time Green Valley in Henderson, NV. Running, like all forms of exercise, is stressful for your body. While it builds up strength, speed and endurance, it can also leave you feeling sore and depleted if you don’t balance it out with adequate recovery — aka ‘yin.’ So instead of doing a few half-hearted stretches post-run, try something that can really help you strike a balance between stress and relaxation.

The answer: yin yoga.

RELATED: The Strength Training Workout Every Runner Needs

Hit Your Stride: Yin Yoga for Runners

Unlike more dynamic, fast-paced yoga styles like vinyasa and ashtanga, yin yoga feels more like a meditation session than a workout. Instead of flowing from one pose to the next with little to no pause in between, yin yogis hold poses (called asanas) that require very little exertion for longer periods of time, usually between three and five minutes. “This technique targets tendons, ligaments and fascia of the lower body,” says Jeffers. “It helps relieve tension and soreness, maintains range of motion and improves circulation.”

As a bonus, students perform almost all of the poses seated or lying down — the perfect antidote to miles spent in an upright position. Consider it the perfect complement to any running routine.

RELATED: 50 Running Resources for Speed, Strength and Nutrition

5 Yin Yoga Poses to Do Post-Run

To relieve tension and keep soreness at bay, Jeffers recommends incorporating these five simple yin yoga poses into your post-run regimen.

As you get started with each pose, don’t look for too much intensity. Instead, “allow time to do the work,” Jeffers says. Yin yoga is about gently falling into the stretch, “not making it happen fast.” Avoid bouncing or pulling, and if you feel a sharp pain, back off a little.

Photo courtesy of Andy Lott

1. Half Butterfly

How to: Extend one leg forward and drawing the other in toward your body. Allow the bent leg to naturally fall open at the hip. Fold slowly over your extended leg, allowing your head to hang and your neck and upper back to relax. If this becomes too intense, gently hold your head upright. Hold for 3 to 4 minutes, and then repeat on the other side.

Photo courtesy of Andy Lott

2. Dragon

How to: Step one foot near the front of your mat and bend your knee to extend your other leg back behind you. Place your back knee down on the mat. Place both hands inside your front foot. As your body begins to soften into the pose, you may eventually come down onto your forearms (as shown). Hold for 2 ½ to 3 minutes, and then repeat on the other side.

RELATED: 3 Running Drills from Olympic Sprinter Tori Bowie

Photo courtesy of Andy Lott

3. Half Saddle

How to: Sitting with both legs in front of you, swing one leg back and gently place your shin and the top of your foot on the floor next to your hip. Begin to lean back onto your hands or elbows. Your knees can remain together or slightly separate if needed. If your body allows, you may carefully lay all the way down onto your back. Hold for 2 ½ to 3 minutes, and then repeat on the other side.

Photo courtesy of Andy Lott

4. Reclined Hand-to-Big Toe Pose Variations

How to: Lying on your back with knees bent and feet on the floor, use a towel or yoga strap to gently draw one leg towards you as you straighten your knee. The leg that remains on the floor may remain bent, but if you can, you may fully straighten both knees (as shown). Hold for 2 ½ to 3 minutes, and then repeat on the other side.

RELATED: 50 Resources to Step Up Your Yoga Game

Photo courtesy of Andy Lott

5. Supine Spinal Twist

How to: Lying on your back with both legs extended, draw one knee into your chest. Allow that leg to gently fall across your body to the opposite side. Extend your arm out in the opposite direction the leg is falling with your palm up. Do your best to keep your shoulder on the ground. Hold for 3 to 4 minutes, and then repeat on the other side.

Flipping Fantastic! Britney Spears Shows Off Her Gymnastics Skills in a New Workout Video

Spears is dedicated to her workouts, and is constantly sharing videos of her intense routines.

This article originally appeared on People.com.

Will Britney Spears make the 2028 U.S. Olympic gymnastics team?

The singer certainly has the skills, as she shows off in a video posted on Instagram on Tuesday. Spears, 35, hit the gym Monday to work on her handstand walks, cartwheels and back handsprings.

