Summer is just around the corner, so it's the perfect time to start getting serious about that New Year fitness resolution.
For those days when you just can't seem to find any motivation to hit the gym, we compiled some workout snaps of your favorite babes—from Ellen Adarna, Solenn Heussaff, Bela Padilla, Ina Raymundo, and more. These gals don't just show off their sweet AF figures on Instagram, but they'll also give you the push you need to reach your fitness goals.
Check it out! You'll find a mix of cardio, abs, and strength training below:
The fitness-obsessed actress works really hard to maintain her stunning physique. Her routine includes handstand exercises and boxing. Whoa!
With a body as amazing as Solenn's, it should not come as a surprise that the 31-year-old actress religiously hits the gym.
The My Dear Heart actress owes her insane bod to Muay Thai classes. P.S. When will you do another FHM cover, Bela?
Despite her busy schedule, the 26-year-old actress can still squeeze in a regular sweat session.
Lovi loves to post the exact routines she does at the gym on IG. She usually captions her snaps with awesome tips, too.
Looks like Yassi's New Year's resolution includes keeping herself fit. She recently posted short clips that'll make any man get up and move.
We crown Aubrey as the first Pinoy Queen of Workouts. As if it isn't obvious yet, her Instagram is filled with intense trainings. To get through a day in the gym, she reminds herself to "be mentally stronger than what you physically feel."
Talk about winning in the genetic lottery department. It seems like Isabelle no longer needs to visit the gym, but she still exercises whenever she can.
If Ina has time to appear on TV, attend to the needs of her five children, and still manage to workout, then there's no excuse for the rest of us.
Sunshine is a beast at the gym. No wonder she looks fly and amazing at 38.
These crazy battles are over 9000!
Plus, the Nike Hyper Court app is finally here
It's because she's really the cutest
Spoilers ahead—read at your own risk