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Yoga studios are hot spots for celebrity sightings. But one celeb you won’t be sharing savasana with in your next class? Bella Hadid. Turns out, she prefers the kind of intensity even a peacock pose can’t deliver.

“I love to work out,” the model and Nike brand ambassador told E! News. “I train and I work out hard for two hours. I don’t like to do the whole yoga thing. I think yoga is calming and it’s amazing, but if I am going to go for it, I am going to go hard.”

But rest assured, this Insta it-girl isn’t waking up with her boxing gloves ready to go. “I wouldn’t say I get out of bed and I am like, ‘I am going to go work out!’ But when I get to the gym—rock and roll,” Hadid says.

You said it, Bella. And on days when staying in beats going out, workout-wise, here’s an intensity-boosting tip for you, Bella: #SquatYourDog. (Trust me.)

And have you tried vibrational therapy? The buzzy workouts are another way to get the most fitness awesomeness out of every minute you spend in the gym—or you could always try Scarlett Johansson’s go-to (quick) body burn.