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Get In Shape For Summer With This Trainer-Approved Cheat Sheet

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    Are you months overdue on starting that New Year’s workout regimen? Well, don’t freak out just yet. Sure, the new-year-new-you ship may have sailed, but it isn’t too late to bust your booty just in time for the fast-approaching beach days, outdoor soirées, and pool hangs—trust. The upcoming months are chock-full of festivities that require a lot fewer layers, so you’re going to need to update more than just your wardrobe. It really snuck up on us, no?

    So, to help get your physique looking fly, well, on the fly—we turned to celeb trainer and fitness connoisseur Stephanie Vitorino at Equinox. She’s offering up seriously easy-peasy moves to get the exercise ball rolling on our new rock-hard bod plan. Ready to get your heart rate going? Here are 16 workouts you can do right at home to get you in tip-top shape, stat. Plus, she’s thrown in a few healthy eating and living tips for good measure. So, basically, we worked out with a trainer so you don't have to. Ready, set, sweat.

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