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This #WorkoutWednesday Canadian food-and-fitness enthusiast Maddie Lymburner leads a full-body workout routine set to a couple of Shawn Mendes’ hit songs. Working out has never felt so much like dancing…


Lymburner’s workout requires no equipment other than a body able and willing to be in near continuous motion for the duration of the song. If at first you can’t execute the moves to the beat, try doing them halftime (one move every two beats, instead of one).

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What makes me feel and look my best everyday? ✨ 1. PLANTS – and lots of them. Especially green plants 🌱eating a plant based diet has completely changed my life and makes me feel SO good. I don't need to worry about the amount I'm consuming, I feel satisfied, I have great digestion (I didn't always!), and I wake up with a clean/fresh feeling body everyday! 2. MOVING MY BODY 🏃🏼‍♀️ I think a lot of people focus too much on their diet and forget that exercising and moving the body is JUST as important. Since consistently training 5-6 days per week for about 1-1.5 hours, I haven't felt (or looked 👀) better! Moving your body releases endorphins, and gets your lymphatic system pumping which is responsible for filtering out toxins and other waste material from your body 🤗Find movement that is ENJOYABLE for you, gets you sweating, and breathing heavy! 3. SLEEP 😴 sleep and resting is also VERY important! Sometimes we think our bodies are invincible, and that we should just keep pushing ourselves… but we need to allow the body to rest and recover! I get at least 8 hours sleep every night and make sure to take a nice full rest day 1-2 times per week 🤓 WHAT MAKES YOU FEEL YOUR BEST? ANY TIPS TO SHARE? Leave them down below 👇🏼👇🏼

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To fully unlock her inner Señorita, Lymburner complements her intense workouts with a plant based diet, days off and at least 8 hours sleep every night. Buenos noches!


If you want to vary your workout routine and still can’t get enough of Mendes’ music, try Lymburner’s workout choreographed to “If I Can’t Have You”.