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Amanda Elise Lee in Two-Piece Workout Gear Shares Abs Workout

She also reveals her abs and glutes workout with her followers.

Amanda Elise Lee is doing a workout in "two of her favorite" Fashion Nova exercise sets. In a new social media post the fitness influencer flaunts her amazing figure in workout clothes. She also reveals her abs and glutes workout with her followers. Here's how she approaches wellness.


Working Out "Changed" Her Life

Amanda maintains that exercise completely transformed her life and body. "There's nothing wrong with being skinny, but I was really self-conscious about it — I didn't have my first boyfriend until I was 21," the influencer, who now works as a certified personal trainer and Pilates instructor, told Cosmopolitan. "Working out completely changed my life and confidence." 


Minimal Cardio

"I don't do a lot of cardio because it's the most time-consuming," says Amanda. She adds that she exercises 45 minutes four to five times a week, doing mostly strength training so she doesn't lose weight. "I'm obsessed with not losing weight. If I look at the scale and it goes up, I get excited I gained 2 pounds," she says.



Amanda makes sure to switch it up. "Variety is even more important that working out regularly," she says. "Try to change it up every time you work out: Instead of doing a regular squat, do it while standing on a BOSU ball, or do a walking lunge, elevated lunge with one leg on step, or a side lunge."


Engaging Muscles

Amanda stresses the importance of connecting your mind and body during workouts to engage the right muscles. "So many people go through the motions and don't see results because they don't connect the mind and the body to really feel the exercise," Amanda says. "You can't go through the motions — you really have to squeeze your butt and engage your abs to benefit."



Amanda is a big fan of TRX workouts. "Complete total body TRX 💪," she captioned a post. TRX workouts can be done at home or at the gym. They involve simple straps that can be connected to the ceiling or a door, and are great for doing a variety of strength training moves, using your bodyweight as resistance. 

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