“Fun day yesterday at gymnastics!” she wrote. “So excited to hear the Olympics are coming to LA in 2028 … already getting in the spirit.”

While Spears likely won’t land one of the coveted spots on the Olympic team, it’s clear that she’s keeping up her fitness. Spears is dedicated to her workouts, and is constantly sharing videos of her intense routines.

Spears previously told Women’s Health that she works out for her body, but also for her mental health.

“Daily exercise is important for me both mentally and physically,” she said at the time. “I don’t mind working out. Trainers keep you motivated, but I don’t have a problem being motivated.”

Wine and a Workout! Kate Hudson Lifts Rosé Bottles for Fun-ctional Fitness

The actress shared a video of the workout with her trainer, Nicole Stuart.

This article originally appeared on People.com.

Who says wine and workouts don’t mix?

Kate Hudson proved that you can include a little rosé in a workout by using two bottles as weights.

The actress, 38, shared a video of the workout with her trainer, Nicole Stuart (who was busy sipping from her own glass of rosé), on Instagram.

“Sometimes you gotta work for it!” Hudson captioned the post.

And just because the Fabletics founder was using wine bottles as weights doesn’t mean that she was taking it easy. She pumped and squatted away — on one leg at times! — as Stuart looked on.

“Just because you’re working out doesn’t mean you can’t have a glass of rosé —#moderation is the key. Don’t deprive yourself!” Stuart posted on her own Instagram page. “A good reminder not to take things too seriously!”

Of course, Hudson isn’t the first to try a wine bottle workout — health coach April Storey shared a video of at-home exercises you can do with the bottles back in Feb. 2016.

“I came up with the idea on New Year’s Eve after we had bought some wine to go over to our friend’s house. The initial idea of it was that you can use anything in your house to work out, whether it’s soup cans or wine bottles,” Storey told PEOPLE at the time, after her video hit 19 million Facebook views.

“I’m so shocked,” she said of her video’s popularity. “I love fitness and I love making people laugh, so I just shared it as a comical thing.”

This 4-Move Dumbbell Circuit is the Best Way to Start Strength Training

Follow along once with us, then repeat it as many times as you want.

When it comes to strength training, it can be tough to know which exercises and equipment options will be best for your body. Our advice? If you haven’t done much weight training, start with dumbbells before you graduate to using kettlebells and weight machines. The easy-to-hold props are the perfect way to add weight to standard strength moves like squats. Just ask personal trainer Kelsey Wells. In this video, Wells takes us through a quickie strength circuit with just four basic exercises. Move through the sequence once with us, then repeat it as many times as you want to knock out a complete full-body workout. Ready, set, get stronger!

Weighted squats: Stand tall with a dumbbell in each hand. Hold the weights at shoulder height with your elbows bent as you do a squat. Make sure your knees stay over your toes and your upper body remains high. Complete 12 reps.

Front and lateral raise: Stand, hold a weight in each hand, and raise your arms straight out in front of you. Extend each arm out to the side to create a T position with your upper body. Lower your arms back down to your sides. Complete 12 reps.

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Lying chest flies: Lie on the mat with your knees bent, feet resting flat on the floor. Hold a dumbbell in each hand and extend your arms toward the ceiling with a slight bend in your elbows. Lower the weights down toward the floor, bringing your elbows close to the mat on either side of your body, then raise them back up. Complete 12 reps.

Toe taps: Lie on the mat with your knees bent at a 90-degree angle in the air to form a tabletop position. Hold one dumbbell with both hands, arms extended straight toward the ceiling. Keep your arms lifted as you tap each foot to the ground one at a time and with control. Complete 12 reps.

Feeling like you could run through the sequence again (and again and again)? Go for it! These four exercises work your core, arms, thighs, and glutes.

30-Minute Barre Workout to Tone Up Your Thighs

This article originally appeared on DailyBurn.com.

