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The Cavinder Twins In Workout Gear Say "Mondays Are For Glutes"

“Slay bestie twinsies,” a fan commented.

Cavinder Twins Haley and Hanna are stoking plenty of interest in their upcoming 6-week fitness program—they clearly know they are the best advertisement for their brand! The 23-year-old former college basketball stars shared a video of themselves wearing a variety of different workout outfits, using heavy weights and resistance equipment to work on their lower bodies. "Mondays are 4 the GLUTESS. Make sure to join the waitlist in our bio for our 6 week program launching soon 🫶🏋️‍♀️💞" they captioned the post. "Slay bestie twinsies," a fan commented. Here's how the sisters eat, train, and live their best lives. 


Staying Grounded

The twins are careful to focus on the important things in life. "I think that in the space of social media, there's a lot of things that are temporary that can fill your cup and make you feel empty," Haley told GQ. "Those are all temporary things. I get stuck in it too! The lights, the following, the comparison. But I like to think of what keeps me grounded, fills my cup. And that's going on my walks in my morning, my devotional, fitness, getting my workouts in. That fills my cup."


Hot Girl Walks

The twins love walking as much as possible. "We love our hot girl walks, we love trying different locations,' Hanna said on social media. "This is kind of our time to just unwind, figure out what our plan is for the day, and enjoy the beautiful scenery of Florida."


Weight Training Gym Sessions

The twins do weight training workouts at the gym to achieve their strong, toned physiques. One recent study shows that women who strength train two to three times a week are likely to live longer.  "What surprised us the most was the fact that women who do muscle strengthening had a reduction in their cardiovascular mortality by 30%," study author Martha Gulati, director of preventive cardiology at Cedars Sinai in Los Angeles, tells NPR. "We don't have many things that reduce mortality in that way."


Breakfast Oats

Cavinder Twins/Instagram

The twins enjoy protein-packed oats and blueberries for a healthy breakfast. "Eating oatmeal regularly can have weight management benefits as a half-cup of rolled oats cooked in a cup of water has 165 calories, 4 grams of fiber and 6 grams of protein," Romi Londre, RDN, CD, tells the Mayo Clinic. "The fiber and protein content contribute to feeling full longer and a slower blood glucose release. Oats also are an excellent source of many vitamins and minerals, including magnesium, copper, thiamine and zinc."


Lots and Lots of Protein

The twins make sure to get plenty of protein every day to fuel their workouts. "Post-workout protein intake, along with adequate consumption of protein throughout the day, is important for repairing, building and maintaining lean muscle mass when used in combination with physical activity and when cutting calories while dieting," say the experts at Ace Fitness. "Research also shows that maintaining appropriate protein intake when cutting calories as part of a weight-loss diet preserves muscle mass rather than the body breaking down muscles for energy."

Ferozan Mast
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