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That time that Taylor Swift face-planted on a treadmill


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In the latest installment of “pop stars, they’re just like us,” Taylor Swift is all of us on the treadmill.

In a new Apple Music ad, which Swift tweets was “based on true events,” the pop princess gets locked and loaded on the ‘mill (in the cutest little crop top), starts rocking out a bit too hard to Drake and Future, and… well, it ends badly.

It’s great to see that the star has that whole making-treadmill-time-fun thing down. Just be careful out there!

Shake it off, Tay. Shake it off.

Maybe the right pair of shoes would’ve kept TS steady on her feet—here are Well+Good readers’ faves, along with some mindfulness tips for better running.

 

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