A leaner, more toned physique isn’t the only incentive for building stronger thighs. Strengthening your muscles in front (quadriceps), back (hamstrings) and in between (adductors) is key to walking and running with ease, and jumping and squatting with power. Rock solid thighs will also provide a solid foundation for movement in any plane — for everyday and athletic feats.

But if you’re tired of standard squats and lunges, stepping up to the barre can help give your lower half the TLC it needs. Becca Pace, lead trainer for Daily Burn’s Barre Harmony program, says, “Barre workouts allow the smaller muscle groups [like the inner thighs] to fire up and engage.” Barre’s signature lengthening and strengthening pulses and pliés target the thighs like no other. And we’re combining six of Pace’s favorites into one muscle-torching thigh workout. If your legs start to shake, that means your thighs are really working.

RELATED: Barre Harmony: Total-Body Barre Workout You Can Do at Home

6 Barre Exercises for a 30-Minute Thigh Workout

Using a chair that’s about hip height, do 10-15 reps of each of the six moves below. Repeat for two to three rounds. “Higher reps of more intricate exercises tests muscle endurance and builds strength and flexibility without putting pressure on the joints,” Pace explains.

Photo: Ryan Kelly / Barre Harmony

1. Second Position Plié with Relevé

For this classic barre move, Pace says when you’re bending your knees in plié, press the outer edge of your feet down and pull your knees back to prevent them from falling in.

How to: Stand behind a chair with your feet in second position (feet slightly wider than hips-width with your toes turned out at 45 degrees), hands resting lightly on top of the chair. Roll your shoulders back and tilt your pelvis forward so your hips are in a neutral position (a). Sit into a grand plié squat with your hips in line with your knees, and then lift your heels off the ground in relevé (b). Squeezing your glutes, bring your heels back down to the ground and do a demi-plié before standing back up (c). This is one rep.

Photo: Ryan Kelly / Barre Harmony

2. Reverse Lunge to Passé Combo

This lunge combo tests your hip mobility and balance. “When you’re going to passé, press firmly on your front foot and push off the ball of the back foot to bring your toes to the inner knee of the front leg,” she says.

How to: Stand parallel to a chair on your right side with your feet in first position (heels together and toes turned out to 45 degrees) (a). Take a step back with your left foot and sink into a reverse lunge. Then, bring your left foot back to first position (b). With your left foot pointed, tap it to your left side and then come up to relevé on both feet. Lift your left knee bent out to the side, and with your left toes pointed, touch your right knee in a passé position (c). This is one rep. Do 10-15 reps before switching sides.

Photo: Ryan Kelly / Barre Harmony

3. Curtsy Lunge Pulse

Be sure to evenly distribute weight in each foot when you’re in a curtsy lunge. “Aim both hips forward like headlights and wrap inner thighs toward one another, like magnets,” Pace says.

How to: Stand behind a chair with your feet hip-width apart, hands lightly resting on top of the chair (a). Step your left foot behind you to your right side and lower your body into a demi-plié (half-squat) (b). Lift your arms up overhead in third position and pulse your legs for 10-15 reps before switching sides (c).

RELATED: Barre Basics: A Beginner’s Guide to Barre Workouts

Photo: Ryan Kelly / Barre Harmony

4. Tuck in Demi-Plié with Relevé

Imagine leaning your back against a wall when you’re positioning your body for this move. Your back should remain in neutral throughout the entire movement. Pace says to pull your belly button up toward your ribs to activate your core.

How to: Stand behind a chair with your feet hip-width apart. Place a rolled up towel between your thighs, just above your knees, and squeeze them together tightly (a). Engaging your abs, tilt your pelvis slightly forward with your tailbone pointed down. Bring your heels up up to relevé (b). Squeezing your thighs and glutes, demi-plié up and down for 10-15 reps before lowering your feet back down to the ground (c).

Photo: Ryan Kelly / Barre Harmony

5. Inner Thigh Lift

As you lift your bottom leg, be sure not to shift your hips forward or back, and keep your core activated as you lower it back down, Pace says.

