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Meagan Good in Two-Piece Workout Gear Shares Strength Training Workout

Here are all the details about her rigorous workout.

Meagan Good is breaking a sweat in her workout clothes. In a new social media post, the Harlem star shows off her incredible body in leggings and a sports bra as she executes a variety of strength and weight training exercises at the gym. "Oh hello 2024 …" she captioned the Instagram video. "Well let me get in the gym because sista body is tight and right!" commented one of her followers. "Superherooooooo," added singer JoJo. How does Meagan achieve her amazing figure? "I work with my trainer Augustina about four to five times a week for 45 minutes a day. We start out on the treadmill and then we do a lot of exercises using my own body weight. My favorite workouts are anything having to do with making my waistline trimmer and toned. My least favorite is any type of pushup!  Everybody wants lightning in a bottle, and while healthy things in a bottle do help, you have to do the work to get the results you really want," Meagan previously told Black Doctor about her approach to exercise. Celebwell has all the details about her  "very heavy core" workout. 


Reverse Cable Wood Chops

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According to Kendra Gamble, HIT Fitness Training, Huntingdon Valley, PA, NPTI Certified Personal Trainer and Nutritional Consultant, the first exercise in Meagan's routine is reverse cable wood chops. This is "excellent core exercise and works the obliques in rotation as well as the hips if done right, which she is," she explains. 


Chest Press with Legs Elevated

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Next up, Meagan does a chest press with legs elevated/floating, a "super challenging core exercise but again very excellent for the core," says Gamble. She does note that amateurs should probably skip this one, as it is better for "a little bit more advanced gym goers but also excellent for the chest as well."


Romanian Deadlift with Kettlebell

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The third exercise? An RDL, or Romanian deadlift with a kettlebell, "one of the most top exercises for working the hamstrings (back of legs) and glutes (butt)," says Gamble. "It looks like she is more hamstring biased because her knees are a little straighter."


Starfish Crunches

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Meagan also does starfish crunches, "another good core exercise," she says. This is a great ab workout that you can do at home without weights, she adds. 


Cable Crunches

Meagan also does a cable crunch variation. "Cable crunches work the actual abs muscles that are usually the ones visible to the eye with low body fat percentage," she explains. 

Leah Groth
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