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Get ready to sweat every day with Tracy Anderson


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Big news! Today is the official launch of Well+Good’s (Re)New Year plan, a 5-week, expert-led program that isn’t focused on changing you. (Let’s be honest: You’re pretty great as you are.) Instead, it’s all about rebooting and reestablishing habits that will you help you have your happiest (and healthiest!) year yet.

First up? None other the dance cardio queen herself, Tracy Anderson. Every day for the next week, she’ll be here to preach what she practices: getting sweaty on the reg.

“It’s not about focusing on a number of calories or minutes,” Anderson explains. “It’s about moving your body and sweating every day because it helps form this amazing connection between your mind and your body—you’ll gain such a better understanding of your body and how it should feel.”

“It’s not about focusing on a number of calories or minutes. It’s about moving your body and sweating every day”

The trainer-to-the-stars will be sharing exclusively with Well+Good readers one new video each day this week to inspire you to get active. (Plus, she’ll be showing Well+Good readers what motivates her this Friday, January 6 when she takes over our Instagram.) All you’ll need? Some space in your apartment to get sweaty, a pair of light weights (five pounds or less), plus—if you’re up for the challenge—a pair of ankle weights.

Anderson suggests you start out small and increase resistance when you feel ready: “I need you to be patient with yourself and your body—don’t do anything that would hurt or injure you,” she says. “Jump into it, but just jump in by moving and flowing with it and don’t worry if it’s the absolute hardest level—you’ll only get better and better.”

So pull out your fave leggings and get ready to move—because 2017 is the year you make it your mission to sweat every single day, with the help of Tracy Anderson’s workout plan.

Ready to go? Scroll down to get started and keep checking back for new workouts all week! Show us how you’re celebrating the (re)new year with #iamwellandgood!

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Well+Good’s (Re)New Year is a 5-week, expert-led program that isn’t focused on changing you. (Let’s be honest: You’re pretty great as you are.) Instead, it’s all about rebooting and reestablishing habits that will help you have your happiest (and healthiest!) year yet.

Each week we’ll be focusing on a different theme with a different ultra-inspiring pro—from eating cleaner to getting empowered in the workplace. Don’t want to miss a single day? Sign up for our newsletter to get it delivered directly to your inbox, and follow us on Instagram for regular check-ins!

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