How to: Lie on your right side on a mat with your left leg stacked over your right leg. Cross your left leg over your right, planting your left foot firmly on the floor on your side and lying your head down on your right arm (a). Keeping your right foot pointed, lift your right leg off the ground and then bring it back down. This is one rep. You should start to feel the burn in your right inner thigh (b). Do 10-15 reps before switching sides (c).

RELATED: 5 Butt-Sculpting Exercises from Barre Harmony

Photo: Ryan Kelly / Barre Harmony

6. Rainbow

While this exercise is meant to work your thighs, your obliques will get some lovin’, too, in order to keep your hips square. “Try to avoid the hips lifting and dipping, but instead, continue to point them down,” Pace says.

How to: Get in a tabletop position with your hands right under your shoulders and knees under your hips. Bring your right leg out to the side with your knee straight (a). Keeping your hips square and engaging your abs, sweep your right leg up and over to the left side, so you create a rainbow with your leg. Bring your right leg back to the starting position. This is one rep (b). Do 10-15 reps and then switch sides.

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This Look-Better-Naked Workout From Tracy Anderson Will Give You Serious Body Confidence

Look better in the buff! These all-over toning moves will help you love the skin you’re in.

The key to feeling amazing without a stitch on? Being comfortable in your frame. This slimming series does just that, upping your mind-body connection, getting you moving more dynamically, and fostering self-confidence (like all exercise!). Do 30 reps of each move in the series on one side, then repeat the sequence on the other side. Don’t forget your 30 to 60 minutes of cardio six times a week.

Tracy’s wearing: Aqua Classic Strappy Bralette ($18; bloomingdales.com), Ultracor leopard-print leggings ($185; bandier.com for similar), Nike Air Max Thea SE Metallic sneakers ($115; bloomingdales.com for similar).

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1. Step Coupé to Single-Leg Plank

Stand with right leg slightly in front of left. Bend knees, reaching left palm to floor, right hand resting on hip. Lift left foot, rotating leg slightly so inner lower leg is tucked behind right leg ( A). Step left foot back, followed by right, to come into a plank ( B). Lift right leg, opening it out on a diagonal ( C). Step feet back in and rise to return to “A.”

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 Tom Corbett

2. Wide Stretch to Jazz Split

Start in a standing straddle; lower torso, placing left forearm and right hand on floor (A). Keeping left forearm on floor, bend left knee to kneeling, coming onto left hip as you extend right leg straight out (B). Continue rolling over, carrying right leg to other side until right toes are touching floor. Place right hand down and lift hips, coming onto left toes as you extend left arm up (C). Sit down and roll back to start; repeat.

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 Tom Corbett

3. Sit Back Lift Extend

Start seated with knees bent and feet flat on floor. Bend right leg in front of you and left leg behind you. Walk hands forward and lower down, coming onto right forearm and left palm (A). Pressing into right forearm and left palm, lift up onto right knee as you extend and lift left leg out to the side; raise left arm straight up (B). Lower back to “A” and repeat.

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 Tom Corbett

4. Kneeling Swing-Around Arabesque

Start kneeling; lift left knee up so left leg forms the top part of a triangle, with left hand on waist and right arm extended on a diagonal toward knee (A). Lower to left knee, placing right forearm and left hand on floor as you extend right leg up and back (B). Return right knee to floor, then lift left knee to return to “A.”

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 Tom Corbett

5. Crossed Split Side Plank and Lift

Start in a plank with legs wide; swing left leg counterclockwise, rotating torso as you lift left arm up (A). Rotate back to wide plank and come down to left knee as you sweep right leg up so inner thigh is parallel to floor (B). Return to start and repeat.

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This Is the Secret to Robin Wright’s Super-Toned Arms

Want amazingly strong arms like Robin Wright? Try this exercise from trainer Grace Lazenby.

Whether she’s General Antiope in Wonder Woman, Claire Underwood in House of Cards, or Lt. Joshi in this month’s Blade Runner 2049, one thing remains true about Robin Wright, 51—her arms are freaking amazing! According to Rockin’ Model Workout creator Grace Lazenby, who has taught Wright in the past, one way to sculpt OMG arms is with Pilates Rowing. “You’re engaging your chest, core, back, triceps, and biceps,” says Lazenby. Do it three times a week to begin seeing results in two weeks.

