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Rashida Jones has 2 secrets to help you find a workout you really love


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Rashida Jones not only knows her way around a covetable athleisure ensemble (cool-girl stylist Djuna Bel has dressed her), she also loves a good sweat sesh. And with 2018 on the horizon, you may be on the prowl for some fresh inspo to hit the gym or even a completely new mantra for getting healthy. Look no further than Jones’ two genius stay-fit secrets.

Her first rule? You can garner fitness inspiration from the most unlikely of places. Jones looks to the cast of So You Think You Can Dance. “Those dancers are ridiculously strong and amazing,” she told Health. “It makes me want to move my body (in a much less graceful way).” And the actress’s Instagram account proves she totally can dance—super gracefully, no less.

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And even though Jones maintains regular workouts with a trainer, she steps out of her comfort zone if she needs to get her rear in serious gear. (This is also a great idea if you find yourself in a workout rut.) “I just started taking salsa lessons, it’s my new favorite thing,” Jones told Marie Claire, and she mixes things up with Pilates, yoga, and spinning, as well.

So if you need some fresh inspo, look in an unlikely place or challenge yourself to something new, like a dance-cardio or even a pole-dancing class. You might just fall in love. 

Other celebs have some great wellness advice, too: Give Zac Posen’s soothing self-care ritual a try, or drift to sleep with the two bedtime essentials Erykah Badu uses nightly.