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Fitness Tips From Inspiring NYC Athletes

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    On Sundays, you can nearly always find us sitting on our sofa (or, okay, in our favorite gastropub) wearing our hometown team's football colors. But, we don't really care about Eli Manning's workout tips or favorite practice outfits (sorry, Eli). It just doesn't seem relevant. Instead, we turned to our own backyard and found five incredible female athletes who kick ass in NYC on the daily. We tapped these strong, inspiring movers and shakers (and weightlifters and boxers) to help us create a go-to guide for all kinds get-in-shape goodness.

    There are at-home ab-tightening tips, lessons on what to eat while training, and even the top songs to blast to while getting your heart rate up. Plus, as we're wont to do, we styled these gorgeous women in equally standout looks, relying on designer styles from Norma Kamali's new fitness line. As for those football players? It's safe to say these ladies could take them any day — in both a walk-off and an arm wrestling contest. Click through and Bring. It. On.

    Hair and Make Up by Azra Red. Styled by Willow Lindley.



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