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 Jess Levinson

Sit on your sit bones, glutes and core engaged, with legs and arms outstretched and a 2- to 3-pound weight in each hand (A). Extend and reach forward while rounding spine down; push and lengthen arms forward as though rowing, reaching weights toward toes (B). Exhale and lift from core up to a straight back, extending arms straight up (C). Lower arms to return to start. Repeat for 12 to 15 reps. Perform entire sequence 2 or 3 times.

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Tone Up With This Seven-Minute Full-Body Workout From Kayla Itsines

The fitness pro helps you strengthen your whole body with this quickie workout.

Personal trainer Kayla Itsines has over 7 million followers for a reason. Her workouts transform her clients’ and followers’ bodies (see her Instagram for before-and-after proof), yet they’re totally doable for people of all fitness levels. Itsines likes high-intensity interval training, and this workout above is no different. It will get your sweating in no time, and it hits all the major muscle groups.

This is a tough circuit you can do when you have minimal time. You can do it anywhere and continue longer than seven minutes if you feel up to it. All you need is a kettlebell or dumbbell, a small box, and an (optional) yoga mat.

Follow along here—or on the SWEAT app, which has more workouts by Kayla, yogi Sjana Elise, and trainer extraordinaire Kelsey Wells—and get ready to sweat!

RELATED: Get Your Heart Pumping With This 7-Minute Circuit From Kayla Itsines

First move: Weighted sumo squat 

Grab a kettlebell or dumbbell and hold it by the top with two hands. Start with your feet wider than your hips, and squat down with the kettlebell between your legs in front of you. Your knees should face outward. Repeat 12 reps.

Second move: Weighted bent leg jackknife

Grab a kettlebell or dumbbell. Lie on your mat (or the floor) with your arms stretched out behind you and the weight in your hands, your feet stretched out in front of you. Bend your knees into your chest while bringing the weight up to meet your knees, with your knees eventually going through your elbows. Then stretch back out again. Complete 12 times.

Third move: Incline pushup

Grab a sturdy box and place it at the end of your mat (or floor). With your hands on the box and your feet on the mat, lower into a pushup, your elbows going back behind you. Complete 12 reps.

Continue this circuit for seven minutes. This full-body workout will give you an immediate energy boost and help build strength over time.

Britney Spears Shares Another Intense Workout Routine—and Her Pump-Up Jam

This article originally appeared on People.com.

Britney Spears is always documenting her sweat sessions on social media, but a workout is nothing without the perfect playlist.

The pop star, 35, shared a montage of an outdoor arm workout combined with some exercises on a yoga mat in the gym to Instagram on Sunday. The video was set to JAY-Z‘s song “BBC,” which features a reference to Spears’ famous “Britney, bitch” lyric.

“When this song came out, I lost my mind like a little kid!!!” the singer captioned the post. “I fangirled and cried!!”

Spears donned a pink sport bra and purple shorts that showed off her toned abs before sporting a grey top for her indoor workout.

Spears is a documented fitness fanatic  who gives fans a peek into her intense gym sessions – and showes off the results on Instagram. It’s not rare to see her breaking for selfies mid-split to doing an impressive handstand in only a bikini top when browsing her social media feed.

The singer even includes her boyfriend Sam Asghari in her active lifestyle, sharing photos of them hiking for his 23rd birthday and of her standing on his shoulders in the pool.

Spears previously said having her sons — Sean, 11, and Jayden, 10 — changed her approach to exercise.

 “After I had Jayden, it was real easy for me to get back in shape,” she told Women’s Health. “But five years later, I started noticing changes in my body. My hips are a bit wider because I’ve had kids. So it was crucial for me to be continuous with my exercise. Consistency is key.”

“Daily exercise is important for me both mentally and physically,” Spears added. “I don’t mind working out. Trainers keep you motivated, but I don’t have a problem being motivated.”