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Gisele Bündchen and Tom Brady

Last year, Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen's crazy restrictive diet took the internet by storm. Turns out, the gorgeous pair also enjoys breaking a sweat and working out together from time to time. Seriously, these two are the picture of perfect health.

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10 Fit Celeb Couples Who Make Working Out Together a Priority

Gisele Bündchen and Tom Brady

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Last year, Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen's crazy restrictive diet took the internet by storm. Turns out, the gorgeous pair also enjoys breaking a sweat and working out together from time to time. Seriously, these two are the picture of perfect health.

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Elsa Pataky and Chris Hemsworth

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Being a mother-of-three, Elsa Pataky is known for her no excuses workout regiment that has awarded her an incredible toned and flawless figure. It also helps when your hubby is the Sexiest Man Alive and willing to lend a helping hand. Chris Hemsworth probably needed to channel his inner Thor to handle that kick.

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Behati Prinsloo and Adam Levine

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Model Behati Prinsloo has often credited her husband Adam Levine for helping to push her harder at the gym, even saying she gets runway-ready for the Victoria's Secret Fashion show by sweating it out with her hot workout buddy. There's no denying that these two are both couple and fitness #goals.

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Hannah Bronfman and Brendan Fallis

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Hannah Bronfman, founder of HBFit and her husband Brendan Fallis have been giving us #bodyenvy for years. In an interview with SHAPE a while back, Bronfman shared how working out with her then-fiance has done wonders for their relationship. "I definitely think that working out together has led us to have much stronger communication," she said. "It allows us to be open about where we are individually and how we can achieve our goals together, which I think is really awesome."

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Nikki Reed and Ian Somerhalder

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Along with their love for the environment, Ian Somerhalder and Nikki Reed enjoy getting outside and being active together. The couple also leads a genuinely wholesome life—something you might not expect from a high-profile celebrity couple.

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Jasmine Tookes and Tobias Sorensen

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Victoria's Secret Angel Jasmine Tookes and boyfriend Tobias Sorensen regularly hit the gym together. They took their workout to a whole other level when Sorensen decided to use Tookes as weight while bench pressing. "Bench Pressin' with @thesorensen #CouplesWorkout," Tookes captioned the video. "Couples that workout together stay together," Sorensen added.

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Kayla Itsines and Tobi Pearce

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It makes total sense that Instagram fitness queen Kayla Itsines is engaged to a man who is just as passionate about health and fitness as she is. The Beach Body Guide founder and fiancé Tobi Pearce don't mess around when it comes to putting their health above all else.

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Savannah James and LeBron James

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Couples who work out together, stay together—and no one proves that better than NBA champ LeBron James and his wife Savannah. The basketball player shared this picture of the duo during what looks like a grueling training session, showing just how much work they put in to earn their hot bods.

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Tammy Hembrow and Reece Hawkins

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Tammy Hembrow and her hubby Reece Hawkins are the epitome of fitness inspiration. When they're not too busy chasing around their little ones, they can be seen working up a sweat in the gym or outdoors. It's evident that a lot of teamwork goes behind their incredible bods that have all of Instagram in a total frenzy.

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Nicole Johnson and Michael Phelps

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Michael Phelps may be the most decorated Olympian of all time, but that doesn't make him immune to the torture that is barre. "Thanks @samiekacz for our morning sweat," his wife Nicole Johnson, captioned the shot of them. "Had fun watching @m_phelps00 get through @barre3." We'd love to get our hands on that footage.

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7 Stretches That Will Take Your Yoga Practice to the Next Level

Head to Knee Pose with Towel Modification

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  • Start in a seated position. Extend right leg long and place left foot inside right thigh.
  • Bend right knee to loop towel or anything you have (a t-shirt or yoga strap work equally well) around right foot, and then re-lengthen right leg.
  • Take a big inhale to lengthen spine, then use exhale to engage navel to spine, gently pulling on the towel, lean forward over right leg.
  • Keep spine as long as possible and relax torso toward thigh with each exhale.
  • Stay here for at least 5 to 10 deep breaths. Repeat with left leg long.

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Child's Pose with Side Opener

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  • Start in a kneeling position with knees slightly apart.
  • First, crawl hands forward, arms long and in front of you.
  • Allow torso to relax onto thighs, and forehead to rest on the ground.
  • Take a deep breath here to allow lower back to release.
  • Then, keeping hips rooted down, crawl arms long and over to the right, keeping shoulders away from ears.
  • The goal is to create as much space as you can in your side waist. Breathe here for at least 5 to 10 deep breaths.

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Modified Hip Opener

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  • Start seated. Bend knees and place both feet on the ground, hip-width apart with hands behind you.
  • Hands support you behind hips, fingers can face whichever way feels most comfortable for you.
  • Cross right ankle over left thigh, flexing right foot.
  • If there is space, inch hands closer to hips, keeping back long and not rounded.
  • Reach right knee away from body, and breathe here for 5 to 10 breaths before repeating on the other side.

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Low Lunge with Quad Opener

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  • Start in down dog. Round right knee toward your nose, and step right foot in between hands. Lower back knee down to the ground and un-tuck toes.
  • Crawl hands up onto right thigh, bringing spine upright with right knee aligned with the right foot and not beyond the toes. Rest right forearm or hand on right thigh for stability.
  • Bend left knee, reach left heel to the left thigh, and grab hold of left foot with left hand. If you have more space and feel steady, use right hand to place left foot in the left elbow before replacing right hand or forearm to right thigh.
  • Breathe here for 5 to 10 deep breaths before repeating on the other side.

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Forward Fold Variation

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  • Stand in mountain pose. Take a deep inhale to reach arms up overhead, framing face.
  • Use exhale to engage navel to spine and swan dive over legs with a flat back.
  • Grab hold of opposite elbows and hang, swaying side to side (if comfortable) to loosen lower back.
  • Press all four corners of both feet into the ground and lift your sits bones toward the ceiling. Relax head and neck, and for this variation, soften knees.
  • Breathe here for at 5 to 10 deep breaths.

Photo: Kevin Talbot @shotbysmooth

Wall Shoulder Opener

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  • Stand facing a wall. Place right forearm on the wall facing straight up (as pictured) with elbow at shoulder height and palm planted on the wall.
  • Keep body close to the wall and turn your body to the left as much as possible while keeping the forearm on the wall.
  • Breathe here for 5 to 10 deep breaths before slowly reversing and repeating on the other side.

Photo: Kevin Talbot @shotbysmooth

Wall Trap Release

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  • Stand facing a wall, at arm's distance away.
  • Plant palms on the wall at face height, shoulder-width or slightly wider apart.
  • Slowly walk away from the wall, drop torso, keeping palms connected, and relax head.
  • Breathe here for 5 to 10 deep breaths.

Photo: Kevin Talbot @shotbysmooth

Empowering Ways to Spend Inauguration Weekend

If you're unhappy with the outcome of the election, you might have a difficult weekend ahead of you. But the best way to handle it may actually be to lighten up a little. "This is a heady topic, but it can be helpful to do something that takes your mind off the issue and replace it with something upbeat, fun, different, or interesting," says Loretta LaRoche, stress expert, humor consultant, and author of Life Is Short—Wear Your Party Pants.

Wall Trap Release

  • Stand facing a wall, at arm's distance away.
  • Plant palms on the wall at face height, shoulder-width or slightly wider apart.
  • Slowly walk away from the wall, drop torso, keeping palms connected, and relax head.
  • Breathe here for 5 to 10 deep breaths.

Photo: Kevin Talbot @shotbysmooth