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The Internet’s favorite trainer is teaching an online sweat session—and you’re invited

Tehrene Firman

Tehrene FirmanMay 12, 2020

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On my list of celebrity trainers I would love to take a class with, Simone De La Rue is way up there. She regularly works with the likes of Jennifer Garner, Reese Witherspoon, and Lea Michele, but the good news is it’s totally possible to get the star treatment from the comfort of your home.

If you’ve always wanted to attend an in-person workout with Simone De La Rue, you can sign up for her live upcoming class on Saturday, May 16 at 11 a.m. ET through Studio Sessions, Well+Good’s new series of weekly weekend workouts featuring the world’s best fitness instructors.

The live workouts are streamed straight into your home every Saturday, where the instructor leads you through a two-part workout. Half of the workout focuses on getting your heart pumping, and the other is a cool-down with restorative and mindful practices. Each Studio Sessions class is $12, with a percentage going to The National Council for Behavioral Health COVID-19 Relief Fund and the remaining proceeds supporting the instructor’s studio.

Until Saturday rolls around (who’s counting down the days!), you can try a 45-minute, full-body Simone De La Rue workout below.

Try this 45-minute workout with Simone De La Rue

What you’ll need: mat and resistance band

1. Warm-up and full-body

Start your workout with this 10-minute full-body warm-up and workout where you’ll be doing walkout to shoulder taps, mountain climbers, and more.

2. Legs and booty

Continue your workout with these moves that use a resistance band to target your legs, making your booty burn in all the right places.

3. Abs and back

Next comes your abs and back with seated resistance band rows, rolls ups and roll downs, and planks.

4. Arms

Last but not least, your arms. De La Rue’s series—which features bicep curls, tricep raises, and more—hits every muscle.

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