Gone are the days when the A-list would keep their workout routines secret, having us believe they were born that way. Most celebrities have to work hard to achieve the lean, toned physiques we see on the red carpet—so it makes total sense that they would want to share their efforts on social media for all to see. And of course, many of them are put through their paces by personal trainers who are too busy, expensive, or far-flung (delete as applicable) for us to ever bag an appointment, making this voyeuristic approach the next best thing.
Keep scrolling to find out which fit celebs are worth following on Instagram for all your #fitspiration.
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Victoria Secret's model Izabel Goulart is so dedicated to fitness and inspiring her followers to work out that she has her own hashtag—#BodyByIza. Follow the Brazilian for next-level fitness ideas like this crazy TRX handstand.
Karlie Kloss is notoriously dedicated to her fitness, one of the reasons why Nike chose the model to front a campaign back in 2014. Kloss trains at ModelFit in NYC and is often sharing reformer Pilates moves or core exercises using Bosu and medicine balls on her account. Well, that body doesn't sculpt itself.
Alicia Rountree is a model and restauranteur who was born in Mauritius but is based in London (her Tartinery restaurants are in NYC). Cue plenty of images from her globe-trotting. If Alicia's account is anything to go by, she prefers working out in pairs whether it's with yoga teacher Caley Alyssa or Millie Mackintosh—well two is better than one, no?
The DJ and entrepreneur is so into fitness she launched a website called hbfit.com (hence the hashtag). Hannah is full of energy and channels that into pretty much every type of exercise you can think of—yoga, Pilates, boxing, indoor cycling and more.
The Adelaide-based personal trainer has a staggering 4.2 million followers on Instagram. The popularity of her 12-week Bikini Body Guides and the impressive results her fans (#kaylasarmy) share have catapulted her to global fitness fame. Follow her for daily #fitspiration.
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GB Olympian–turned–TV personality Louise Hazel is the founder of workout programme The Podium Effect. On her Instagram feed expect workout ideas, inspiring mantras and plenty of food ideas, none of which are faddy thanks to her Olympic background.
Jen Selter gained her fame on Instagram because of her impressive, erm, derriere—she has more than 8 million followers! She works at it and is happy to share all her butt-building moves online, plus she has pretty awesome abs too.
Unlike New York–based Karlie Kloss who trains at ModelFit, Gigi hits up Gotham Gym for full-on boxing sessions. Put it this way, we wouldn't want to face Hadid in the ring. She shares her sparring sessions on Instagram for all to see. Tempted to try a class? Here are seven things you should know before your first boxing session.
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