This Killer Workout Torches Calories — About 500 in 45 Minutes

Get 30 Days to a Flat Belly: It’s time to break a sweat! This 45-minute workout from celebrity trainer Jeanette Jenkins, who trains Pink and …

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  1. That really kicked my ass but what an awesome workout! I was able to do 90% of the hard moves! Totally worth the little breaks I had to take just to finish! 😊👍🏻

  2. Omg the first 3 minutes in in was like oh my gosh I'm not going to make it well ill do 20 minutes alt least and ill be happy but I did the whole 45 oh man I'm sweaty lol where's the sweaty emoji

    I'm 17 right now and I weigh 137lbs. I was in your same situation (I've been overweight my whole life) when I was in 7th grade, trust me, I know it feels like the holiest shit falling into such a hard depression. I discovered the vegan diet transitioning into my 8th grade year and I was able to lose close to 40 pounds over the summer with veeery little exercise, and when I saw the results, I was hooked!!!!! Maintaining the vegan diet (strictly whole foods with a bit of wiggle room for some treats every now and then) was extremely difficult for me because of my ADHD, which controls my hunger impulses (that had led me to flip flop between eating disorders in previous years with starving myself and binging), and it made staying consistent with the diet a not so easy task. I fell so hard from the wagon at the end of my 8th grade year, and I allowed myself to become weak minded and I put myself in an unhealthy relationship (I had two unhealthy relationships, one in my 9th grade year that lasted 11 months, and another in my 10th grade year that lasted 1 year and 6 months) with not just another person, but with my own mind. I allowed myself to believe that I was incapable of climbing my way out of my own hell. Keep in mind that although I had a physical fitness class in my 9th grade year, I was in a relationship with a person that stopped me from mental growth, and I didn't learn anything that would help benefit me nor the people around me. I was able to lose the weight I gained over the summer transitioning from 8th grade in that gym class in 9th grade. I knew that I looked good on the outside, but my brain wasn't healthy at all. Forward to my 10th grade year; no gym class and another unhealthy relationship. Can you guess where I ended up?; back at square one, lost and confused. Again, I allowed myself to believe that I was not capable of moving past my insecurities and I reached the point of almost giving up. I gained more weight from when I was taking hormonal birth control and I could say that I reached my breaking point after gaining my weight back (my highest ever recorded was 178lbs, lowest ever recorded was 130, but my weight at that point was 160lbs) and I saw that I was 160lbs. Something in my head clicked around March of this year. I needed to take action immediately. I wanted to work out and to be able to run by myself without my jealous and iron handed boyfriend, but I couldn't. He was holding me back, but I ran in secret and I kept that motivation there with me and I have not dropped it since April 17, 2018. The only things that I have dropped are the 23 pounds (and still counting) that I let go from my body AND my MIND! It's not just your physical goals that should count towards your progress, you need to accept the fact that change is going to happen, and as these changes occur, you need to learn to adapt and learn from those said changes so that you can build a healthy, functional, logical, and sustainable mindset that not only helps you, but the people around you. Take the time every day to look at yourself and have a period of self reflection in which you ask yourself questions, develop rational steps to achieving solutions to your every day problems, so that you can start the next day with new goals set in mind with the belief that you CAN achieve ANYTHING when you ALLOW yourself to ACCEPT that POSITIVE CHANGE will happen as long as YOU put your own FAITH and TRUST within your own METHODS! Only then will you grow mentally and develop physically while gaining a sense of appreciation and gratitude for the life and freedom that you have been given. Use that freedom to the best of your ability to help not only you, but other people around you, and spread the knowledge and wisdom of having a healthy and positive outlook on life. Know that you CAN DO ANYTHIIIIIIING!!!!!!!!! Being capable does not mean you have to sacrifice your interests; work with yourself and consult yourself for your own advice before seeking a second opinion.
    In your kindest regards, Camryn, a budding change-maker for the world.

  4. I started this workout on December 2017 and after 5 months of workout I lost 17 lbs…. I did this workout 2-3 times a week and 1 day dance cardio of pop sugar.
    I would workout around noon and have lunch immediatly after my workouts as I would be super hungry.
    Thank you so much for this amazing channel pop sugar, it helped me out a lot.

  5. This is the best workout of hers on Popsugar. It is so great I always come back to this video after a million times of being sidetracked. lool